YOUTH BASKETBALL TRAINING FOR AGES 6-9
Steph, LeBron, Durant, or any of the basketball greats all had to start somewhere. The problem is most players don't get introduced to the game the right way and develop bad habits. As excited as your child is to step on the court, a basic understanding of how to shoot, dribble, defend, and pass is important. Our experienced coaching staff works hard to teach your child the fundamentals and transform your athlete's skillset in a fun, safe and energetic environment.
AGE GROUP: 6-9 years
SKILL LEVEL: Beginners (Rookies)
SEASON: November 6th - February 17th
Monday & Thursday | 4pm - 5:30pm
Saturday | 9:00 - 10:30am
MONDAY & THURSDAY = SportsHouse...
3151 Edison Way, Redwood City, CA 94063
SATURDAY = East Palo Alto Academy...
1050 Myrtle St, East Palo Alto, CA 94303
HOW OUR COACHES BRING YOUR ATHLETE RESULTS
Our coaching staff is a collection of patient energetic teachers that have played at the collegiate level. What does it mean to be a patient energetic teacher?
These years (ages 6-9) are formative. To be effective we have to be empathetic coaches. Empathetic towards each athlete's skill level and development. Not everyone learns how to do a crossover in the first 10 minutes, but with patience and energy they can get there by the end of the session. It's about having fun and getting better and providing a positive, safe, and encouraging environment.
ABOUT THE CURRICULUM
Neo Prep creates a fun low stakes energetic environment that attracts the attention of young players and encourages them to try new things and to get out of their comfort zone while on the court.
Our curriculum challenges players to try new things and get out of their comfort zone while on the court. Every week we focus on the core fundamentals (shooting, dribbling, rebounding, and defense). The core of every curriculum is to instill a strong mind, body and skillset needed to become a top-level basketball player.
At the end of every Neo Prep workout session, players will play with teams in a low stakes environment to apply the skills learned during the skills sessions. These games also teach our young athletes how to play with others and build camaraderie and friendships.