Indianapolis, IN, August 08, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- HoopClinics is a new partnership between Perfect Practice and the Coaching Toolbox with the mission of providing basketball coaches with a contextual, focused, and detailed presentation of information and materials that can be put to use effectively and immediately at all levels of basketball coaching. The information will be released and delivered online through a series of basketball coaching clinics.
The goal of the partnership is to provide basketball coaches with a system and a way to teach that system as opposed to gathering various disconnected pieces of information from various sources.
The first Clinic in the HoopClinics series will be launched on September 1. The components of the clinic will be as follows:
A choice between flex offense or five out motion
Pack Line Defense
Developing a program identity
How to implement all of these ideas in practice
The program will be delivered in multiple formats including audio, video, podcasts, narrated and animated video screencast demonstration, and e-books. The clinic will also be available as a bound paper book packaged with CDs and DVDs. In addition to philosophies, youth basketball drills, and practice implementation ides, a notable feature of the program is that it will include an interview with a college coach.
Basketball coaching tools, samples of the clinic products, other free coaching ideas and more information about the first clinic are available by going to:
www.hoopclinics.com or www.hoopclinics.com/blog
Hoop clinics is a collaborative project between Perfect Practice and The Coaching Toolbox to provide basketball coaches of every level with focused resources and practical application strategies for immediate implementation of the ideas through online multimedia basketball coaching clinics. Josh Stinson at Perfect Practice and Brian Williams from The Coaching Toolbox have over 30 combined years of coaching experience at various levels of basketball, including serving as high school head coaches.
For more information about the coaches or their websites, please e-mail email@example.com or call 765-366-9673.