Thursday, November 30, 2006

Just Patosha

For those that truly know me, they know that I have a passion for helping young ladies achieve greatness when it comes to basketball. I have been addicted to this game for as long as I can remember. I remember when I would get up early Saturday morning and go get my hair done. Then by the afternoon I'm on the court sweating my hair out. Playing at noon in 90 degree heat was nothing.

In junior high and high school, I achieved greatness as an individual. I was MVP 6 years in a row. Lead the teams in scoring, steals and assists. Yet when I got to college, I wasn't the STAR anymore. You see all the extra work I did during those days helped me dominate in junior high and high school. I would shoot free throws, jump shots, and 3 pointers for hours. I would work on my cross over relentlessly. BUT, that wasn't enough for the collegiate level.

That's were my passion comes in to help others. See when I got to college, I wasn't prepared. I couldn't make a left hand layup.---I learned that first week of practice.--- I didn't know what triple threat was. What stepping with the inside foot meant. Or what strength conditioning was. If I would of known someone with that knowlege and they would of taught it to me, my college career would of been quite different as an individual.

However, I know those things now and more.. And I am available to teach it to others who are hungry and passionate about improving their performance and knowledge of the game.


Hooping in Memphis,


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Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Extra Effort Wins

Over the weekend, I traveled to Ole Miss to watch my cousin, Alliesha Easley, play . By the second game of the season, she cracked the starting lineup, which is unheard of for a freshman in the SEC conference. You have to be a special player to crack the starting lineup as a freshman. And believe me, she is! Within the last two games, she has had a 24 and 13 point game. She plays under composure and with ease.

Now what makes her so special? How is she accomplishing these things so early in her career? First of all, it helped that Alliesha came from a high school program that had a practice routine comparable to college programs.

By the way, check back to find out who has the only summer basketball program that has a practice routine comparable to top college programs.

However, it is what she did away from the team that puts her at the top. Whenever she was not at school practicing, she was at home practicing or at a gym working out. No matter what day it was, she would be in a gym. And it is paying off now.

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Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Hello and Welcome to the Girls Basketball Trainer blog!!!

Hello and Welcome to the Girls Basketball Trainer blog. Save this page as it will be updated regularly.

Here you will find incredible information on increasing your skills and knowledge as a basketball player.