Basketball requires a variety of skills. As a result, training for basketball can be both fun and challenging. There are many different ways to get better, but some of the most popular methods include joining school holiday camps, undergoing private coaching, and simply starting to play more team sports. Team games provide an opportunity to learn teamwork and communication, while school holiday camps offer a chance to focus on specific skills and strategies. Private lessons at a basketball club can be tailored to the individual needs of each player, making it a great option for those who want to take their game to the next level.
Basketball Training for 12-year-olds
At this age, basketball players are still developing their coordination, so it is crucial to provide exercises that challenge them. Our training program includes exercises and activities that help to build muscle memory and improve accuracy. In addition, coaching is an integral part of basketball skills training for 12-year-olds. A good coach will break down the game and help players understand the strategies. The coach will also provide feedback on technique and offer advice on how to improve. Providing routine exercises and feedback-based coaching can help players learn what they need to compete at a higher level.
Valuable Lessons Can Be Applied Outside of Game Time
Non-Competitive program – Excellent for children to ease into.
Tailors to different skill level’s by adopting a progressive learning approach, whereby a skill is broken down to enhance the learning process.
Classes are run in a safe and fun environment easy for your child to be comfortable in.
Our coaches are professional and accredited and will inspire, encourage and motivate your child to do there best.
Teaches listening and improves attention skills which is critical for the 3.5-5 age group.
Basketball is a popular sport for people of all age groups, and it can be a great way to stay active and improve skill levels. However, basketball also has many applications to other sports, as well as real life. For example, the discipline and focus required to improve skill levels can benefit other areas of life, such as school or work.
Also, the ability to work well under pressure and perform in real game situations can be helpful in various settings, such as job interviews or important presentations. Whether boys and girls are playing hoops outside of the court or seriously working on their play, the right basketball program in the right club or academy with experienced coaches can positively impact their life.
“Great sport for my little four year old. He really enjoys it and he loves the matches at the end of the session. Thanks for keeping our little ones active.”
Our Mini Boomer program improves:
Dribbling practice improves hand-eye coordination of both dominant and non-dominate hand
Gross Motor Skills
Such as jumping and running while dribbling a basketball
Through problem solving activities
By improving precision of body coordination especially when changing direction
Both on the court as well as in school
By socializing and interacting with team mates of the same age