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How to Shoot a Basketball with Perfect Form featuring Professional Shooting Coach Mike Dunn

Trainer and Professional Shooting Coach Mike Dunn joins us to talk about his transition to the training world and how he was able to make the leap. He developed an almost perfect shot at a young age and passes those lessons on to all his athletes, young and old. Take out your notebook as you listen to him describe the perfect shooting technique and how to improve your free throw percentage. He also touches on some of his plans for this summer.

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Strength Training for Youth Athletes & How Young Is Too Young to Lift with Micah Kurtz

Micah Kurtz is the current Assistant A.D. at Windermere Prep in Orlando, FL and a Strength & Conditioning Consultant for Oak Hill Academy. He was the NSCA National Strength Coach of the Year in 2016 and was named a Top 40 Coach Under 40 by the National High School Athletic Coaches Association in 2018. He excels in developing strength & conditioning programs for athletes of all sports and making sure they stay safe while training. He talks to us about his experience being a lifelong learner, about what age is the right age to start strength training, and the best way to build a program with your own team.

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Basketball Training with Professional Players and Developing the Right Work Ethic with Marcus Hodges

Marcus Hodges joins the HustleWithUs podcast to talk about his training tactics and how he encourages his players to stay on the grind. Marcus works with players of all ages, from youth athletes to high school and college players and also some well-known professional players. He shares some of his favorite drills and exercises with us while. He also touches on his specialties as a trainer and provides insights on how he has been able to build such a loyal following on social media.

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How to Master Fundamentals to Achieve Greatness with Jefferson Mason

Jefferson Mason tells us about his experience playing professionally and his work now as a skills development trainer and an ambassador for Dr. Dish Basketball. After a college career that took him to the national championship game, a professional career that led him to several international leagues, Jefferson started training players at all levels, from youth to professional and most recently joined Dr. Dish Basketball. Jefferson talks to us about what's in store for the future of technology and sports training.

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How to Build a Shooter's Mindset with Skyler Halford

Coach and Trainer Skyler Halford joins us to talk about his experience playing college ball and how that translated into this part of his career as a coach and trainer. He touches on his favorite drills, workouts, and how he helps his players gain confidence in their shot. He also tells us about his approach to training different types of players, from youth athletes to professionals.

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How to Walk On to a Division 1 Basketball Team with John Willkom, Author of Walk-On Warrior: Drive, Discipline, and the Will to Win

When I was a kid, like many of you, I dreamed about playing college basketball. But not just any college basketball, I wanted to play for Marquette. My dad had been a student there during their one and only national championship in 1977, and needless to say, if Marquette was playing on tv, my family was tuned in. I grew up watching guys like Anthony Pieper and Chris Crawford, and while I admired what they could do on the basketball court, I really wanted to know what they did to get to that level. What did their workouts look like; what were they doing that I wasn’t?

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