I AM SPORTS was created to give players one central location to learn the skills to take them to the next level. Have you ever noticed the same trainers on YouTube posting hundreds even thousands of videos just to get viewers? In my opinion it makes it very hard to learn the skills needed to get better. With thousands of videos online and just as many trainers, we've compiled the best of the best in an organized easy learn layout. Working on your game has never been easier. With I AM SPORTS you can BE THE GAME!
How to Use I AM SPORTS
With so many videos online it's become difficult to find a way to develop a workout routine that will get a player better. Heck, we have NBA, Euro and NCAA players on staff looking for drills and we have a hard time. So much fluf and not enough teaching. So how do you use this site?
Self Evaluate (Strengths and weaknesses) Be honest, what are your strengths and your weaknesses? Read the document via the link below and work on 3 or your weaknesses and 3 of your strengths. For instance if you are a solid shooter you should work on your range or getting your shot off quicker to get more shots up. If you lack the ability to get your shot off you should focus on 1 move and perfect that move before you move on. For instance the Step Back Move if perfected can get you a shot 9-10 times. Self Evaluation Article
Pick 6 Pick 6 drills you want to get better at. Start with the basics, the #1 videos of each category and perfect the basic function of that drill before moving forward to the #2-#4 videos. Don't move too fast. focus on that drill for 4 weeks. Some moves will take you longer and some you can perfect sooner. Write down what you are focusing on and keep track of what drills you worked on for how long and on what days.
Work Your Way from #1 to #4 Don't start with the end. The keys to each drill is mastering the basics which is the footwork, stance and the shifting of weight in most cases. Start without a ball until you get to the stage where you feel more than comfortable doing the move. Film yourself and see how it looks on tape and get feedback from others around you.