Jeremy Russotti’s Trainer Certification Program
I grew up in the 90's when the NBA allowed fouls and tough defense. I've had the pleasure of working with a great team at ballislife for over a decade. We carved out a new category in the sports world from scratch and by the way MJ is the best of all time. LeBron James is the best of his era, enough with the comparison.
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Where: The Orleans Hotel & City Athletic Club – Las Vegas, NV
When: July 16-18
Cost: $750 if you register by July 9, $850 if you register after July 9 (only 50 spots available)
Guest Speakers/Instructors Include: Jim Cleamons(LA Lakers), Ben Howland (UCLA), Russel Turner (GS Warriors, UCI)
Register Here: http://www.1percentclub.org/Certification.htm
A basketball player’s skill level is the foundation of their entire game and for their teams success. If a player (or program) can improve their ball-handling, shooting, passing, triple threat, dribble attack, offensive footwork/defensive footwork, movement without the ball, then the total success of that program will increase. Contrary, if you are a persona skills trainer, you know how vital a progressive curriculum is to not only achieving results with clients, but also to keep recurring business and increasing profits.
If you work with Junior High, High School, College or professional basketball players (male or female) – Jeremy Russotti will provide you with the edge over your competition. This exclusvie 3-day course will be an unparalleled learning experience, opening your eyes to what elite skill training can do for your team/clients. Furthermore, this course allows you to implement knowledge gained immediately to start a successful training camp or business.
Jeremy Russotti founded 1% club in 2003 when he was a then head coach at Casa Grande High School in Petaluma, Ca. Within his team he developed a close bond and relationship with two of his star players – Angelo Tsagarakis (Oregon State) and Josh Akognon (Washington State/CSUF). Because of their endless hours of training, and the belief that only a small population trained at their level, they jokingly labeled themselves with the 1% club moniker.
Most impressive was Josh Akognon, who went from never playing organized basketball until his freshman year of high school, to the 4th leading scorer in the state of California (30.1ppg) by the end of his senior year. Josh’s accolades include being a member of the Nigerian National Championship team; being named as FIBA world championship top 20 up and coming players, elected most “underrated player in the PAC-10” by sports illustrated, voted PAC-10 player of the week for his 25 point second have scoring outburst vs National Champion runner up UCLA.