An extremely important basketball training secret may be passing you by…Imagine: superior speed, advanced agility, and incredible basketball skills could all be accomplished during one training session. Are you tired of being one step slower than the other basketball players on the court? Does your inability to change direction quickly keep you on the bench?  Do you have a hard time maintaining your balance while making basketball moves and going by a defender? Look no further! Elite Basketball Training’s Speed and Agility Drills and Skills is the solution to your problems!  Elite Basketball Training’s Speed and Agility Drills and Skills marks a revolution in speed and agility training for basketball.  Gone are the days where speed and agility for basketball players is performed in its own separate workout.  Throughout this video and book Elite Basketball Training provides you with speed and agility drills that will make you quicker and more agile while incorporating basketball skill development into each drill.  This ground-breaking concept makes these speed and agility drills even more specific to basketball.  So whether you are a player, parent, or a coach, you will find this way of training highly effective and extremely efficient and it will deliver incredible results on the basketball court.    Order Today to take your basketball training to a whole new level.  For only $24.99, you will receive a product that will help you: Change directions quicker with and without the basketball. Improve your basketball specific footwork. Maintain balance and speed while handling the basketball. Accelerate past your defender. Become a better defensive basketball player. Become the Explosive and Dynamic basketball player you have always dreamed of. Who is Elite Basketball Training? Elite Basketball Training, LLC is a basketball development company that is owned and operated by Rich Stoner.  Rich has been a highly successful basketball coach and trainer for over a decade.  Throughout this time he has coached and trained players of varying levels from seven year old beginners to high school, college, and professional athletes, thereby helping many basketball players achieve their goals.  Elite Basketball Training, LLC is far from your normal basketball training company.  Rich Stoner pushes the limits of basketball skill and athletic development by combining fundamental drills with new and innovative techniques.  This makes his workouts fun, challenging, and effective, and his players results speak for themselves.  What Makes Elite Basketball Training’s Speed and Agility Drills and Skills better than the rest? It’s simple…Innovation and Efficiency.  In Speed and Agility Drills and Skills I go to great lengths to combine basketball skill development with sports specific speed and agility training.  This has created a multi-tiered way of training that is not only ground-breaking, but will shorten your workout times while increasing your overall basketball skill and athleticism.  You will be blowing past your defenders in no time with Elite Basketball Training’s Speed and Agility Drills and Skills Here is what others are saying: Ever since my days as a pro player I knew that agility, speed and footwork were very important aspects of the game. Though I was never too agile or fast as a player, through rigorous self- training and hours of repetition, I have improved my footwork and became very good at positioning and moving around in an efficient way. Up until last year, when I first met Coach Rich Stoner, I have never seen such emphasis put on the very same principles that helped me succeed in basketball. The way Coach Stoner preaches footwork, agility, speed and balance and his attention to details, made me want to learn as much as I can from him in this field. Last week I gave a one hour agility and footwork clinic for high school kids in New York City. Inspired by Coach Stoner's very own drills and combined with a couple of drills I came up with (again, keeping in mind the guidelines and techniques I've learned by watching Coach Stoner work), I finished the clinic and received many praises by the players that participated (“Coach, this is the best clinic I've ever had!”) and the coaches who were present (“May I borrow your notes?”). I was also evaluated for an assistant coaching position at a local NCAA college team as their head coach was watching the clinic. At the end of the clinic I was hired. I believe in the fact that this method of coaching should be taught more, as players these days count on their athleticism and do not put too much work into improving an important aspect of their game that could be better if they work at it. Agility, quickness, footwork and balance are keys to success in my book. Thanks for stepping out of the box and teaching something new and important in a way that is rarely seen, I am now hired as an NCAA assistant coach. I have Coach Stoner to thank for that. Ido Singer Former Israeli professional basketball player Owner and operator of www.idobasketball.com From his first steps onto a playground in Middletown to his last steps off of the hardwood floor at CBA Dallas’ journey was not unlike that of most kids paved by a lot of coaching experiences.  Competitive basketball provided abundant learning opportunities at every level with coaches spanning a broad spectrum of enthusiasm, experience, competence, and effectiveness.  He learned from every single one of them.  I’d like to think Dallas tried to make the most out of every minute of practice, every word spoken in a huddle, and every chance to learn from a mistake.   But like every kid the message isn’t always delivered or received the way it we’d like it to and learning from travel, school, and AAU ball all have their biases.  Personally, I think the hours playing playground ball on hard pavement without coaches or referees were the richest experiences.  Camps were a great source of fun, rudimentary drills, and more open and informal competition but they were limited in terms of individual attention and provided a source for perpetuating bad habits.  Even as he got older and the camps seemed to be more specific and stratified he did not seem to thrive in spite of being put in the more advanced and exclusive groups.  Although I knew that some parents had found some success with individualized instruction I did not see enough improvement in their kids to convince me that it was for Dallas. I always thought that he could grow on his own through conventional channels.  It wasn’t until recently that I found out how wrong I was. It was most fortuitous to discover Elite Basketball Training.  For Dallas it was nothing short of life-altering.  Rich Stoner has shown and continues to prove that sport-specific personal training is by far the most powerful method of development for our young student-athletes.  Amazing is the only way I can describe how much could be accomplished in such a short span of time.  The strength and agility program produced dramatic results.  Not only did we see changes that you could see in a mirror we were able to see changes on the court.  Dallas’ reactions and movements were considerably more explosive.  His improved leaping ability one year after knee surgery is only eclipsed by the improved balance and strength that makes the other player bounce off of him.  Rich and Dallas managed to take on strength & conditioning with basketball training concurrently.  This appears to be the most effective approach.  After passing him over at his freshman tryout the coaches at his school could not overlook his improvement in speed and strength. A D3 coach who had made an offer to Dallas before his senior year at CBA went out of his way to commend him when he caught up with him working out at a D1 practice.  Whenever anyone who knew Dallas in high school sees him today he does not hesitate to give Elite Basketball Training the lion’s share of the credit. I often think about how differently things could have gone for Dallas had we found Rich Stoner even 2-3 years sooner.  I cannot overstate his impact on the course of my son’s basketball life.    Dr. Paul P. Ouano Still Not Convinced? Here are some product features that stand out: Clearly diagrammed drills with detailed written explanations. Written information on how and why to train this way. Multiple camera angles.  Crisp clear audio. Multiple levels of difficulty. Unique basketball specific, speed and agility drills. The Elite Basketball Training Speed and Agility Drills and Skills video and e-book can be yours for a fraction of what it would cost you to hire a speed and agility coach and basketball skills trainer. So why not save the money? Purchase a product that will help you become the basketball player that you have always dreamed about. Testimonials Ever since my days as a pro player I knew that agility, speed and footwork were very important aspects of the game. Though I was never too agile or fast as a player, through rigorous self training and hours of repetition I have improved my footwork and became very good at  positioning and moving around in an efficient way. Up until last year, when I first met coach Rich Stoner, I have never seen such emphasis put on the very same principles that helped me  succeed in basketball. The way coach Stoner preaches footwork, agility, speed and balance and his attention to details, made me want to  learn as much as I can from him in this field. Last week I gave a one hour agility and footwork clinic for high school kids in NYC. Inspired by coach Stoner's very own drills and combined with a couple  of drills I came up with (Again, keeping in mind the guidelines and techniques I've learned by watching coach Stoner work), I finished the clinic and received many praises by the players that participated (Coach, this is the best clinic I've ever had!) and the coaches  who were present (May I borrow your notes...?). I was also evaluated for an assistant coaching position at a local NCAA college team, as  their head coach was watching the clinic. At the end of the clinic I was hired. I believe in the fact that this method of coaching should be taught more, as players these days count on their athleticism and don't put in too much work into improving an important aspect of their game that could be better if they work at it. Agility, quickness, footwork and balance  are keys to success in my book. Thanks to stepping out of the box and teaching something new and important in a way that is rarely seen, I am now hired as an NCAA  assistant coach. I have coach Stoner to thank for that. Order the Video and E-book Today!   For a limited time $59.99 $24.99  * Upon completion of payment please click on the phrase "Return to Elite Basketball Training" for product download instructions. See you on the court, Rich Stoner Elite Basketball Training, LLC www.richstoner.com rstoner42@gmail.com Contact Form
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