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PSB Podcast “Overseas Basketball Stories” – De’Mon Brooks

 

In this episode of the PSB Podcast, PSB Co-founder Brendan Winters sits down with former Davidson College Wildcat stand out, and current overseas professional basketball player, De’Mon Brooks. Brendan and De’Mon discuss DeMon’s career and all of the ups and downs that come with playing overseas basketball.

Brooks had an incredible run in his time at Davidson College (2010-11 through 2014-15) that included a conference championship and a tournament MVP. He was also named a freshman All-American and Southern Conference Player of the Year.

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4 Tips on How to Learn from Losing

4 Tips on How To Learn from Losing

4 Tips on How to Learn from Losing Losing is part of the competition. If you play any sport long enough, then you will eventually experience the adversity of being defeated. Whether it be an occasional game or going through an entire season and losing more (sometimes many more!) games than you win. Failure, at some point, is inevitable and unavoidable. Certainly, no one sets out to lose a game. Coaches, players, and parents should begin to view their team’s struggles in a different light.  Losing, however, is a necessary ingredient to ultimate success.

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10 Best Youth Basketball Strength Drills

Pro Skills Basketball has put together the 10 Best Youth Basketball Strength Drills.

In July, ESPN released an article written by Baxter Holmes titled “‘These kids are ticking time bombs’: The threat of youth basketball”. However, In the light of this article, Pro Skills Basketball has decided to take even more action.

We are also 1 of 15 flagship members of the Jr. NBA, which has created its own Youth Basketball Guidelines that we implement into our organization already.

Our new Pro Skills Basketball strength program is being implemented into our AAU Basketball Team workouts that focus on Strength, Agility, Movement Mechanics, and Movement Education.

It is our goal as an organization to provide our youth players with the information and tools to learn how to move with proper mechanics in an attempt to prevent future injuries. This program also focuses on strengthening their bodies to prepare for the load of AAU, school, or rec basketball.

Our Strength Program consists of what we believe to be the 10 Best Youth Basketball Strength Drills.

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adolescent sports injuries

10 Ways to Prevent Youth Sports Injuries

Physical activity plays a significant role in improving a child’s well-being and promoting a balanced development with long-term benefits. In recent years, there has been a substantial increase in the number of children and adolescents participating in sports. 

Most recent data from the CDC estimates approximately 30 million children and adolescents are involved in sports. Unfortunately, a consequence of the increased popularity of sports are the injuries which come along with it due to the competitive nature encouraging children to train harder and longer

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PSB Podcast “‘The Threat of Youth Basketball’”? – Alan Tyson

In this episode of the PSB Podcast, PSB Co-founder Logan Kosmalski talks with President of Architech Sports and Physical Therapy, Alan Tyson. Listen as Logan and Alan discuss the recent article written by ESPN Senior Writer Baxter Holmes titled ‘These kids are ticking time bombs: The threat of youth basketball”.

In his ESPN article, Holmes writes, “What we’re seeing is rash of injuries among young players”.

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