"Don't worry about how you play, just have fun." Parents cheer on kids with that advice all the time, but Kierre Jordan, the skill-development trainer at All Or Nothing Basketball LLC, will not. His basketball-training sessions are age and skill-level appropriate, but they're designed to push players beyond their limits and propel them to a professional level of athleticism. That's why he only invites serious players to sessions, including NBA players and other professionals. But that doesn't mean Kierre ignores the needs of beginners or banishes fun from the gym. He also meets novices where they're at with basics, such as dribbling and passing, and encourages them to attend group sessions where they can play among friends.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
This camp is a fun time for young basketball players to learn and play the game of basketball.
What is the experience customers can expect?
Campers will get great instructions from highly notable players, and coaches.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
This a camp that is ran as a fundraise to support the New Manchester High School Basketball Programs.
What do you love most about your job?
The coaches and instructors really have the passion for the game of basketball, and would like to teach to the next generation of players.
Coach John "Q" McQueen scored 1,524 points during his collegiate career at Cabrini College, good for second most in school history. His all-around skill set was impressive, showcasing fundamentals to dominate opponents and score at ease. After that, John played and coached hoops in Europe, scouted for a cartoon Martian team, and later wrote a motivational book titled "Living Proof." Today, coach John runs Drillz and Skillz Hoopz, a youth basketball camp and clinic where youngsters learn the fundamentals of the game in addition to learning about character and ethics.
The basketball coaches behind HoopKidz and HoopElite Basketball have put up numbers too big to fit on most scoreboards. Since starting more than 15 years ago, their camps, group lessons, and private training programs have graduated more than 16,000 players. The secret to this success: a structured program that teaches basic to advanced basketball skills and imparts the concepts of sportsmanship and teamwork to players 3–13 years old.
Sports A Rama East Cobb’s multisport facility encompasses 30,000 square feet of batting and pitching cages, a 3,000 square foot indoor turf field, and a half-court basketball gym. Athletes can train with the facility’s coaches to fine-tune sport-specific skills in baseball, basketball, football, softball, and lacrosse, or focus on all-around speed, strength, and endurance for improved cow-tipping techniques.
Two large party rooms, an inflatable moonwalk, and an arcade create a welcoming, family-friendly environment for birthday parties or youth athletic teams.
When you are on the hunt for something fun to do this weekend, head to Camp Village in College Park.
A MMA class is a great way to let your anger out and learn the basics of fighting and self-defense.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So as you can see, Camp Village is the place to be this weekend.