Wednesday, January 16, 2013

10 New Year’s Resolutions for Girls Basketball Players

Recently, I shared a checklist to help see if you were on track for academic eligibility to a NCAA Div. I or II school.  You can access it here.

I found the following task list  on the NCSA Athletic Recruiting Blog. It refers to other areas that can affect recruitment. I’ve changed it up a little and even added 2 more items in relation to being a women’s college basketball prospect.

During January, people talk about setting New Year’s Resolutions. They normally refer to things to do or change throughout the year.

My challenge to you – Is to do these tasks over the next 30 days.

1. Develop a new skill
What aspect of your game could you improve on by becoming a more versatile player? One example that is especially useful for basketball players is to develop the ability to use your left and right hands.

2. Choose one stat/measurable to improve
By focusing on one statistic (ex. free throw percentage or assists per game), you have a better chance of making a big, impactful change versus focusing on too many things at once and only improving by an insignificant amount.

You can find the complete list of 10 at Girls Basketball Recruiting

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