Our Summer Camps may be on hold ….but our training isn’t!
We’re still holding out hope for the possibility of a late summer camp or two, and in the meantime, we’re hitting the court with training!
That’s right — training is back at the Dulles Sportsplex!
We’re so excited to offer training for those of you who just can’t wait to get back on the court now! This time spent with Coach Ken will be focused on just what you need. We’ve got training packages for everyone — designed to fit every schedule and budget. Let’s get out there and sharpen up those individual skills and make you a better player all around!
We’re making the following adjustments to ensure best health and recommended guidelines and regulations:
Balls will be sanitized before each session
Each student will work with the same ball throughout the session
Students will work separately within each group
Small group sizes – 12 max (6 on each court)
Students will maintain 6 ft distances
Workouts will be designed to maintain spacing
Don’t miss out — make sure you register now as space is limited due to COVID-19 changes. See you on the court!
We love it when our players rise above all the rest – and Hoops’ alum, Brandon Kamga has done just that!
Brandon played college basketball for High Point University in High Point, North Carolina. He had amazing success there throughout his four years and ended as a top 50 rated grad transfer. Brandon’s achievements and “career-high’s” are too many to mention here, but check out his story.
We met Brandon several years ago when he was playing for South Lakes High School in Reston. He has been training with Hoops since he was in 7th grade and played on our developmental teams. Brandon remains “very appreciative” of Hoops the Right Way and gives back during his off seasons by helping us with camps, coaching, and mentoring. He often checks in on students and send them encouraging words regarding the importance of being consistent.
There’s no limit for Brandon and we’re cheering him on — all the way!
Still looking for something fun to do together while we’re waiting for “normal” to come back?
Check out this great family movie from the 90’s – it’s an oldie but a goodie! This movie is packed with fun practice ideas, determination, great values, mad passing skills, big dreams and of course lots of hoops action, as the story of one of basketball’s all-time greats is told!
Plan a movie night, get your family together, make some popcorn and enjoy this movie together.
Need some inspiration about now? How about this amazing story of Christ Wright! Chris is the first NBA player with multiple sclerosis.
Chris grew up in Bowie, Maryland and played high school basketball at St. John’s High School in D.C. After high school, Chris went on to play ball for Georgetown University, where he continued to excel, becoming one of the top 20 Big East players in just about every basketball stat.
Right after college, while practicing with his team, Chris noticed something was wrong. After many twists and turns, he was finally diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Chris has an incredible story – filled with hope and determination.