Premier Hoops currently provides basketball skill development and endurance/strength building programs for youth athletes all over Massachusetts! The mission of Premier Hoops is to train and nurture youth basketball players through conditioning and developing skills, while instilling the importance of setting goals, working hard, and being a good citizen.
Premier Hoops is the #1 Basketball Skills Training Program in New England!
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We carry basketball teams and offer basketball training and camps for all ages.
Basketball teams, camps, clinics, and lessons!
Premier Hoops was founded in 2010.
The mission of Premier Hoops is to train and nurture youth basketball players through conditioning and developing skills, while instilling the importance of setting goals, working hard, and being a good citizen.
Premier Hoops currently offers the following services:
- Private Lessons
- Small Group Lessons
- Year-round training program for all ages
- State basketball teams
- Consulting services: Free clinics, coach’s clinics, college recruiting and admission process
North Shore Region– with training facilities in Marblehead – Peabody- Danvers. Kids come to train from cities such as Lynn, Swampscott, Peabody, Saugus, Marblehead, Danvers, Nahant, Beverly, Manchester, Essex, Gloucester, and more.
South Shore Region – with practices locations in Cambridge, MA and Roxbury, MA. Many athletes are coming from these cities to train: Belmont, Lexington, Somerville, Arlington, Medford, Malden, Cambridge, Newton, Roxbury, Roslindale, Jamaica Plain, Brookline, Hyde Park, Milton, Quincy, Boston, Dorchester and more.
Southern NH Region -with practice location in Methuen, MA and Billerica, MA. Thee places cater to players from Salem, Pelham, Methuen, Haverhill, Lawrence, Dracut, Andover, Reading, North Reading, Wilmington, North Andover and more.
Are you ready to work hard and play harder?
Our skill development program is unlike any other program in New England.
Over the course of the year, players, coaches and parents are able to track progress through MyPremierHoops.
Players get points for attending workouts and can see how they measure up to other players on the Leader board. They can also track their goals, connect with other players, and see drills we cover at practice.
Our coaches come from a diverse background. We have coaches who have played at the D1 and Professional level. We also have coaches who coached at the D1, D2 and D3 level. 90% of our coaches have both player varsity basketball in high school and then played at the college level. A handful of our coaches are currently coaching at the high school and youth level.
Combining these coaches and our award winning skills training program produces incredible results for our players.
All skills training programs and basketball teams are limited in size and are 0pen to kids of all ages and levels of play. We split players by gender, age and skill level to make the best training experience.
Spring: Mid-March through Mid-June
Spring is the longest season and focuses on developing all fundamental skills of our players.
The “10-Week Spring Skills Challenge” breaks down a diverse amount of fundamental drills for players to learn and practice. It is split into 2 to 3 week segments of drill focuses such as “finishing and lay-ups”, “shooting and footwork”, “passing and fast-break”, “ball-handling and dribble moves”.
The 10-week program also allows each player to come to “scrimmage nights” where they can put the drills they practice into action.
The pricing for this program is very flexible, because a player may choose to workout 1-5 times per week.
The “Premier League” is a weekly league that runs in conjunction with the training program. Players can choose to play in the league, train or do both.
Games are played once per league and teams are split evenly by skill level.
Their are three divisions in the Premier League: Junior 3-5 grade, Junior Elite 6-8 grade, Elite 9-12 grade.
The league is perfect for players who want to stay competitive, but cannot commit to a full season of team practices and weekend tournaments.
**Good 2nd grade players may be invited to play and players may be moved up and down in division based on skill level.
**Players from the training program and/or league may be called up to play for a State Select Team.
“Elite State Select Teams” practice together, train in the “10-Week Spring Skills Challenge”, have the option of playing in the “Premier League” and play in some of the best weekend tournaments in New England!
Premier carries teams for boys and girls 5th through 12th grade. Each team is paired with a former coach of that age group or a new coach who fits the mold of that team.
Try-outs go on during January, February and sometimes March (for high school players). Players will find out whether or not they made a team in mid-late February. High school players may find out later.
Team practices begin in early-mid march.
**Payment plans, financial aid and scholarship programs are available.
Summer: Mid-June through End-August
“Elite 4S 8-Week Training Program” is one of the best and toughest training programs in New England.
This program combines elite development in these for criteria: Speed, Strength, Stamina, and Skills.
Workout sessions in the program are two hours long and are split into 30 minutes of speed/agility, 45-60 minutes of skill specific training, and 30-45 minutes of competitive scrimmaging.
Results from steady commitment to this program have been tremendous.
Summer League Games: Players from our state teams and other competitive players are invited to play in summer league. Many of these players do the summer league in conjunction with “4S Elite Summer Training”.
Summer Basketball Camps are also run for elementary through middle school players. These are full day and week camps where parents can have their children play basketball and make new friends, while they are at work.
Fall: Early-September through Late November
The fall training program focuses on getting our players ready for the winter season.
The main focuses of the fall are conditioning, shooting and ball-handling workouts. We want to tighten up our players’ shape and skills so that they are ready for try-outs and to make an impact in the winter season.
“Elite Fall Pre-Season Training” starts in early September and goes until late November.
There are training programs for boys and girls of all age levels, which typically include skills work once per week and scrimmage games once per week.
“Elite State Basketball Teams” are back for the fall season and these teams practice together on plays and also train together in the “Pre-Season Training Program”. The fall season is shorter than the spring, therefore teams will play in less weekend tournaments.
Winter: Early-December through Early-March
The winter focus at Premier is more personalized than ever!
Private Lessons – Our coaches are busy doing customized private one-on-one and small group lessons with players. These really help players who are in-season because the skills we work on can really apply in their games. Click here to learn more about 1on1’s.
Individualized Winter Training – These are 8-10 week training programs at our different training locations. Most of the sessions are 90 minutes long and are a good mix of skills and scrimmaging. Locations currently include: Marblehead, Peabody, Methuen, and Cambridge.
Junior Premier League – This famous league is one of the most competitive and fun leagues for junior 7-10 year olds. The league is two hours long each night and is split into one hour of skill development and one hour of basketball team games. Everything is tracked and recorded online and leads up to a league playoffs in February!
All Girls Leagues & Clinics – These programs are focused on the development of beginner and intermediate female athletes (grade 2-7). The leagues include skill work, conditioning, and scrimmaging.
Kiddie Hoops – is a developmental program for 3-7 year olds. Mini basketball balls and hoops are used to teach toddlers the early skills of the game.
Vacation Clinics – Premier offers several vacation clinics, which allow parents to drop their kids off for a long period of time so that they can get work done and so that their kids can stay active during school break.
Some of these clinics include: “Winter Vacation Clinic”, “February Break Clinic”, “Low Post Camp”, “Point Guard Camp”, “Shooting Guard Camp”
Online Progress Checker: www.mypremierhoops.com -Stay on top of the leaderboard by checking into more workouts -Track your progress -Get evaluated by coaches
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