The Best Basketball Workouts in North Shore Mass!
Premier Hoops offers the best basketball workouts in Northern Ma and Southern NH areas…
We have locations in:
Boston, Cambridge, Watertown, Brookline, Peabody, Methuen, Salisbury
Our basketball workouts are for kids of all ages:
Ages 4-7 is a introductory basketball class called Kiddie Hoops.
This features basketball workouts that are 45 min – 60 min long and are a lot of fun for first time players!
Classes are a mix of warm-up exercises, ball-handling, passing, close shots, and mini games at the end of practice.
Ages 7-11 are basketball workouts for junior level player.
During these programs players can stay from between one and two hours.
Skills workouts are for beginner to intermediate level players and as the program advances coaches introduce new / more advanced drills for kids to practice.
Ages 11-16 are for intermediate to advanced level players and this is called elite training.
During these programs, players are mentored and pushed to reach their full potential.
These basketball workouts are for players, who are serious about making a significant improvement in their skills.
What are the most important features all basketball workouts should have?
Premier Hoops has been in business for 7 years and we have coaches who played D1 college basketball.
We have a unique training approach, there is no any other program can offer.
1. All basketball workouts should have low coach to player ratio.
This means that your child will be getting a high level of personal attention from great coaches.
2. Players should be active for the entire time that they are at basketball sessions.
During all Premier Hoops workouts, there is no standing around.
Players are always active, by either practicing their skills or playing mini-games such as 1v1, 2v2, or 3v3.
3. Players evaluations and goal setting.
Starting at the junior level, we begin to give our players written evaluations after 8-week programs so that they know what their strengths and weaknesses are.
We then set goals to try to improve the weaknesses so that players are continually making improvement / being a well rounded player.
4. Changing/adding new drills
As players start to become better at starter drills, coaches will switch up the routine to different drills.
Please visit our registration page to learn more.
If you have questions about our programs please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 781-724-8125.