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Coach P Basketball Clinic to help feed hungry kids

Coach P Basketball Clinic to help feed hungry kids

Coach P. Basketball Training and Edgewood Jr/Sr High Children’s Hunger Project Club are teaming up for a ball handling session. October 14, a school holiday, is a PERFECT time for your young athlete to learn from Coach P! All the proceeds will go to TCHP kids with a goal of providing 200 meals. The training is 8:30am – 10 am, for ages 8 and up, at 5335 N. Wickham Rd #101, Melbourne, FL 32940. MAP

Coach P Basketball is home to players at every level who seek to improve, develop, and transform themselves into better athletes, more highly skilled players, and more versatile competitors as they prepare for the highest levels of the game. The Coach P mission is to positively impact lives by helping athletes achieve their dreams.

Teaching determination, skills, and development is what makes Coach P Basketball the number one basketball training destination in Central Florida. Coach P Basketball is home to players at every level who seek to improve, develop, and transform themselves into better athletes, more highly skilled players, and more versatile competitors as they prepare for the highest levels of the game.

Founded by Patryk Janiszewski M.Ed, an international basketball player development coach, Patryk holds a Masters Degree in Physical Education and FIBA Basketball Coaching License. He has been teaching and coaching basketball in many camps, clinics and individually in Europe and USA for over 5 years. Through his career he has worked with many NBA players: Kyle Lowry, Dahntay Jones, Baron Davis, Sebastian Telfair, Kyle O’Quinn, CJ Watson, and Tyronn Lue, to name a few. Coach P Basketball delivers skills workouts to high school teams, AAU teams, and created collaborations with many trainers such as the Impact Basketball Las Vegas staff and NBA veteran Ron Riley among others.

The Coach P Basketball difference lies in individualized sessions to diminish weaknesses and heighten strengths. Additionally group training sessions are offered allowing game like experience as well as a theme of competition and the ability to learn from other players.

A child who is not at risk of weekend hunger performs better in both school AND sports, leading to a more well-rounded child.  Sign up today.

2019-10-10T18:45:13-05:00October 9th, 2019|
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