300 Hour Club: Off-Season Player Development Program
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300 Hour Club
It is often said that teams are made during the “in” season while players are made in the “off” season. It is with this premise that we have the Lake City Basketball 300 Hour Club. The goal of the 300 Hour Club is for players to document over 300 hours of basketball-related activities during the off-season. Players will set individual offseason goals, will be given a calendar, and will monitor their basketball-related activities on the calendar.
In my first big Twitter Thread: Why do some Programs WIN Year after Year? I talked about the importance of players and player development. I referenced our 300-Hour Club. Since then I have had many people reach out and ask for a copy of it. Here it is!
By the way, our school record for the 300-Hour Club was by Nathan Heise, a 2020 Graduate and current player at the University of Northern Iowa. The record is 717 Hours.
The 300 Hour Club is our Off-Season Player Development Program. This Off-Season program is an important part of the Program Culture and Team Success that we have had in our program in Lake City.