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PROVO, Utah – BYU athletics has announced the addition of a new camp to its summer lineup – the Basketball Skills & Agility Development Clinic.
The clinic is designed to teach and inform campers on how to become a better basketball player, improve their speed, agility and explosiveness and take their game to the next level. BYU strength and conditioning coach Bob Medina and director of basketball operations Cody Fueger will conduct the two-day clinic.
Medina is a former NBA strength and conditioning coach with more than 20 years of experience with the Portland Trailblazers and the Seattle Supersonics. The teams Medina worked with advanced to the NBA Finals once, the Western Conference Finals four times and won six division titles. Before working in the NBA, Medina served as the strength and conditioning for UNLV men’s basketball for six seasons. During that time, the Rebels advanced to the Final Four three times and captured the 1990 NCAA national title.
Fueger has worked in college basketball for the last 12 years and been a member of coaching staffs at five different NCAA Division I institutions. He began his career as a video coordinator and student assistant at the University of Utah and has since served as the director of basketball operations at Louisiana Tech, UC Riverside and Utah State before coming to BYU in 2013.
The Basketball Skills & Agility Development Clinic will be held Friday and Saturday, June 27 and 28 from 9 a.m. to noon in the Smith Fieldhouse. Boys entering grades 4-8 are invited to register. Skill development will be held on the Fieldhouse courts and the agility portion of the clinic will be held in the Fieldhouse annex. Cost for the clinic is $100.
Visit BYUsportscamps.com to register.
What: Basketball Skills & Agility Development Clinic
When: June 27-28 from 9 a.m. to noon
Where: Smith Fieldhouse
A strong foundation for basketball and speed/agility
Obtain an individual performance evaluation in basketball and speed/agility
Learn BYU practice drills
Speed and agility drills
Competitive drills to drive improvement
Improve in all aspects of the game
Improve performance through video
Use of BYU training facilities
Take home development form