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April 11th, 2011
Post Offense Blog
Post Offense coaching is bursted, and that is why we have too many post players in all levels of competition simply taking up space. To read more about how you as a coach can help your post player escape the horrible statistic of being one of more than 79% of bench warmers, check out Better Approach to Post Offense Coaching. To see past logs, visit blog archive.
May 1st, 2009
End of School Year Program:
We are first approaching the end of the school year, and I am sure you, teachers, will be looking for a fun, entertaining, and educational program to ease the pressure of taking the AIMS/DPA test. Look no further than
Triple T School Programs. I am sure you will find something to meet your students' needs.
February 22th, 2009
Success Secret through Practice
The secret to success through practice is out of the bag. If you are still failing in your quest to become a star athlete with this information out there, you simply don't want to succeed. Success Secret through Practice will give you all the information you need to succeed. Furthermore, this simple program does not tell you what to do, it shows you how to do what you choose to do better!
Since uncovering the secret to success through practice, I have shared them with many coaches and athletes. Those that have embraced the strategies have had success in their respective programs or sports.
The bottom line is, you must follow similar strategies outlined in Success Secret through Practice to succeed in your sports of interest. Remember, only those athletes who know what it takes to succeed through practice actually succeed. If you don't already know what it takes, please check out Success Secret through Practice. You will be glad you did because practice will take on a whole new meaning from here onwards.
February 18th, 2009
2009 NBA All-Star Appearance Update
The All-Star game appearance was great. I had lots of fun performing with some of the world's best basketball handlers like Tommy Baker, Tryx, Jeff Harris, Mao Shiro Dai Kazuya Kaito, DJ Dallas Green, etc.
A number of Guinness World Records were set by various ball-handling experts. I manage to extend my record for spinning one basketball on one hand without touching it with the other hand from 1:09 to 1:58 minutes. My three attempts on extending my juggling three basketballs while shooting the most layups in one minute came short.
I will have to regroup and come up with the new technique since my current technique (half-show), has reached it maximum. I will keep you appraised on my progress with the record run.
February 13th - 16th, 2009
2009 All-Star Performer
Once again, Joe "the trickstar" Odhiambo will be showcasing his amazing basketball handling tricks at the 2009 All Star Game. He will also attempt to break two of his many Guinness World Records by spinning a basketball on one finger for the longest time (current record 1.09 minutes), and also juggling three basketball while shooting the most layups (current record 39 layups).
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