The Blueprint Athletes Basketball Podcast is about educating players, parents, and coaches on what goes into the development of a well-rounded person/player and how coaches and parents can be more useful in that process.

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On the new version of our app, you can create customized guides, build your own team, track your stats/notes, & earn badges as you complete tasks. Download it today!


On the new version of our app, you can create customized guides, build your own team, track your stats/notes, & earn badges as you complete tasks. Download it today!


On the new version of our app, you can create customized guides, build your own team, track your stats/notes, & earn badges as you complete tasks. Download it today!


Balance is key when it comes to your training. It’s important to work on your skills, but it’s also essential to work on your comfort level in the game. 


Our goal was to create a basketball training app unlike any other. This week, we’re taking an in-depth look at the Blueprint Athletes app to help our subscribers gain a deeper understanding of how the app can help you on your journey. 


Players often get caught up in the idea of being the “star” player without realizing you can add so much more value to your team by just focusing on being a good teammate. 


There are 24 hours in a day – what do you do with that time? Organizing your schedule is essential for your overall success. 


You should always prioritize the team above individual success. You may think personal accolades are the most important thing, but the person & player you become along the way matters more. 


Don’t be overly moved by positive or negative feedback. If a coach can validate you with compliments, they can destroy you with criticism. 


Not a lot of people are interested in “post footwork” anymore. Many people think the post game is dying, but regardless of your position, mastering these fundamentals are essential to your overall game. 


“Don’t mistake activity for achievement.” -John Wooden  


In this episode we discuss how much we think shooting form matters and go over some of the “unorthodox” ways that players make shots! We also talk about ways that we have been able to help players we’ve trained improve their shots over the years.


There are way too many parents & coaches prioritizing the wrong things, especially at the youth level. Supporting your child in a constructive way is essential to their growth as an athlete & a human being. 


Everyone wants to play D1, but not many people consider that other divisions might be better for them. In this episode, we take a look at my life as a Division 1 athlete & discuss why you shouldn’t disregard other levels.


Do your habits align with your goals? In this episode, I sit down with my wife & fitness trainer, Cristina & we discuss the importance of having realistic expectations. We also touch on why you don’t need to be in a rush for results. 


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