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What do you want from the game of basketball? College scholarship? Maybe, a chance to play in the NBA or overseas. It can definitely happen, but it depends on how much work you’re willing to put in. Your dreams and goals go as you go. If you work, then your dreams work and come alive. […]
What a great day for PGD Academy 6th grade, 9th grade and 10th grade. Today we started out with the 6th graders on the court and the 9th and 10th grade group in the sand for agility and conditioning. The 6th grade group worked on their skill set in preparation for their first tournament in April. […]
Since the beginning of Pro Guard Development I’ve had the pleasure of building relationships with the staff, parents and young players of Weston Christian Academy. My first introduction to the WCA family was when I met Mr. Robert and Jaden Golston. They lead me on to meet a majority of these great people posted in […]
Our PGD 9th grade have been working hard up to this point. These are some images from our beach workout a month or two back. Lets keep striving for greatness! Take care of business on and off the court guys. That’s part of the responsibility of being a great player. -Coach Lew, Pro Guard Development […]
Warm up like a PRO/Warm up with a PURPOSE!!! Warm-up time is going to vary depending on what level you play on. I’m going to give you one of my routines that I’ve used on game days to build up confidence and a rhythm before tip-off, by taking my self through game time motions and seeing the ball go […]
I feel like being able to score all starts with the imagination. I remember spending hours of shooting in my back yard alone. While shooting I pretended to be playing against players . I got so good at pretending to be good in my back yard that eventually it transitioned to me doing it against kids […]
Being raised in a small rural town known as Cordele, Georgia; Lewis Clinch relied on sports as an outlet to stay out of trouble. Kids from this area had two options: play sports and keep yourself occupied and out of the streets or get caught up into things that would get you into trouble. Lewis […]