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2 years ago by Pat McKee

Micah Lancaster's 'Elite Skills' basketball camp returning to Columbus North on July 16-17

        “I’m Possible” basketball training is returning to Indiana.
        A 2016 Elite Skills Camp, directed by “I’m Possible” founder Micah Lancaster, is scheduled for July 16-17 at Columbus North High School in Columbus, Ind. This is the third year for the camp at Columbus North and its only Indiana location. Players from across the state and the Midwest have attended previous camps at Columbus North.
        The Elite Skills Camp is open to boys and girls entering Grades 4-12 and runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day.
        In addition, I’m Possible is offering a “Kids Camp” for players entering Grades 1-3 on July 16. The Kids Camp will run from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
        “I’m Possible” camps are some of the most sought camps in the world, innovative and designed around the concept of making every player feel like they are training alone in the gym. Why? The purpose of I’m Possible is to empower and equip players of all levels with the skills needed to train themselves.
        The Elite Skills Camp is designed to push players to their limits, motivate them toward their dreams and put them on a road to success. The Elite Skills Camp features intense skills training, in-depth video study, I’m Possible’s famous myths and concepts, competitive game play and I’m Possible’s online training system.
        The camp is directed by Micah Lancaster, a world-renowned basketball skill development trainer who has worked with players at all levels – grassroots to pros – including Kobe Bryant, Dwyane Wade, Mario Chalmers, Kyrie Irving, Evan Turner, Ben McLemore, Jeff Green,Nolan Smith, Phil Pressey, Ben Gordon, Courtney Lee and Avery Bradley. Lancaster also has worked internationally with players from Canada, Israel, Italy,Singapore, England, Hong Kong, Brazil and India. He is known around the world for his skills, drills and original training methods.
        Players should bring their own basketball, notebook and lunch (or lunch money) to the Elite Skills Camp sessions.
        The fee for the two-day Elite SkillsCamp is $199. The fee for the one-day, one-hour is $35.
        To register, go to main.possibletraining.com//indiana2016.
        If you have questions, e-mail those to info@possibletraining.com.

 

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