Athlete First. Volume II. Clinic Reno,NV..Nov 7th,2009


Athlete First Baketball Clinic, Vol. 2

November 7th,2009@ Sierra Strength and Speed


Limited to 20 participants per Session!

Get Ready for Basketball Season.
Designed for players of all Skill levels.
Drills Based upon Athletic Development and Experience.


Where:Sierra Strength and Speed, 3760 Barron Way. Reno, NV
When: Sunday, Nov 7th ,2009,

Grades 9-12 11am to 1:30pm **FEE: $45 LIMIT: 20 Athletes

Grades 6-8th 2pm to 3:30pm **FEE: $30 LIMIT: 20 Athletes

To Register: email: or

SEND PAYMENT TO: Kevin Davis, 14835 Davos Dr., Truckee, CA 96161

Make checks out to: Elite Pro Performance

**Clinic fee must be prepaid to reserve spot. 48 hour cancellation for refund.

-Skills Addressed

*Basketball fundamentals
*Pre Tryout Basics
*Advanced drills for skilled players.
*Dynamic Warmup
*Rapid Response take home program geared to Increase foot speed and hand eye speed.
*Sierra Strength and Speed Youth Development
*Dynamic Warmup
*Injury prevention

*Featured Instructors*

Mike Atkinson, ACE CPT
Sierra Strength and Speed, Basketball Sport Spec Dev.

DR. Kevin Davis, SPORTS Injury Specialist

About Michael Atkinson

Mike Atkinson,CSCS, is the owner of Elite Pro Performance and the on court performance director at Sierra Strength & Speed. Considered to be a specialist of Keiser performance equipment, Mike is known as a hybrid basketball performance trainer focusing on strength, movement, and basketball fundamentals. Atkinson’s experience and current work with NBA Player Development Specialist Aubrey McCreary has given him a unique set of skills to train players on sports specific patterns and positioning at a professional level. Atkinson’s training experience includes work with numerous NBA draftees, multiple Division 1 athletes, and other professional clients. He has also worked as a performance consultant in the NBA Development League and has directed basketball performance training camps and clinics for youth athletes on the West coast.
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