Building a high school program from scratch takes incredible time, effort and sacrifice. Coach Allocco created a dynasty at De LaSalle by changing attitudes, skills and athletic ability from the ground up. A master tactician, Allocco's expertise lies in his ability to motivate, challenge and improve both individuals and teams. Learn the 17 parts that make up one of the best scholastic programs in America. Allocco's promise is that each of these components can be put to use in your program with amazing results. Teach your players how to play each game like their last and exhibit team ownership. Four fundamental practice drills drive home the consistency that results from 17 intangibles. Become a master program builder using Allocco's principles for success. A must have DVD for coaching high school basketball.
77 minutes. 2009.
Produced at the Spring 2008 Las Vegas Clinic.
Great dvd for any coach wanting to build a program. There are a lot of things from this dvd that I can use to make my entire program better.
If you buy just 1 or 2 videos a year, this should be one of them! I wish I had this video when I first started coaching.
This is one for every coaches library. There is basically nothing in terms of drills or x's and o's so don't expect that. What you should expect is how to hold your program to a higher standard, not just your team but your program. Its an excellent talk that probably includes a lot of things you think you already know, yet Coach Allocco practices everything he preaches year in and year out while other coaches forget the little things. You need to check this video out if only to remind yourself that there is a lot more to having a successful program then having a great offense or defense on paper.
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