Drey Ricks | How High Level Basketball Players are Made
Drey Ricks identified how high level basketball players are made and the key factors that make them. Drey Ricks observes the game from a different angle, he observes from the mindset first. Before players make the team physically (on any level) they must mentally first make the team and that’s what he practices as a Basketball Performance Therapist & Analyst.
Drey Ricks has seen players from beginners all the way to pros benefit from having the right mindset. In fact, the younger a player adapts the correct mindset – the better; over time the mindset will be a part of their everyday life.
But it simply comes down to the fact do they believe in themselves. Drey Ricks knows having the right mindset has worked for many different athletes of all ages and levels giving them the confidence to boost their performance at their highest level, not only on the court but in life.
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