Dynasty Skills Academy initiates its most coveted basketball training program for young girls and boys at the Supreme Court Basketball Gymnasium in March with coach and coach Anthony Johnson.
The Dynasty Skills Academy, coached by IHSA State Champion Anthony Johnson, is hosting comprehensive youth basketball skills programs for boys and girls in March 2022. It grows the fastest Youth Basketball Training Program in the Chicagoland area. These programs provide Chicago youth with opportunities to hone their basketball skills by building a love and appreciation for the game and providing the training necessary to develop the skills to progress in the game. The Supreme Courts Basketball High School offers outstanding coaches and fantastic facilities to make Dynasty Skills Camp the most desirable basketball youth camp. Registrations for the Dynasty Skills Camp, which will start in March 2022, are currently open.
Anthony Johnson, a former 5-star recruit, professional basketball player and 2009 IHSA State Championship winner, will coach the Dynasty Skill Camp trainees. Coach Johnson introduced the Dynasty Skills Development Program to help young basketball players improve their unique gameplay. The training sessions focus on basketball fundamentals and allow players to reach their full potential as basketball players.
That Dynasty Skills training camp offers three different group training programs for interested players.
Dynasty Skills Academy’s inaugural training program is for young people in grades 3 through 8. Six one-hour training sessions with trainer Anthony Johnson are included in this program. Registration is available for $150 until the program launch on March 8, 2022.
The next workout consists of four 1-hour workouts. Sessions are held in small groups, and experienced and current pro basketball players will train students to play professional games and hone their skills. There is a one-month registration fee of $125 for this training program.
Eight 1-hour small group sessions make up the third basketball training program. This program is also coached by veteran and current professional basketball players. Sessions for this program are conducted daily and participants in this program enjoy a flexible schedule to accommodate their availability. The registration fee for this program is $200 and is valid for a full month.
During the training program, young players learn important aspects of the basketball game individually and in team play. Traditional basketball training practices include handling the ball, getting to the rim, and turning dribbling shooting on and off. Dynasty Camp trainees also learn about the mental aspects of the game. Training also includes a focus on preparing players for game conditions, recognizing the defensive set and where the defense is weakest, using gameplay to throw the opponent off balance, getting a feel for the flow of the game and whatnot has to be done in order to be successful. Coach Johnson echoes the words of basketball legend Kobe himself:
“why was i the best what was my secret
I never got bored with the basics.”
To learn more about Dynasty Skill Training Camp or to register for the camp, please visit the program’s official website at https://www.supremecourtsbasketball.com/dynasty-skills-academy.
About Supreme Courts
Based in Chicago Supreme Courts is one of the city’s most trusted and respected professional basketball venues with a state-of-the-art gymnasium. Currently, the facilities consist of large, full-fledged courts designed primarily for tournaments. In addition, the Supreme Courts are also the battlefield for many youth basketball teams that compete in various tournaments each year. The court has received recognition for offering top-notch facilities for young basketball players who want to play professionally.
Supreme Courts Basketball
888 Frontenac Street Aurora, Illinois 60504
Telephone: (630) 340-4645
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