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2016 World Wide Hoops Year in Review

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As 2016 comes to a close this has been an amazing year. We've had tremendous growth and have 62 kids in our program. All of the kids improved greatly from our off season training and skills clinics. I can't think Merideth Marsh enough for working with our girls the past 2.5 years. She was an amazing asset to World Wide Hoops. Former Louisville star and WNBA player Asia Taylor worked with our girls in the summer and really helped them improve their game. Our 3rd Annual Father Son and Daughter Skills clinic was a huge success. It was great working with Ted Butler on the clinic whose one of the best sports in performance coaches in the country. Also a huge thank you to Ganon Baker who's a mentor of mine and have learned so much from and being a part of Ganon Baker Basketball Nation.

We have a lot of new developments coming in 2017 as our World Wide Hoops Foundation will get started and we will continue having skills clinics and putting together off-season training programs. Thank you to everyone who has supported and been a part of World Wide Hoops!

Brandon Paquin
Head Player Development Coach
World Wide Hoops

World Wide Hoops Spring Blog

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Our off season training the last month has really been great! The High School group has really grown and already show signs of getting quicker and stronger. Our recent spring clinic on May 14th went really well. We had some new kids come in and work hard. There was a mixture of speed and agility work along with skill work. We look forward to having them in for workouts. This ones hard but Merideth Marsh will be moving to Nashville very soon. Merideth has been there from the very beginning and the most loyal person I know. We've done 2 clinics in Chicago, one in Cleveland, Indianapolis, among many others. She has really improved all of our girls this past year. This isn't a success without her. Nothing but the best as she pursues her coaching career. All training and clinic inquiries please visit www.worldwidehoopstraining.com or email [email protected]

World Wide Hoops Summer & Fall Training

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This past summer and fall has been very busy for us. We had a great camp in Cleveland, Ohio in June where over 60 kids came worked hard for 2 days and improved on their game. We had a very good 3 months of off season training. 4 days a week kids came in, got stronger, faster, and made huge improvements. We teamed up with Ted Butler of Operation Athlete for our fall skills clinic which was a huge success. Ted was great with the speed and agility portion. These past couple months we've really grown on the girls side. Merideth Marsh has done a tremendous job with these girls from all over Louisville improve in their game! I've worked with coaches and trainers from all over the world and there's nobody better working with girls than Merideth. We have been very proud of the girls and their dedication to improve and work hard! As winter months come ahead players need to know how vital it is to keep up on their skills during the season. Come and see us we are total player development!

2014 year in review

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What a year 2014 has been for World Wide Hoops! Back in March we found a home at Okolona Church of Christ Gym and it's been great there ever since. Our skills clinics have been a huge success. There was more than 100 kids come through our Park Ridge, Illinois clinics in May & September. We had a chance to work with some talented girls in Salem and Bloomington, Indiana over the summer. Also we had a chance to work with former Louisville And current NBA player Peyton Siva to get him ready for the NBA summer league.  This year wouldn't of been a success without my training partner Merideth Marsh. Merideth has the best work ethic of anybody I've ever seen and she can teach any skill to a player. She also recapped the past year. "This past year has been a tremendous success for World Wide Hoops, such as a spring break camp, two trips to Park Ridge Illinois and a holiday skills clinic as well as continuous weekly workouts. The pay off for trainers is to see their players grow within their routine weekly workouts but most importantly, their development within their school programs and AAU teams. Results and growth from the players is the product of Brandon's training model--hard work and dedication-- which continues to drive successes year in and year out."  We are ready to see what 2015 holds for us. Any player that works hard, listens, and has a passion to get better we will work with you to improve your overall game. I also can't thank Ganon Baker, GBB Nation, and Elve8 Sports Institute for your support over the past year. They have been amazing! All of our 2015 training and clinics will be on the website at www.worldwidehoopstraining.com. Bring on 2015!  Brandon Paquin Head Skills Coach World Wide Hoops

It’s only the beginning of World Wide Hoops!

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I am very happy to announce the start of World Wide Hoops Training in Louisville, Ky. It has been A lot of hard work and dedication for this to come to fruition . I've worked with a lot of great people and skill coaches and trainers such as Ganon Baker, Cody Topper, Chris Thomas among others to gain experience and learn the craft of being a basketball skills trainer. Read More