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CourtSessions One on One

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One on One with Courtsessions
How does it work ?

Register at the link above and you will receive instructions on how to get started.

Once you get registered you will have a one on one call with either myself or one of our CourtSessions teachers where we talk about where with the game of basketball and where you would like to be. On this call we will lay out the plan for the next month and give you your first week of workouts.

Your once a week call for a month will last from 30 to 45 minutes.  We will focus on four areas : Ball Handling, Playmaking, Finishing and Shooting. We will teach and work on these skills on their own while blending them together as the month goes on.

We will ask for video updates of certain things as well as being available to watch film with you on our weekly call if it serves your needs.  We are very excited to work with you and make the most of this time.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Edward LeBlanc
edward@courtsessions.com

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The CourtSessions Impact


Edward LeBlanc

CourtSessions


Why a CourtSessions?

Meet Director LeBlanc

Edward is the owner of CourtSessions, a group whose mission is to teach the game of basketball to organizations, teams and players in a way that will enable and empower them to reach their potential.

Ed works with players and coaching staffs at every stage of the game, ranging from middle school to the NBA level.  He also instructs teams and programs around the world, reaching players across 15 different countries. In addition to working with teams and players on skills they can use on the court, Ed counsels coaches to teach the game of basketball focusing on creating lasting results in how they teach skills as well as understanding of the game.

Ed also contributes to curriculum development for various basketball teaching entities throughout the nation, including Nike & PGC Basketball. He serves as Core Director with PGC Basketball, contributing in many areas to their national footprint in teaching the game of basketball.

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