Well, we came to that time of the year, where everything was put to a stop. Personally I was hoping that this would not get out of hand, but as mentioned by people who were more informed about our system “We were not prepared” .
Not only the medical system but everything almost.
When we look at the sports and educational sector 90% is put to a hold. Countries that relied on online classes for tutoring and private lessons are having an easier time adjusting, but unforcedly, most of the countries have very outdated-school systems where it is more important to memorize a textbook than to learn to think for yourself.
Sports industry ain’t any different, the adjusting of online classes isn’t the easiest one due to many kids living in different conditions.
Some are in apartments, some are in houses, some have the possibility to go out some don’t, some have a basketball at home and weights others don’t.
I am in a mixed state of really disliking this situation, but I am doing my best to get myself into shape and to read more about basketball and other topics that will help me along the way. With that being said, motivating oneself is hard, but manageable, motivating others through a screen, especially the younger ones is another task.
Anyway, with that being said, I am announcing that soon I will start posting more videos on our youtube channel and show some of the basics, trying to make everything for homework out with and without the ball.
Until then, stay safe dear coaches, players, and parents.
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