History of The Intensive Basketball Camp
Established in 2015, the structure and training philosophy of The Intensive Basketball Camp was modeled after the legendary J Robinson Intensive Camps. We have taken this proven camp structure and applied it to the sport of basketball. We believe that immersing a player in a camp of this length in any sport will lead to improved skill development and higher retention.
Our rigorous basketball training model operates on the principle that intense challenges bring about significant change. We provide a concentrated and structured environment that challenges athletes physically and mentally, and we teach them to overcome adversity and improve their work ethic. Through four workouts a day that include skill development sessions, shooting practice, intense practice, and gameplay, players will be tested as individuals and held accountable for their actions. This training model teaches players to work as a team, overcome adversity, and develop an improved work ethic.
Now entering our third year in 2017, The Intensive Basketball Camp provides the tools to take on challenges brought on by athletic competition and life. These tools create a disciplined, positive mindset that will lead to success on and off the court. Our training philosophy teaches life skills within the context of basketball. The seven essential values that we call The J7—Discipline, Dedication, Sacrifice, Hard Work, Responsibility, Accountability, and Service—guide each activity at camp. No other basketball training camp emphasizes the development of life skills as a key part of the curriculum. For additional information, please visit our Camp Philosophy page.