GRT Basketball Skill - Court Training is located at the newly built Sonoma Academy Gymnasium.  The facility includes a state of the art floor (low impact), locker rooms, workout facility and training fields, located minutes from the Fountaingrove Inn.

All GRT workouts are directed by Jeremy Russotti and co-directred by Philippe Doherty.  What separates Green Room Training (GRT) from other competitors? It is very simple. GRT is dedicated to bringing the most progressive, functional, yet intensive skill training court workouts to its professional clients. Jeremy is considered by many today to be one of the brightest and innovative basketball minds in the game today. Through his "Hybrid Relevance" training techniques, Jeremy is magical in producing quick results in a short period of time. GRT dedicates heavy attention to on-court training, focusing heavily on Offensive Separation, and consistent shooting - skills that help his clients continue to keep jobs. Also, GRT believes in keeping its workouts short and intense, mimicking the intensity of game speed, while constantly protecting the client from overuse, overtraining, and injury.

Jeremy, who is the inventor of the J-Glove Shooting Aid, focuses heavily on developing proper shooting habits and consistency for his clients.  Through a few short years, Jeremy has helped produced some of the top NCAA and Professional
shooters.  The Unlike the other all-inclusive training programs, the GRT Program focuses heavily on improving their clients skill set, rather than just imrpoving clients conditioning.

Mixing daily overload skill training court sessions with weekly evening shooting workouts and scrimmaging, our clients will be maximizing their earning potential with their commitment to our GRT program.

 
 
     
   
 
GRT Body Conditioning Director Cary Hiner follows the B.L.A.S.T. philosophy, mixed with functional speed, agility and quickness training.  The purpose of BLAST methodology is to maximize athletic functional training, while emphasizing injury prevention.

Balance training supports neuro-muscular development therefore producing maximal efficiency of the movement.

Leverage in resistive training puts the stress of the movement on the muscles not the joints. The key to correct training with resistance is the proper alignment of the lever arm with the line of resistance.

Anchor training is referring to the base that the athlete works against. Effective athletic training uses your body to act as a kinetic link to the ground as opposed to a bench or machine, this will result in greater core stability. Once an athlete is able to generate maximal force through the core of their body while maintaining balance and correct postural alignment, they will be prepared to perform at their highest level.

Strength - In determining strength, the true common denominator is time under tension. After the athlete learns about proper range of motion for their body (through the Biolever Assessment) and is taught how to control the exercise movement at the correct rate of speed the next most important element of strength training is time under tension.

Technique describes the proper mechanics that we emphasize to correct form, build strength, and develop power.
 
 
     
   
 
Graham Betchart is a performance coach and founder of GB Performance Coaching.  A former college basketball captain and high school head coach, Graham works with teams and professional athletes coaching high-level performance concepts in an easily assessable way.  His passion is teaching athletes how to train their mind for competition so they can reach the next level in their career.  The goal of sports psychology in the GRT program is to help athletes identify unhealthy attitudes and beliefs, apply mental toughness skills and peak performance strategies to perform at optimal levels.
Graham currently serves at the Sports Psychologist for Stanford University Men's Basketball Program.
     
 
 
  7:30 - 8:30am Breakfast
  8:30 - 10:30am Basketball Court - Position Skill Training
  10:30 - 11:15am Meal Replacement Drink - Rest
  12:30 - 1:30pm Lunch
  2:00 - 3:30pm Body Conditioning Training Session
  3:30 - 5:30pm Rest and Recovery
  5:30 - 6:30pm Dinner
  6:30 - 8:00pm Rest and Recovery
  8:00 - 9:15pm Shooting Workouts - Competitive Play (2-3x a week)
  9:15 - Sleep Meal Replacement Drink - Rest and Recovery
     
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