Learn the Secrets of High IQ Basketball At the Zero Seconds Skills and Decision Training Camp

Camps > Pennsylvania > Philadelphia > March2020PhiladelphiaZeroSecondsCamp
DATES:March 28 - March 29, 2020
AGE GROUP:Grade 7 to 12, Boys and Girls
COST: $195
Join us March 28-29, 2020 for the Breakthrough Basketball Zero Seconds and Decision Training Skills Camp.
Learn new breakthroughs in skill development with “Zero Seconds Training” developed by the highly respected Chris Oliver. Not only will you develop new game-tested skills, you'll also leave this camp as a smarter player with the IQ to make winning decisions under pressure.
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What Players Will Learn

What is Zero Seconds Training?

Zero Seconds Training is a unique training methodology that combines skill development with improved decision making to mold smart, efficient players who assert themselves on offense.
It uses decision training drills and “rhythm clapping” to enhance your most important offensive skills - shooting, passing, dribbling and 1-on-1 moves.
Everything centers on game-like situations so your new skills can be immediately applied to a 5-on-5 context.
Players experience newfound confidence as they “stop thinking and start playing”.
This dynamic training approach will dramatically improve any player’s offensive performance.

What Will Players Get From This Camp?

Improve Your Ball handling

Improve your ball control and dribbling skills and become more aggressive when you put the ball on the floor. You’ll understand how to create more easy scoring opportunities, while reducing turnovers and handling ball pressure more effectively.

Learn Go-To 1-on-1 Moves

You can become a serious 1-on-1 threat by mastering Zero Seconds techniques and principles. You don’t need to be lightning quick. But you do need to know how to create and exploit advantages in your favor.
You’ll learn when and how to attack off the dribble, increase your explosiveness and cover more ground with fewer dribbles.

Develop Your Confidence

Confidence can be your best friend or your worst enemy on the court. This training will help you re-think the game to increase your confidence. You’ll play more aggressively and control the game in new ways as you master the “mental game”.

Become a “High IQ” Player

We’ll put you into unique decision making drills so you’re used to performing at game-speed intensity! When the pressure rises, you’ll calmly execute at the highest level.

Get Comfortable Playing Aggressively

Great players assert themselves with a confident attacking mindset. Using these Zero Seconds methods, you’ll learn to push the defense to its breaking point on every possession.

Increase Shooting Range and Accuracy

Developing a great shot opens up every other aspect of your game. But there’s a difference between shooting in the driveway and shooting in games. We’ll show you high-powered drills that will turn you into a deadly “game-ready” shooter.

Develop Consistent Finishing Moves

Beating your man is step one. But you need to know how to finish over taller defenders and through contact. You’ll learn step-by-step how to improve your finishing skills and how to adjust your approach based on the defense.

Experience This Unique Learning Environment

The Decision Training Drills and “Rhythm Clapping” approach enhances the learning experience in a way few players have seen. These techniques:
  • Develop awareness of basketball rhythm and other advanced concepts
  • Stimulate creativity on the court
  • Improve game performance through “game-based” drills
  • Bring variety and fun to the training sessions
  • Expand players’ concentration skills to maximize gains
We hand-selected these training methods because they will get you results.
You’ll be using what you learn here to continue improving your game long after camp is over.
Coach Profile

Coach Profile - Rob Southall

Hired in the fall of 2013, Rob Southall is now in his sixth season as head coach of the men's basketball program and assistant director of athletics at Elms College in Chicopee, Massachusetts.
Coach Southall’s philosophy of player development have made their mark on the record books at Elms College. His offensive system allowed several student athletes to reach their potential, he has developed four out of the eight thousand point scorers in school history. He has developed back to back NECC Defensive Player of the Year 2017 and NECC Player of the Year 2016, in addition to eight student-athlete have earned All-Conference honors. Not only limited to the success on the court, he has had 10 student athletes on NECC All Academic honors. During Coach Southall tenure the team has four out of five NECC Tournament including the Championship game in 2014-2015.
Coach Southall took the reins of the Blazers’ men’s basketball team after an eight-year stint as a full time assistant coach at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI). During his time at WPI, the Engineers enjoyed tremendous success with Coach Southall on the bench compiling a 178-44 record with six New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) regular season championships as well as the 2005-06 and 2012-13 NEWMAC tournament championships, six appearances in the NCAA Division III Championship and the 2011-12 ECAC Division III New England Championship title. WPI also notched 20 or more wins in each of Coach Southall’s eight seasons on staff under head coach Chris Bartley.
Prior to his time at WPI, Coach Southall spent a season assisting Joe Reilly at Bates College and helped guide the team to one of its best seasons in school history (19-8). Bates reached the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Championship tournament final before falling to Amherst College.
A 2002 graduate of Springfield College, Coach Southall played basketball for two seasons and was a graduate assistant coach for the Pride under head coach Charlie Brock for two years. At Springfield, he was also the head junior varsity basketball coach and was heavily involved in recruiting and game preparation. Coach Southall also obtained a master’s degree from Springfield in 2004.
Camp Details

Camp Details


Saturday March 28, 2020 - 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Sunday March 29, 2020 - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM


The camp is for boys and girls from 7th grade to 12th grade.

Players will be grouped based on grade and gender to start during the individual skill work drills.


Each session is limited to 40 players to ensure a high number of repetitions and improvement


Greater Plymouth Community Center
2910 Jolly Road
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462


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Observing Coaches

Observing Coaches

Coaches can attend for free by working the camp. Email us if you're interested in helping with the camp.
Otherwise there is a $97 fee to attend as an "observing coach". You will get to learn new drills and techniques from Rob Southall, just like all the players and other coaches in attendance. Visit this link to reserve your spot as an observing coach. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to email us or request a phone call.