0-12 record to 15-3 in 2 years??

Let's be honest: If you're getting your butt kicked, it's probably because your players need to improve their skills and basketball IQ.

And unfortunately, this takes time... especially if you're going to do things the right way.

However, there is a quicker way to get competitive.

In fact, if you do THIS the right way, you can see significant improvement in as little as one practice.

(This is the exact tactic I used with my team one season to help us nearly overcome a powerhouse team that we lost to at the beginning of the season 73-19!)

It's also the reason another coach was able to go from an 0-12 record to 15-3 in just 2 short years.

Well, what is it?!

Put a much stronger emphasis on defense, and possibly even more important, change the way you teach it!

Yes, you read that right.

Most coaches don't know what to teach in a step-by-step manner and they don't know how to properly demand a high level of execution.

Until you see it on video or in person, it's hard to truly understand... at least, it was for me.

However, the great news is...

You can develop an effective defense very quickly and see massive results right away.

It just takes effort, discipline, and dedication from you as the coach.

But if you have those traits, these tips and drills from Coach Jim Huber will take your coaching abilities to a whole new level.

When you see him correct, teach, and demand execution and effort, you'll know exactly what I'm talking about.

So if you want to check out critical defensive tips that can instantly make your team much more competitive (as well as a couple of defensive drills you can bring to your practices right away), go ahead and click the link below:

How to Quickly Become Competitive and Save Your Season Using the Power of Defense (Drills & Videos Included)

P.S. If you like what you see from Coach Huber's tips and coaching style, make sure you keep your eyes on your inbox tomorrow. I'm not sure exactly what time yet, but we have a special announcement coming your way in less than 24 hours :)


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