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Volleyball - The Basics of Hitting with Juliann Faucette Johnson
Basketball - Player Development by Position with Mike Procopio
Speed and Strength - How to Train Your Athletes for Speed Strength & Agility with Robert Hackett
Swimming - Learn some of the fundamentals of swimming training from Olympic Gold Medalist Jessica Hardy.
Softball - Coaching tuneups to propel on & off the field success with former All-American India Chiles
Track & Field - How to Train Your Athletes for 100M & 200M
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Lacrosse - Tune into to hear the BSN SPORTS Lacrosse Staff and Resolute Coaches answer questions YOU have submitted
What Coaches are Saying
"Please continue these clinics. They are wonderful for our growth and development. I even wouldn't mind doing an all day and event and paying for it if it has good speakers and opportunities for discussion. Thank you for doing this."
"Love the learn by doing- should show drills while explaining it save time. Have an example (volunteer) present to demonstrate Speaker comes from the view of the extremely under developed athlete and teaching large groups bigger than 40 kids, more beneficial. Speakers teach towards the Varsity/state 10 group crowd not always realistic in HS Loved the alternatives to the weight room, realistic scenarios."
"Juliann was great! Her presentation gave a lot of good insight and I really enjoyed the fact that she talked through a of the bullet points with us. The drills she demonstrated were a big help as well."
"I really appreciate Nate and Joel coming out for a second time to Boise. It's great to have talented individuals come out and share what they can with the lacrosse community here. I will attend every time I can in the future if this continues as I pick up at least a couple new things each time. I liked the different style this year as it gave an opportunity to see how Nate and Joel coach. I don't have a preference for either one as each style brings different strengths. Thanks again!"
MEET THE SPEAKERS
Former NBA Strength/Speed Coach
Robert Hackett's professional strength and conditioning experience spans over 20 years with the Vancouver Grizzlies, Memphis Grizzlies, Dallas Mavericks (2011 NBA Champions), Milwaukee Bucks.
Prior to working in the NBA, Hackett designed and directed the strength and conditioning programs at the University of Wisconsin for the school’s men and women basketball, football (1993 Rose Bowl Champs) and track teams.
He has extensive experience in testing, teaching, and coaching athletes. He also served as an assistant track coach for three years for the Badgers.
Hackett is a graduate of Wisconsin with a bachelor’s degree of science. While at Wisconsin, he competed as a sprinter on the badger track team, where he was a three – time USA Olympic Trial Qualifier and NCAA Champion; competed in the 100 and 200 meters.
Former Team USA Member
Juliann has distinguished herself as one of the best in the world. She was named NCAA Freshman of the Year in 2007.
As a four-year starter and three-time All-American for the University of Texas, Juliann was the 2010 UT Female Athlete of the Year and the 2010 Big 12 Player of the Year. International volleyball organizations around the world have sought out her powerful skills and talent.
She signed her first professional contract with the Italian league, Lega Pallavolo A Femminile, playing for them 2011-2013, ultimately winning an Italian Supercup and a bronze medal in the Champion's League.
During the 2013-2014 season, Juliann played for Guangdong Evergrande Women's Volleyball Club, playing for one of the best coaches in the world, Jenny Lang Ping. During the 2014-2015 season, she played for the most prestigious team in France, Racing Club de Cannes, where she won her first professional championship.
Olympic Gold Medalist
Jessica Hardy Meichtry is an Olympic Gold Medalist in swimming and a multiple World Record holder in swimming. Making her first national team at age 18 in 2005, she went on to continue being amongst the best in the world for over a decade.
She won over twenty-eight international medals, the highlight being her gold and bronze medals from the 2012 London Olympic Games. She competed at UC Berkeley for two years, winning four NCAA titles, before “going pro,” and ultimately finishing her bachelors degree in Communications from Arizona State University.
She was elected team captain of the U.S. National team in 2013, 2014 and 2015, which she credits as the accomplishment she is most proud of during her career.
Jessica’s last competitive race was at the Olympic Trials in 2016, where she was competing with significant injuries and did not make the Olympic team. She was excited to take a step back from the sport to spend more time with her husband, Dominik Meichtry (fellow Olympian, competed in the 2004, 2008, and 2016 Games), and now, her daughter Olivia (born March 2018).
Jessica joins the BSN Sports team as the Swimming Brand Ambassador, is eager to learn, and to help this emerging sport continue to grow.
Former NBA Player Development Coach
Former Director of Player Development for the Dallas Mavericks and renowned coach in the professional basketball community. Procopio, who has been with the Mavs since 2013 and has worked individually with Kobe Bryant and over 150 other NBA players, will help enhance customer, vendor and other relationships and expand the company’s footprint in the continuously growing basketball market.
"He's my Jack Bauer," said Bryant in a 2010 Sports Illustrated article. "He gave me all the edits and scouting reports and wrote defensive rotations of the Celtics. He was my eyes and ears, so when I played the game I'd use all the scouting reports and all the information. And it was huge for me."
Procopio served as a Strategic Game Management Coach for Bryant from 2009-2012, breaking down his game film as well as giving him insight on upcoming opponents. Bryant won two NBA championships with the Los Angeles Lakers during the four-year period.
Former All-American at Tennessee
Former All-American for the Lady Vols (2004-07) Chiles helped Tennessee reached the Women’s College World Series three times (2005, 2006 and 2007) and the NCAA Tournament four times from 2004-07.
The Lady Vols also made the WCWS championship game in 2007 and finished the season as national runners-up.
Chiles has been regarded as one of the best slappers in the game and for her efforts was named SEC Player of the Year in 2007, the 1st ever for the Lady Vols.The Louisville, Ky., native and KY Gatorade Player Of The Year, started 176 games over her four seasons, while recording 204 hits and scoring 157 runs.
Her senior season was her most impressive season, in which she finished with a .459 batting average with 57 runs, 89 hits, 44 stolen bases, an on-base percentage of .502 and a slugging percentage of .500. In addition to her SEC Player of the Year honor, Chiles was named Louisville/NFCA First-Team All-American, WCWS All-Tournament Team and All-SEC Tournament Team honors.