Welcome to PGC Coaching!
Join us for our Welcome Party to celebrate and answer any questions you have.
WHEN: August 4, 2021 - 8PM EST
Sign up on the
Master Class page
Culture: Turning Adversity Into Championships
Learn the five strategies to turn problems into opportunities. Gain the tools necessary to minimize frustration and maximize success.
Coaching Through Adversity
Join TJ in a discussion about coaching through hard things and circumstances and leading your team well.
Are you ready to make a billion-dollar decision?
Having clarity on the values of your culture can help you make a ‘billion-dollar’ decision that may define your program for years to come.
What role does fear play in your program?
In this full timeout video TJ provides a simple tip to implement when fear creeps in.
Bringing out the Best in your Players
Learn the fear-based tactics we so often use as coaches and discover how to use positive motivators that will truly inspire your players.
Teaching Shot Selection
Why teaching shot selection will win you more games next season.
Winning at the Free Throw Line
This course is designed to give you practical and easy to apply teaching concepts to help your players perform better individually and as a team from the free throw line. TJ also provides examples of free throw shooting drills that you can incorporate into your practices and workouts to make free throws an everyday point […]
Sam Allen hosts discussion on the best tactics for attacking pressure and essential habits for your players implement.
5 Mistakes Coaches Make In Games
TJ shares the dos and don’ts of in-game coaching.
Coaching Through Failure
Sam and PGC Director, Adam Turner, discuss knowing your core values and non-negotiables and how to have the conviction to fight for them every day.
Improving Your In-Game Coaching Mindset
Sam discusses with members how to improve your mindset in-games and the difference between reactive and deliberate in a variety of game situations.
What’s Not Working
TJ leads a discussion on what’s not working well for coaches especially shot selection and some tips on how to get better in practice.
Handling Pressure Defense
Sam leads a call on handling defensive pressure in both the full court and half court situations. Instilling an attack mindset and winning habits is also a must.
Diagnose Your Offense
TJ provides some insight into how you can diagnose your offensive system and strategy.
Shot Selection and Shot Generation
Shot selection is only one part of the equation. Have you taught your players shot generation?
Shot Selection Breakdown – Part 2
In part 2 of this breakdown TJ looks at 3 pt attempts taken by Gonzaga and then his team and share how he used this film to teach his team better shot selection.
Shot Selection Breakdown – Part 1
In part 1 of this All-Access film breakdown TJ compares and contrasts 2 pt attempts his team is taking with that of Gonzaga and shares how he used these clips to teach his players.
A player must learn to be more aggressive if they choose risky baseline drives.
Chalk Wars w/TJ & Tyler – Small Ball
Tyler and TJ discuss the pros and cons of going small and what you can do to counter defensively.
5 Ways to Lower Turnovers – Part 2
PGC Director, Micah Hayes continues with the last three ways to lower turnovers in your program, intentional training, intentional play, and mentality.
Chalk Wars w/TJ & Tyler – Defending the Long Ball
TJ goes over how he would defend a team that wants to play fast and shoot the 3.
5 Ways to Lower Turnovers – Part 1
Micah Hayes teaches how you can use the K.I.S.S. principle and emphasize building dominant habits within your program to lower turnovers.
Pain Point Series – Rebounding
Lack of rebounding and blocking out is a common complaint for coaches. Hear TJ share one way you can investigate and resolve your rebounding frustrations.
Pain Point Series – Paint Touches
One way to create quality inside-out looks for your team is to encourage paint touches via the drive. TJ Rosene shares a player development tip to solve this pain point and why working on the first step isn’t always enough.
Defensive Free Throw
Teaching Defensive Angles
Developing a Great Staff
TJ Rosene and Sam Allen will take you through a course that outlines the role of head coaches and assistant coaches in taking ownership of developing a great staff for your programs.
Being Proactive with Parents
It pays to be proactive and prepared with parents. In this course Mano outlines how to build great relationships with parents in your program.
5 Things ADs Appreciate in a Coach
Sam and special guest, Athletic Director, Ryan Dyer will be sharing on how coaches build great relationships with their administrators.
How to Win at Home
We know the demands of the season have an impact on our families. In this bonus session, Mano outlines strategies to develop better relationships in parenting and marriage.
Help Your Players Achieve More
Develop the mindset of your players and help them not only perform, but also develop at high level.
Communicating with Parents
Parents are too often a pain point in our programs. Sam gives his advice on how to help you stay on track with setting boundaries and expectations when it comes to communicating with parents.
Effective Parent Communication
Discover the importance of enrolling your parents and being proactive in parent communication. Set the foundation for a great season with communication strategies you can use throughout the year in times of success and adversity.
Get Your Players Get Recruited
Dive into recruiting best practices with the Key5 team. Learn 3 things coaches need to do to help their players get recruited and be ready for the next level.
Translating Practice Time to Game Time
Sam, PGC Director, Edward LeBlanc and members discuss some specific drills and concepts that can be used in practice that carry over to games.
Master Planning Your Season
In order to take advantage of our off seasons we have to become a master planner. In this master class we’ll share how to build for next season in all 5 categories.
Do your practices match your games?
Sam and TJ speak to the importance of making sure the work you put in matches the desired outcome in games.
Jenny Boucek Interview
Focusing on Player Development and Master Teaching, Jenny dives into the importance of “letting the game be the teacher” and bringing clarity as a coach.
22 “1%-ers” You Can Use This Season
Sometimes it’s the smallest adjustments that can make the biggest difference. As a coach, when you can improve by 1% each day, your team and players can as well.