Quick links to blogs I reference on a regular basis:
1. Hoop Consultants: Mike Procopio has taken the basketball world by storm as he carves his niche in the rising world of player development working with NBA players like Kobe Bryant. Mike’s blog provides great material for individual training, as well as a fresh perspective on the game.
3. Stronger Team: Basketball performance consultant Alan Stein’s Stronger Team provides innovative, yet purposeful basketball-specific strength & conditioning information to help players and coaches of all levels maximize their potential.
4. George Raveling: George Raveling, referred to by many as “Coach”, is Nike’s Director of International Basketball. George is a husband, a father, a friend, and a mentor to many. George has traveled the world, and maintains an insatiable passion about ideas, people, places and things.
5. Hoop Thoughts: Veteran college basketball coach, Bob Starkey, has coached both men’s and women’s teams. He does an awesome job of distributing materials and insights from leading coaches and athletes related to the game of basketball.
6. Coaching Basketball Blog by FastModel: The basketball software company provides insights on all aspects of coaching and motivation.
1. Andy Andrews: Hailed by a New York Times writer as a “modern-day Will Rogers who has quietly become one of the most influential people in America.”
2. Michael Hyatt: Michael’s personal blog is focused on “intentional leadership.” His mission is to help you live with more passion, work with greater focus and lead with extraordinary influence.
3. Christian Faith at Work: Thought provoking blog discussing Christian identity in the workplace.
1. Without Wax: Pete Wilson is the insightful pastor at Cross Point Church in Nashville, TN. His commentary of the Christian life in today’s world brings a youthful perspective that will challenge and encourage young, as well as old, Christians.
3. Brad Alles: Helping Christians defend their faith and explain their worldview.
4. The Gospel Coalition: TGC’s blog features a community of voices who promote gospel-centered ministry for the next generation. We discuss the Bible, theology, church history, books, culture, and more, so join in the conversation as we seek to glorify God in what we do and say.