For Boys & Girls Entering 7th through High School
A 120 minute program that focuses on both Strength & Conditioning and Basketball Skills Training. The program will include a 60 minute Strength & Conditioning segment and a 60 minute Basketball Skills Training segment.
Strength & Conditioning Focus: Increasing the athletes overall strength, speed and agility. By incorporating strength movements, plyometrics and conditioning drills, athletes will move more efficiently and effectively on the basketball court.
Basketball Skills Training Focus: The sessions are not limited to, but focus on these four areas: Form, Shooting, Ballhandling, and Offensive Skills
50 Lisbon St.
San Rafael, CA 94901
Players will need to attend at least 12 workouts.
14 workouts are available, which gives players the opportunity to miss 2 workouts over the 8 week program, due to summer break.
Limited to 12 players.
Growing up in Colorado, Audie played lacrosse, ran cross-country and swam at Monarch High School. She lettered all four years on varsity in all three sports. After graduating from Monarch, she attended Boise State University for her undergrad and ran cross-country and track, while also playing club lacrosse. Audie graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science and Fitness Evaluation with a Minor in Psychology. She served as the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Boise State Men's Club Lacrosse team during her senior year.
Upon graduation from Boise State, Audie moved to Savannah, Georgia to complete her Masters of Science in Sports Medicine with an emphasis in Strength and Conditioning from Armstrong State University. She worked as the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Savannah College of Art and Design's (SCAD) Men's Lacrosse team, as well as the Assistant Strength Coach at Anderson Cohen Weight Lifting. At Anderson Cohen, she also assisted with the Armstrong State University's Women's Volleyball team.
After graduating from Armstrong State, she moved to San Mateo, CA to intern at Sparta Science, a top tier strength and conditioning facility for high school, college and professional athletes. During her time there she worked with Santa Clara University's Women's Volleyball team. From Sparta, she was hired to work with Dominican University Women's Basketball and Men's Lacrosse teams. She also worked as a Master Trainer at 24 Hour Fitness in Larkspur.
Audie joined North Bay Basketball Academy as the Director of the Strength and Speed program in 2015. She also serves as the Strength and Conditioning Coach for Dominican and is assisting the Varsity Girl's Lacrosse team at Marin Catholic High School. The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) recognizes her as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS).
Michael played high school ball at Marin Catholic where he was the Marin County Athletic League MVP in his junior and senior year. Michael is still the career scoring (1423) and rebounding (968) leader in the school's history and he led Marin Catholic to its best season ever (29-5) in 2005.
In 2004 and 2005, the San Francisco Chronicle selected Michael as a member of the prestigious San Francisco Bay Area team. In 2005, the San Francisco Chronicle selected him as the North Bay Player of the year, and Cal Hi Sports selected Michael third team All-State.
Michael then went on to to play D1 basketball at University of Hartford where he was1st Team All Conference Defense and became the first player in Hartford's Division I history to finish with more than 200 points, 150 rebounds, 100 assists and 50 steals in a season.
As the Associate Director and lead trainer with NBBA, Michael has become known as one of the best coaches and trainers in Northern California. In 2014, Miami Heat head coach, Erik Spoelstra, brought Michael to Miami to in-service his coaching staff for the newly formed Erik Spoelstra Basketball Academy.
Growing up as the son of one of the most successful basketball coaches in Northern California, Coach Winter has been around the game of basketball since birth. He played high school basketball for his father and NBBA Executive Director, Rick Winter, at Marin Catholic High School (CA) and was a two-year letter winner at the varsity level. In his senior year, Coach Winter led his team in scoring, served as a team captain and earned the honors of 2nd Team All-League and Honorable Mention All-Bay Area.
While attending Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY, Coach Winter served as a student manager for Cornell University Men's Basketball team from August 2012 through December 2013. With Cornell he was an active participant during practices and games, worked out players before and after practices as well as during the offseason, and assisted with travel plans for team road trips. He also aided coaches with organizing their recruiting databases and creating itineraries for their recruiting trips.
In December 2013, Coach Winter graduated a semester early with Magna Cum Laude honors from Ithaca College with a Bachelor of Science in Sport Management and a minor in Economics. On January 1st, 2014, Coach Winter began working for NBBA's sister program in Miami, the Erik Spoelstra Basketball Academy (ESBA) as the Associate Director. With ESBA he is in charge of all day-to-day duties with skill clinics, camps, and travel teams. While in Miami he helped place numerous players at the next level, whether it be at the Junior College, NAIA, or NCAA level. He is entering his third year with ESBA.
Coach Winter has been working with NBBA on and off since 2010. He was an active participant in the opening of NBBA and created the Academy's logo. During the summers while he was home from college, Coach Winter was in charge and oversaw the summer high school tournaments and incoming freshman league, coached travel teams, ran skill clinics, and also worked out college players preparing them for their upcoming seasons. In November 2015, he moved back to Marin County and was named the Director of Business Development and Director of HS Showcase Teams & Team Travel.