Good NRGY Awareness Program

The Good NRGY Awareness Program is designed to help our athletes become more conscious by giving them tools to calm their minds when dealing with adversity, and having the emotional intelligence to communicate their feelings clearly and thoroughly. One of the main components of the program is Meditation. Meditation has proven to be extremely beneficial for focus, mental well being, and changes in behavior for both adults and children around the world. To be able to blend meditation and basketball together has worked wonders for our athletes and ultimately we hope the entire community will benefit. Today, given the influence of social media, many children are so self conscious and worried about their “image” more than they are with their mental state of being. As coaches and parents we must guide our youth in the right direction, to show them that basketball is a tool to help build character and traits you will take with you for the rest of your life! If we teach them at a young age how to have mental, physical, and spiritual alignment, the opportunities will be endless.

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Meditation & Mindfullness

One of the main components of the program is Meditation. Meditation has proven to be extremely beneficial for focus, mental well being, and changes in behavior for both adults and children around the world. To be able to blend meditation and basketball together has worked wonders for our athletes and ultimately we hope the entire community will benefit.

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Good NRGY Goes To Harvard University

On October 9th 2019, The Good NRGY Basketball program went on an exciting trip to Harvard University. We started off our day touring the campus and allowing the kids to get a taste of the college life. They learned about the history of the dorms, the rigorous academic curriculum, and got a chance to meet a couple college basketball coaches, an amazing experience for young HS athletes.