Competitive Greatness In-Season Skill Development Program

Registration is open now! Sign up for ONLY $4.99 for the 4-Week Program before it launches on 10/29!

Improve shooting, ball handling, footwork, and other on-court skills in our 8 or 12-week progressive program!*

Program Release Date: Sunday, January 14th, 2018

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This program is designed as an add-on to your current practice schedule.  This training program gives your programming to improve your skills during the season outside of practice!

All Programs Include:

  • 8 or 12-Weeks of Intensive Online Programming (3-4 Workouts/Week)

  • Access to our Online Platform

  • Video Demonstrations

  • Techniques proven effective at the highest levels of college and professional basketball

Emphasis of This Program:

  • Ball Handling

  • Mid-Range Shooting

  • 3-Point Shooting

  • Finishing at the Rim

  • Footwork

Taylor Wayer's Credentials

Professional Experience

- Owner of Competitive Greatness & GRIT Strength - serving as Director of Player Development/Athletic Performance Coaching

- Worked directly with IU Men's Basketball Team - Summer 2017

- Trained athletes for over 10 years

- Currently works with over 300 athletes from middle school up to college/professional athletes

College - Indiana University

- 4 years of NCAA Division I Playing Experience

- 2013 Big Ten Conference Champion

- 2 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 Appearances

- Holds multiple single season, and school records for IU Basketball weight-lifting

- 3-time Academic All-Big Ten selection

High School - Bishop Chatard

- All-State selection

- City-County All Star

- Indianapolis All-City Selection

- Finished Top 25 in the state of Indiana for 3-point Field Goal Percentage twice (2009 & 2010)

Coaching

- Associate Head Coach - High School Level

- AAU Head Coach

- Experience working with high-caliber athletes, including current Professional Athletes, and current college basketball players playing NCAA Division I, Division II, DIII, NAIA, and junior college basketball.

*Results may vary from athlete to athlete