12. Chris Oliver & Alex Sarama - Using a Games Based and Constraints Led Approach
The Coaches Club Podcast
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Episode 26 - SPORT VITAMINS (ENG) / guest Alex Sarama, Player Development Coach - COLLEGE BASKETBALL
SPORT VITAMINS IS BACK!Being a coach with creative ideas is key in modern basketball, especially when it comes to developing young players.We've Always Done It That Way is a very dangerous phrase and absolutely don’t apply well to being at the forefront of teaching basketball skills.Todays guest is Alex Samsara, player development coach at College Basketball, a talent factory in Borgomanero, Italy.Alex has an extremely interesting approach to teaching individual and team skills aimed at maximizing retention from practice to the game.Enjoy the show!SPORT VITAMINS IS BACK
Alex Sarama "A Constraints Led Approach to Teaching"
Basketball Performance Podcast
Alex Sarama joins us on the basketball performance podcast. Alex is one of the brightest young coaches out there and is an out of the box thinker when it comes to challenging traditional ways of doing things to get better results. Today we go through: 1.) Alex's background and how he got into basketball 2.) How teaching through a games and constraints led approach has led to much better results. 3.) Conceptual offense and many many more interesting topics.
Timeout - British Basketball with Basketball England
Described by host coach Tony Garbelotto as 'one of the most innovative coaches working in our game today', current Pallencanestro College coach Alex Sarama talks about life in Italy and his career so far.
Episode 155: Alex Sarama and Chris Oliver, Geeking Out on Basketball Immersion Concepts
The Basketball Podcast
Episode 2: Tightrope walking... Featuring Alex Sarama
The Anxious Baller Podcast
Alex Sarama is currently (2020-2021) the lead Player Development at Pallecanestro College Basket and a Creative Mind at Basketball Immersion. Alex has coached at various levels and shares his insight on finding balance in coaching, exploring new experiences and letting go of comparing himself with others. Alex is a great friend, and is more than just a basketball coach. You can find Alex on Instagram and Twitter as @alexsarama and @AlexJSarama.
Alex Sarama joins the Small-Sided Pod Coaching Development Series to discuss how coaches can use small-sided games to enhance their practices. Sarama is from England and has been coaching basketball since he was 14. He now works for Basketball Immersion and as a consultant for clubs and federations across Europe. Sarama goes in-depth for coaches on how they can create small-sided games that emphasize their program's concepts and principles while giving players a game-like environment. He also gives tips for how coaches can incorporate decision-making elements that encourage development and creativity for their players. Sarama discusses how to structure practices when using small-sided games and how coaches can still emphasize 5v5 concepts while using 2v2, 3v3 teaching situations.
Episode 31: Transformational Coaching with Alex Sarama
Sports Business Secrets
Have you ever done dribbling drills with cones? What about the 3-man weave? Well you might rethink that after listening to this episode!Alex has coached some of the top young talent from all over the world and his transformational coaching strategy is next level!
Alex Sarama - International Basketball Coach - Episode 309
Alex Sarama most recently coached with Elite Academy in Belgium as the Technical Director in after three years working with the NBA. In his role as Associate Manager for Basketball Operations, Alex worked on NBA initiatives across Europe, Middle East & Africa to grow the game of basketball. This involved extensive travel to deliver clinics for both players and coaches all over the world, as well as coaching within programs such as the Jr. NBA, NBA Player Camps, Basketball without Borders, NBA Global Camp and NBA Global Games.Within Elite Academy, Alex acted as Technical Director overseeing the player and coach development for all age group teams and coaches in the program. Additionally, he was the Head Coach for the U16 and U18 Boy’s teams.Growing up in Guildford, England, Sarama was previously the founder and director of Goldhawks Basketball from 2011 – 2016. The club was based in Guildford, Surrey, where Alex worked with over 200+ youth players.We just launched our Hoop Heads Pod Webinar Series with some of the top minds in the game across all levels, from grassroots to the NBA. If you’re focused on improving your coaching and your team, we’ve got you covered! Visit hoopheadspod.com/webinars to get registered. After you’re finished listening to the show hop over to iTunes leave us a 5 star rating and review to help others in the basketball community find the Hoop Heads Podcast. If you haven’t told a friend or coaching colleague about the show, what are you waiting for? Tell them to subscribe now on their favorite podcast app so they never miss an episode. You can find all the show notes plus every episode we’ve ever recorded on our website hoopheadspod.comGet your notebook and grab a pen so you can take some notes as you listen to this episode with Alex Sarama, International Basketball Coach.Twitter - @AlexJSarama