Overtraining can lead to Injuries

It was the broken bone heard around the world. We remember it like it was yesterday. It was March 31, 2013 in the first half of the NCAA tournament.  Louisville player Kevin Ware was in the air one minute, and the next, he was on the floor with his jagged tibia poking out of his […]

Fighting Childhood Obesity

If you’re a Gen X’er or older, you probably remember this scenario: You’d come home from school, change out of your school clothes into “play” clothes, grab a quick PB&J, and then your mom would tell you to go outside, and not to come back in until the streetlights came on. Sound familiar? Times have […]

It Takes a Village (Fire vs. Police)

Being a positive influence on kids is a team effort! Here at 360 Hoops, we know that basketball can be a positive, life-changing sport.  It give players a chance to channel energy into a game that takes them outside of their daily worries, and to build strength, wellness and skill at the same time.  It’s […]

Why 360 Hoops Benefits Young Players by Coach John Mahoney

In almost every sport, there are modified youth programs to help the younger players play. Soccer starts out with 4 v 4 on a smaller field and works their way up to 11 v 11. Baseball starts their young players with T-ball which enables more balls to be put into play while Hockey uses cross-ice […]