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Club Programs

The One Pass Ahead Club is designed to help players develop their fundamental skills, as well as the basics of team play. Top tier coaching is centered around teaching fundamentals. Defense, Discipline and Dedication are the three main building blocks for which we strive.

One Pass Ahead is committed to excellence through hard work and practice.
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One Pass Ahead Basketball is a premier club to train young athletes to become complete players. Our formula is lived out in our culture, supported by our coaches and the basis of each camp and travel team.

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About One Pass Ahead

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Carbs are an athlete's main fuel. Your body changes them to glucose, a form of sugar, and stores it in your muscles as glycogen.

When you exercise, your body changes glycogen into energy. If you exercise for under 90 minutes, you have enough glycogen in your muscles, even for high-intensity activities. But if your workout is longer than that, use these strategies:

"Carbohydrate loading for 3 or 4 days before an event can help top up your glycogen stores,” says sports dietitian Joy Dubost, PhD. Eat a diet that gets about 70% of its calories from carbohydrates, including breads, cereals, pasta, fruit, and vegetables, to achieve maximum carbohydrate storage.

  • On the day of a big event, eat your last meal 3 to 4 hours before exercising, to give your stomach time to empty.
  • Avoid eating sugary or starchy foods within 30 minutes of starting an activity; they can speed up dehydration.
  • Replenish carbs, minerals, and water during long exercise sessions.
  • Eat a snack and drink fluid every 15 to 20 minutes.
  • Refined carbohydrates (with sugar or flour) pass quickly into the bloodstream, where they fuel working muscles.
  • Many athletes prefer sports bars, sports drinks, or gels, since they're so convenient. But fruit and fruit juice are also excellent choices.

Reload on carbohydrates after intensive exercise, too. "Since you don't need quick energy, it's best to choose less refined carbohydrates" such as a whole-grain bagel or carrot sticks, which provide both carbohydrates and a rich array of nutrients, Dubost says.

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Program Fees

Fall Ball $450 - $950
Spring Break Camps
Summer Warrior Camps $120
Intensity Camps
Travel Teams
$850 - $1700
Individual Training
$150 - $600
University Camps

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