TRAIN WITH MICAH LANCASTER
TRAINING WITH MICAH LANCASTER
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The Trainer Players Travel to See, Micah Lancaster, is the creator of skill training innovations that have been popularized around the world and is one of the world’s most recognized and respected skill development trainers. As the creator of the modern day training methodology known as Skill Enhancement training, Micah has worked with NBA players such as Victor Oladipo, Kyrie Irving, Karl-Anthony Towns, Brandon Ingram, Cedi Osman, OG Anunoby, Malcolm Brogdon, Evan Turner, Marcus Morris, Avery Bradley, Jeff Green, Norman Powell, Delon Wright, Jewell Lloyd, and the 2018 Indiana Pacers.
TRAVEL TO TRAIN WITH MICAH
In 2019, over 200 players traveled from around the world for training with Micah Lancaster, Bryce Stanhope, and the rest of the world-class staff that trains out of the I’m Possible Skill Lab World Headquarters.
THE TRAINER OF TRAINERS
Micah Lancaster is known to many as a “basketball scientist”, and has certified and educated thousands of trainers through his I’m Possible Trainer Certification and Trainer University program.
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USE MICAH’S TRAINING TOOLS
Micah Lancaster has created many of the world’s most popular and effective basketball training tools. His inventions, such as the RipCone, Med Gripball, Weighted Tennis Ball, and Footwork GripMat are used by athletes all over the globe. Recently, his addition of the RipCone Training Set, is in the process of revolutionizing the training world once again.
Inventor of the Rip Cone
Weighted Tennis Ball
Inventor of the Weighted Tennis Ball
Med Ball Training
Originator of the Medicine Basketball training methodology
Skill Lab Training Backboard
Co-Inventor of the Skill Lab Training Backboard
Footwork Training System
Creator of the World’s First and Only Basketball Footwork Training System
Nike Basketball London
Directed Clinic with Kobe Bryant for Nike Basketball London
Directed Kyrie3 and Kyrie4 training events for Kyrie Irving and Nike Basketball (2017 and 2018)