Easy is Bad

At GRBC, we’re not just about honing basketball skills. We’re about equipping players with knowledge and resources that extend beyond the court – empowering them to become their best possible selves.

Last week, we were honored to have Dr. D-Nice speak to players and parents about caring for their bodies. Today, we want to know… did you incorporate these tips into your week? Parents, have you been motivating your player(s) to do better? Remember…

  • An athlete’s body is only as good as the fuel. Eat as close to the tree as possible. Meaning, eat an apple instead of apple sauce or a slice of apple pie.
  • Make sleep a priority – 9 hours is a must
  • On game day, the body needs water – drink water vs Gatorade
  • Relax – step away from workouts to allow your body to recover

To learn more or to schedule a personal assessment for your player, visit Dr. D-Nice at wisdomteethinger.com.

Dr. D-Nice Beaugelin

Join TJ Warren to help North Carolina

It’s been 8 days since #HurricaneFlorence hit the North Carolina coast leaving significant loss and damage in her path. Families displaced and many wondering how they’ll put back the pieces. There has been an outpouring of support throughout the state and from across state lines.

Phoenix Sun SF and GRBC Alum, TJ Warren, stepped up in a big way this week with his donation to Habitat for Humanity. He’s asking you to join him. Click here to donate today! It takes a village.

Click here to hear TJ’s message.

Middle School League – Registration Open

Parents & GRBC Players,

The registration for the JD Lewis Middle School (6th through 8th grade) League is open.  We recommend signing up for this.  This has been a great way to continually improve and develop.  Please go to www.jdlyouthcamps.com and sign up this week.

The deadline is this Friday at noon!

Don’t miss out.

GRBC Alum, Thomas Allen, Gives Back to the Community

Former Garner Road player, Thomas Allen, is already making headlines just days before the start of his sophomore year. On Saturday, August 4, Allen rallied his fellow Huskers together for a back-to-school drive benefiting Everett Elementary School in Lincoln, Nebraska. Allen spearheaded the entire event – organizing every detail.

“The reason behind it is just to help somebody out. That’s pretty much the whole thing to me…seeing somebody else smile.” – Thomas Allen

Click here for more.

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