The team at Dr. Dish Basketball is extremely honored to be awarded the Gold Medal in the "Excellence in Innovation" Awards Program by Coaching Management magazine for our recent release of Skill Builder. Below is the complete release from their most recent issue.
Coaching Management has created the "Excellence in Innovation" Awards Program to honor products that are game-changers for college and high school athletic teams. The award selections were based on reader polling. In this issue, we're pleased to present the medal recipients and finalists for Basketball Operations.
Skill Builder is the latest innovation of Dr. Dish Basketball's Training Management System. It allows coaches to create from scratch or select pre-made complete workouts that combine shooting, ball handling, and strength training drills; all of which can be run on a Dr. Dish machine with the touch of a button. Players can access these drills and workouts via the Dr. Dish mobile app or website and send the results of their workout instantly to their coaches. Skill Builder is a valuable addition to Dr. Dish Basketball's existing Training Management System, which allows coaches and players to increase accountability by tracking shooting percentages from each location on the floor.
This is very exciting for our team here at Dr. Dish Basketball as we've worked extremely hard to make Skill Builder the best solution to help accelerate skill development faster than ever. At Dr. Dish, everything we do is aimed to empower coaches, trainers, and players with the most innovative and user-friendly technology on the market. With Skill Builder coupled with our state-of-the-art training machines, we continue to push the envelope and establish ourselves on the leading edge of basketball training and technology.
While we are very proud of our products and accomplishments, we are never satisfied or complacent and will constantly strive for improvement! As always, at Dr. Dish Basketball we remember to train hard, train smart, and train with a purpose!
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