CT’s program is a difference-maker for elite players around the world and requires you to push through.
Minneapolis, Minnesota (PRWEB) April 04, 2015
MOTI Sports launched this week a Kickstarter campaign to fund the development of a basketball video-training series conducted by elite basketball trainer, Christopher Thomas (“CT”). The video series will blend motion-capture 3D animation and live-actor footage to precisely demonstrate what’s to be learned. The video-training series will push aspiring elite players through a 4-week training program designed to improve athletic conditioning and basketball skills. CT’s program is a difference-maker for elite players around the world and requires you to “push through.” The Kickstarter campaign is running until 11.59pm on April 5, 2015.
To help demonstrate the proposed video series, MOTI Sports also launched the CT15 – Difference-Maker Workouts by MOTI Sports in the Apple App and Google Play Stores. The app is available as a free download. Viewers will be able to see CT’s teaching style and the enhanced learning 3D motion-capture footage delivers.
For more information please go to http://www.motisports.com/ct
About Christopher Thomas - CT:
An Elite Nike Trainer, CT has trained players around the world and conducted clinics in major countries with the likes of Maya Moore, LeBron James, Kevin Durant, and Kobe Bryant. His Nike Clinics are in China, Europe, and Taiwan. CT has done camps for the Jordan Brand, as well as camps in the United States for John Lucas and Boo Williams.
For more information, please visit: http://www.1worlddomination.com
About the MOTI Sports, Inc.:
MOTI Sports, Inc. provides, via 3D technology, unique coaching tools that enhance coaches’ ability to teach, player’s ability to learn, and enhancing the parents’ ability to enjoy the game. MOTI Sports, Inc. has the patented 3D Coaching Simulation Tool, of which Version 2 will be available in 2015.
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