One of the original No Limit Performance trainees and Bridgewater College (NCAA D3) guard Tim Dougan has been named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NACB) Honors Court.
The NABC Honors Court recognizes men’s college basketball players who excelled in academics during the past season. To be eligible for the Honors Court, players must be a junior or senior on the team and have a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or higher at the conclusion of the 2015-16 academic year.
TimTim is one of the first guys that TRUSTED the process and understood the importance of combining school and athletics. He will be a senior next season majoring in Health and Exercise Science. He has been fantastic for No Limit this summer as part of our crew of trainers.
Coach Mark Walton – New Head Coach for University of Guelph (CIS)
Coach Walton is the inspiration and longtime mentor for the No Limit Performance crew. He is welcomed with over 40 years of coaching experience. Walton’s basketball background is highlighted with national and international awards and acclaim earned by defeating many USA Today nationally ranked men’s and women’s teams.
On July 25, 2016 he was named the head coach for University of Guelph Women’s Basketball team.
“We are incredibly proud to announce Mark Walton as our women’s basketball coach for this upcoming season,” said U of G director of athletics, Scott McRoberts, in the media release.
“Coach Walton’s values align perfectly with those of our university community. His basketball IQ, personality and past coaching experience have well prepared him to lead this team and build a winning program. Most importantly, he genuinely wants to have a positive impact in the lives of our student-athletes and will make them better players and people.”
Congratulations to Coach Mark Walton.
No Limit Performance in Lithuania 2016
No Limit Performance lead trainer, Mihai Raducanu, travels to Kaunas, Lithuania every year to train some of the top up and coming players as well as seasoned professional players.
These are the highlights from 2016 and are filmed and produced by the one and only, Reece Fisher, of Instillment Video Productions.
Vice Sports featuring NLP gym and project
Raducanu lead trainer for North Pole Hoops Circuit
Skill Development. Character Development. National Exposure.
The 2016 NPH Showcase circuit will kick off in Halifax, Nova Scotia March 25-27!
North Pole Hoops has recently announced that Mihai Raducanu of No Limit Performance is the 2016 NPH Showcase Lead Camp Instructor. Mihai will spearhead skill development for Canadian basketball prospects across the country.
“I look forward to being the lead instructor for the 2016 NPH Showcase. I will teach the importance of character development on and off the court,” says Raducanu.
“We will help develop the skills of campers, through consistent hard work and repetition.”
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"Be true to yourself.
Make each day your masterpiece.
Drink deeply from good books.
Make friendship a fine art.
Build shelter against a rainy day.
Pray for guidance and give thanks for your blessings every day."
- John Wooden (His Creed)
"Usually I don't care what others do as long as they truthfully say what they do. But insecure people decorate their achievements, "interpreting" the truth to drag it within reach, which devalues the accomplishments of those who respected the truth. As a society we don't test because we don't want to know. We put the ball on a tee to be certain of a hit. Participation earns a trophy. Podiums have five steps. There is no penalty for losing. This, when virtually every coach and player and thinker agree that losing teaches the lessons; while winning results from having learned (and applied) those lessons. Without tests or boundaries how is one supposed to grow? When everyone is a winner who is left to learn the lessons? Conscious rejection of objective measuring sticks and periodic tests suggests the decline and fall of mankind. Today we're a species of pretenders, and wanna-bes, and (in this country) obesity. I say bring on the killer cockroaches and whoever survives can start this party over".
- Martijn MaaskantMihai has a special place in my heart! One of the first dudes I recruited when I was the assistant at Coastal Carolina University . Great kid, great player( you heard it from me) he will be one of our best Nation Coaches. He will take over Canadian development, he has that much talent! I am fired up about Mihai and No Limit Performance! I think every player in Canada has to train with them. You will be glad you did!!"
- Ganon Baker