No Limit Performance Community, thank you for visiting.  This is your No Limit News for November 2017.



OBA Event Guest Trainer

During the weekend of November 3 – 5, 2017 Mihai Raducanu and Brittany MacFarlane were able to run three (3) training sessions for over 300 players at the Ontario Fall Shootout in Toronto. The shootout was organized by the Ontario Basketball Association and hosted 90 teams from all over the Province for U13 to U15 players (boys and girls). During the sessions Mihai and Britt were assisted by up and coming Brampton area trainer Troy Dennie (High Impact Hoops) and Canadian Women’s National Team Assistant Coach and Ryerson Rams Women’s Head Coach, Carly Clarke.




Senior NLP Trainers Getting After it!!

Mike Hurley, Clinton Springer and Phil Mosley – are leading the Niagara College (OCAA) Men’s team in fashion as the team is ranked provincially and off to a 4-2 start for the season

Courtney Kilyk – is leading Niagara College (OCAA) with 14 points and 8 rebounds per game as the Knights are provincially ranked with a 4-2 record

Taylor Chiarot – Wins HWCAA Girls Junior Championship as Head Coach for St. Thomas More High School, Hamilton

Aleks Miljenovic – has kicked off his senior season as a starter for Daemen College (NCAA D2) and he is averaging 12 points and 6 rebounds per game thus far.

Young NLP Trainers Growing!!

Genille Kroeker has been slowly integrating some of the younger NLP players in her City of St. Catharines Developmental Program as coaches and growing them. Emily Bonisteel, Justin Christi and Mason MacEachern have grown and are now able to help our senior trainers during Sunday Sessions.




Christmas Break Sessions

We will be offering Individuals, Drop In Sessions and a Mini Camp during the break. Information will be released shortly for you to sign up.




Mihai and Ganon Baker

Mihai and Ganon Baker spent six (6) – twelve (12) hour days cooped up in a gym with the talented Reece Fisher while filming over 1,500 videos as part of a very comprehensive basketball curriculum that is separated in four (4) categories – Basic, Intermediate, Advanced and Professional. The curriculum will be released to the public in February 2018.

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