The Club’s training system is the product of years of experience of its coaches. The current structure of our system has been created for almost 60 years and is unique in Poland. Its defining features are mass charactercontinuity and quality. As a result, the Club has produced a number of Polish national team players and several dozen top league players. It has also repeatedly been recognized as the best Polish club which provides training for children and youth. Our system focuses strongly on combining education with sport. At each training stage, we work with top educational institutions, from the elementary school level to the university level. We collaborate with Elementary School no. 13 (SP nr 13), which runs sports classes with a basketball profile and the Sports Championship Academic High School (ALMS), which provides a dormitory for our team players.

We are constantly improving the quality of our training system, adjusting it to the needs of the community and modern basketball. The Sports Championship Academic High School at the Jacob of Paradies University has been operating since September 2017. The Club also has two first-league teams, which are the basis of our top league team.

The current training system was developed by Coach Dariusz Maciejewski.

Training Stages

The Club’s training program is divided into 4 stages. They are closely interrelated and form a coherent system ensuring a holistic development of young players, setting them on an exciting career path.  We understand that basketball is a dynamic and demanding game. For this reason, we put great emphasis on the development of comprehensive athleticism from an early age. Regular and properly balanced stimulation of the body gradually prepares the athletes for increasingly higher performance requirements and training loads.

The correct movement habits developed during the first stages form the basis for the technique and tactics of the game taught in the later stages. Long-term player development is supported by a number of basketball professionals and specialists in athletics, strength-training and other sports.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stage 1, Elementary schools based in towns which participate in the “Education, Sports, Future” program, and the Impuls Junior Basketball Academy

  • sports classes in Elementary School no. 13 in Gorzów

- 5 training sessions per week for all classes

- once a quarter, 4th, 5th and 6th graders play in the Enea Mini Basket League tournaments

- 7th and 8th graders play in macro-regional youth league games (Liga Dolnośląska Młodziczek U-14) and play for the Polish U14 national team.

 

  • Local community groups from Gorzów: training sessions in Elementary School no. 1 (SP nr 1)

- 1st, 2nd and 3rd graders: training sessions twice a week (as part of the Impuls Junior Basketball Academy)

- 4th grade: training sessions at least three times a week

- 5th grade: training sessions at least four times a week

- 6th grade: training sessions at least five times a week

- once a quarter, they play in the Enea Mini Basket League tournaments

- 7th and 8th graders: training sessions five times a week

- they play in macro-regional youth league games   (Liga Dolnośląska Młodziczek U-14) and they play for the Polish U14 national team.

 

  • in the other locations

- 4th grade: training sessions at least twice a week

- 5th grade: training sessions at least three times a week

- 6th grade: training sessions at least four times a week

- once a quarter, they play in the Enea Mini Basket League tournaments.

 

Stage 2, Elementary School no.13 and local community groups (7th-8th grade)

 - selected players from elementary schools participating in the “Education, Sports, Future” program are invited to attend training sessions at Elementary School no. 13 and those of the local community groups. The sessions are held in the afternoon at the sports hall of High School no. 1 at Puszkina Street. Team members from outside the city of Gorzów can stay at the dormitory.

- 10 hours a week under the guidance of basketball coaches and 6 hours of athletic training, strength-training and other sports.

- participation in the following games and tournaments: macro-regional youth league games (Liga Dolnośląska Młodziczek U-14, Liga Dolnośląska Kadetek U-16) and games for the Polish U14 and U16 national teams.

 

Stage 3, Sports Championship Academic High School (ALMS) at JPUthe Jacob of Paradies University and the University of Physical Education (AWF) in Gorzów Wlkp.

- selected players from local community groups and Elementary School no. 13 start to attend ALMS. Team members from outside the city of Gorzów can stay at the dormitory.

- after graduating from high school, basketball players have the opportunity to study at local universities which allow them to combine high quality education with a sports career: The Jacob of Paradies University and the University of Physical Education (AWF) in Gorzów Wlkp.

- 10 hours a week under the guidance of basketball coaches and 8 hours of athletic training, strength-training and other sports.

- participation in national and macro-regional league games (First League and Liga Dolnośląska U-18), games for the Polish U18, U20 and U22 national teams, the Polish senior national team, and the national team playing in Women's World University Games.

Stage 4, The most talented players join the senior team

  - participation in top league games, Basket Liga Kobiet (BLK), and games for the Polish senior national team.

 

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