Who Pivotal Is For

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Dedicated post players who want a greater reward for all the effort you’re giving to this sport.

Eligibility: Camps open to incoming 8th-grade, high school, and college players. Camps are co-ed with male and female athletes separated on the court during competitive action.

  • Get the Most Out of Your Training.
  • If you're looking at this site, you may be unique in your height and your passion. Regardless of your height, we've proven that Pivotal can make you a force to be reckoned with. Nonetheless, all post players deserve unique training — instruction that’s achieved outstanding results for players just like you.
Why should guards have all the fun?
Quite often they transition from one three-point line to another. You’re running further and banging against bodies all game long. You deserve to touch that ball and use the talents God has given you. The great news is we’ve got the techniques that will showcase your talent.
Why are you searching for training and instruction today?
Perhaps your goal is to make the varsity team or to play more minutes? Perhaps your goal is to be that select player that rarely comes off the floor? Or perhaps your dreams are bigger, and you’re working to get a college scholarship?
But what’s going to separate you from all the other players who also have height?
Unless you want your opportunities to be limited to a mere passing glance from coaches, you need to distance yourself from the pack by having a better skill set and better production.

What separates us from the competition?

Not all instruction is the same. The answer for you is not to pick the newest instruction offered by some current or former NBA post player.

Why not? The NBA game is different. It’s structured to be entertainment. Ever been whistled for “illegal defense” in a high school game? That’s an NBA rule designed to allow for one-on-one play and force the defense to stay spread out on the floor. This means NBA post players can dribble multiple times in their effort to score. When you match up against quality high school and college competition, you’ll face defenses with good help-side principles. This means the other defenders can bother (and trap) the post much more easily.

So how is it possible simply to increase your scoring opportunities and score more than everyone else? Those are the secrets Coach Mueller learned during his college days back in 2004. Secrets that forever changed his focus from one where his players jacked up "threes," to one where his teams got high percentage shots in the paint, and post play became the 'pivotal' focus to the offense. (No pun intended.)

If you gain nothing else from this site, remember this: Not all trainers are the same.