Winnipeg based basketball coach Jon Giesbrecht has announced a new service he is offering to provide and off-season development program with a new video breakdown and player development service. Jon brings experience from all levels, elementary school to university level.

Video experience includes work for FIBA (International Basketball Federation), FastDraw Contributor (FastModel Sports), 17U Manitoba Male Provincial team, and the Canadian Junior National Men's team... These experiences include advance and personnel reports. Additionally, Jon is associated with the University of Manitoba Men's Basketball program as an assistant coach (2nd Year), the head coach of the John Taylor Collegiate Junior Varsity boys team (5th Year), Manitoba Centre of Performance (Program provided through Basketball Manitoba - 1st Year), the Manitoba Basketball Academy (Head coach and director - Working with past and present provincial team players along with college and university players - 2nd Year).

What others are saying about Jon Giesbrecht:

Dan Becker (Basketball Manitoba Technical Director & 17U Male Provincial Head Coach) ~ "Jon has proven himself to be a great coach and an extremely talented video analyst. He has an excellent ability to use film as a tool to help improve teams and individuals improve in the sport of basketball. Jon’s work this past summer with our 17U team was a major reason we won gold at the National Championships."

Stephan Walton (5th Year - University of Manitoba Men's Basketball Player) ~ "I consider Jon Giesbrecht to be second to very few in his knowledge for basketball training in Winnipeg. He has a very bright future in developing skill, and is now an invaluable part of my training program."

Kuet Kuet (1st Year - University of Winnipeg Men's Basketball Player) ~ "Jon is meticulous, he stresses the little things and in result, I get better."

If interested please contact Jon Giesbrecht. Email or text/call works best... or (204) 918-5785. Jon is willing to work with all ages, boys and girls.
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