Complete Shooter is the premier basketball training organization in the state of Utah. The Complete Shooter organization currently trains 700+ basketball players per week, in 26 gyms, from St. George to Cache Valley. During his time as a basketball coach, Complete Shooter owner Kirk Miles realized that most players only rely on one or two of the four ways of scoring in a game. Kirk set out to help players become multidimensional scorers, and in 1998 the Complete Shooter system was born. The Complete Shooter philosophy maintains that hard work, practice, and long-term commitment will help basketball players master all of the mental and physical skills they need to become confident shooters and succeed in basketball and in life.
To help players keep track of their performance and progress, Complete Shooter keeps track of every shot taken and sends weekly stats to the players and their parents.
Additionally, Complete Shooter holds a semi-annual recognition night where all players are recognized for their improvements over six months.
Players work with one of Complete Shooter’s trainers for one hour per week. The lessons are focused on teaching players how to attack the basket, foul shooting, mid-range shots, and shooting threes. Complete Shooter’s lessons are semi-private, allowing players to get instant feedback and constant course correction.
Complete Shooter works with athletes of all ages across 23 gyms from Springville, Utah to Cache Valley. Parents can enroll their elementary-aged children (third grade and up) into the program and high school students. College-aged players are welcome to sign up as well.
Unfortunately, there is no information on the website about how much Complete Shooter’s training program costs, contract lengths, or additional fees. Not disclosing this information on the website means that parents or players interested in signing up for the training program will have to call in order to get more information.
Complete Shooter is the premier basketball training organization in the state of Utah. Our organization trains 700 basketball players every week, in 26 locations from St. George to Cache Valley. There is a growing epidemic in the world of basketball today, in which most players only rely on one or two of the four possible ways of scoring in a game. Our program focuses on helping basketball players become multidimensional scorers. By following our system, young athletes can truly become ‘complete’ shooters.
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