With our unique, proprietary training methods and tools, I’m
Possible’s influence can be seen around the globe.
I'm Possible Training has some of the most amazing workouts I’ve ever seen. There
are no limits to their imagination to get you better! Training with I'm Possible and the
training tools they use is more than just routine training. It's game time,
For years, players and trainers have used tennis balls to assist basketball training. The original tennis ball was designed for the sport of tennis. Now for the first time, we have created a tennis ball designed exclusively for training the sport of basketball.
Introducing the I'm Possible Weighted Tennis Ball, heavier than a tennis ball to improve hand speed and strength in training with less bounce for better accountability in drills, forcing players to play at more realistic levels of low.
Micah Lancaster worked with manufacturers and designers to create the best Medicine Basketball in the world, perfecting everything from the grip, design, size, durability, and basketball effectiveness.
In 2008, Micah Lancaster revolutionized the basketball training industry with his release of his first and widely acclaimed DVD, “Keys to a Quick Handle – the Complete Medicine Ball Workout.”
For decades cones were used to train athletes. And for decades cones were used to train athletes in the exact same ways. Ordinary. Generic. Unrealistic. The revolutionary Rip Cone is a cone with imagination.
The Rip Cone is thoughtful, durable, and its innovative design gives athletes the perfect tool to simulate everything from contact, game accountability, flexibility, control and more.
The dimensions of a regulation backboard is 72 inches wide and 42 inches tall, but players rarely have the skill needed to take advantage of the backboard's full size.
Invented by I'm Possible's own Micah Lancaster and Bryce Stanhope, the Skill Lab Training Backboard is the first of its kind, designed to give players the accountability and visualization needed to train themselves to efficiently use
all spots on the glass.