With the plethora of online resources on the world wide web, anyone from any walk of life can improve themselves. From basic HTML how-to’s to home improvement tutorials, the digital resources for self-help are boundless.
Even in the world of basketball, anyone can search YouTube for techniques to improve ball-handling, increase dribbling and shooting, and even learn to play defense. But it’s tough to know which sources are credible, reliable, and useful.
Now, thanks to Master Class, students of the game can get their lessons from NBA All-Star and two time NBA MVP and champion Steph Curry, who has decided to become a digital coach and offer online classes to those who wish to improve their game.
Curry has become an icon in the NBA and a role model for others in society, so why not take lessons from someone who is the poster child for Under Armour, does ad campaigns for Chase bank, Degree, and has even made waves recently with his most recent hilarious Brita ad campaign.
— MasterClass (@masterclass) November 16, 2017
With Curry’s page on Master Class, students can work on a number of aspects of their game and have unlimited resources at their disposal such as a shot tracker, personalized lessons from Curry himself, and a workbook with workout plans and supplemental material, just to name a few. The classes range from shooting stances and mechanics, to dribbling, to pregame preparation, and with the content easily accessible, users can take their classes with them anywhere they go.
The price of a single lesson is $90, or users can also opt for a yearly plan priced at $180 and have access to all the lessons that Curry teaches. What’s also wonderful about Master Class, is that it offers a wide range of lessons from other celebrities, athletes and teachers. So, if you’re looking to improve your skills in areas such as tennis, photography, writing, cooking, dance, or even directing, then Master Class definitely has those options and more.