When you watch Adam Sandler’s new movie, “Hustle” on Netflix, you’re going to see a glimpse of Micah Lancaster’s incredible I’m Possible Training System. Produced by Lebron James, with nearly 75 cameos from basketball legends, current players, and those connected deeply in the world of basketball, Hustle aims for authenticity as a basketball film and training success story.
The storyline of a basketball scout (Adam Sandler) finding a once-in-a-lifetime basketball prospect and doing what’s necessary to get the phenom ready to play in the NBA, fits perfectly with Micah Lancaster’s famous training approach. Not only does the film feature Lancaster for much of it’s high energy and motivational training montage, but to add more credibility to the I’m Possible Training organization, Hustle features the very training tools that Lancaster invented and has utilized with hundreds of current and former pros and thousands of college players.
The RipCone original, the RipCone v2, the Ripstick, and Micah’s original Med GripBall are all featured as crucial training elements to help Bo Cruz enhance his skills, build his confidence, and reach his NBA dreams. Not only that, Lancaster’s innovative use of lights and plyoboxes are all showcased portraying the type of training and work that is only available through Micah Lancaster’s I’m Possible Training program.
The Footwork Training System in the NBA
Micah Lancaster & Bryce Stanhope have successfully used the footwork GRIPMAT and footwork training system with:
- Victor Oladipo (NBA All-Star and NBA Most Improved Player award winner)
- Brandon Ingram (NBA All-Star and NBA Most Improved Player award winner)
- Karl-Anthony Towns (NBA All-Star)
- Cedi Osman (Cleveland Cavaliers)
- Malcom Brogdon (Indiana Pacers)
- Furkan Korkmaz (Philadelphia 76ers)