When you can’t get up, you can dance! – Etoiles della Campana
A former youth basketball coach in Italy has created a new video series called “When You Can’t Get Up, You Can Dance!” to show how young people can still be entertained by the sport of basketball when the sun goes down.
“It’s really important to show the future of the sport.
People are getting up early, playing, and dancing,” Antonio Sperini, who has also played basketball professionally, told The Local.
“I hope that when the last light goes down, there will be people still dancing, dancing and enjoying the moment.”
Sperini began his series in 2017, with a goal to show a different side of youth basketball, but has since made it his mission to inspire people with his videos.
“It’s not easy to be a coach when the only thing you have is a camera,” Sperin said.
“In my opinion, if the kids want to be coaches, they need to have something to motivate them.
That’s why I have a special motivation, to help them to be happy and to be confident, to love the game.”
Sperin has released three videos, which are shown in Italian on his YouTube channel.
“I am very proud of this project,” he said.
“I hope this project will show the world that the future is bright and that basketball is still very important.”
A new generation of young people is growing up, with more parents taking care of their young ones.
This is not the first time Sporini has been making videos about youth basketball.
He started a documentary about the sport called “The Future of Basketball” in 2017.
However, Sobriella said the aim of this video series is to make sure that young people know how to enjoy basketball.
“This is important for them, to know how important basketball is and to know what to do,” he added.
The first video will be released on August 7, and will show a young person getting up to take part in the games.
After that, it will be shown on a regular basis, until the last game is played.
Sopranico said it is important to have a positive image of youth sports in Italy, and this project is the perfect way to do that.
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