Hard 2 Guard Sports Performance Training is a (Global) Brand and also a Basketball Organization. Our assignment is globally, while first starting locally.  Our motto is: God first, then family, next education, and finally basketball.  Hard 2 Guard SPT is dedicated to developing basketball players of all skill levels. Our intense individual and group sessions are constructed to improve an individual’s ability to reach their full potential, though a combination of high-intensity sports performance training and elite basketball-specific skill development. Furthermore, Hard 2 Guard SPT is determined to build self- confidence while, also increasing one’s mental, social, physical and emotional reactions to a series of intense training methods. In addition, Hard 2 Guard SPT encourages players to maintain the highest level of excellence not only in their ability to perform athletically, but also academically, mentally, physically as well as spiritually.  Finally, Hard 2 Guard SPT is dedicated to promoting the importance of Nutrition & Wellness which are characteristics of Good Health.  Hard 2 Guard participants will be challenged to demand more of themselves and have the understanding that “HARD WORK PAYS OFF.” Meanwhile, our coaches are dedicated to teaching our players good sportsmanship, teamwork as well as an integral work ethic that would lead them toward life success.



Shawn Lewis, Sr. is a native Pennsylvanian who has enjoyed the game of basketball all of his life. As a member of the Harrisburg High School boys’ basketball team, he was a three year varsity player and earned Harrisburg’s “Patriot News” Big 15 honors as a senior. 

When the sun set on his playing career, he began to focus on the development of young players. This thirst inspired him to begin coaching in programs he participated in as a youth. While earning a certificate to become a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Exercise & Sports Trainers Association, Shawn began coaching middle school players before landing a position at the high school and ultimately resting as an assistant coach at Central Penn College. 




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