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In this course we will learn the drills you can perform to become a better dribbler. This course is perfect for individuals who want to get better to make their middle and high school teams, to individuals who just love to play basketball, for players who want to dominate their church and rec teams.
This course is composed of purposely short tutorials for you to quickly watch and digest the drills and actions and then perform at home. Key points are highlighted for you in each section on the screen for you to develop the how and the why of the drills.
The workout time will vary based on the users experience level. With lifetime access, you will have an opportunity to grow and get better with daily and weekly practice.
We begin this course with stationary drills to focus on the following skills: ball-handling, coordination, rhythm, dexterity, agility, and ambidextrous hands. Following the stationary drills, we move on to the dynamic drills where we perform more complex drills.
Basketball is a universal game that brings people together that you can play for nearly a lifetime. The skills you develop now will bring you a lifetime of social approval, higher confidence and self-esteem.
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|Section 1: How To Use This Course|
What to expect from this course?Preview
|Section 2: Stationary Dribbling|
|Lecture 4||1 page|
In this online training program we will learn the fundamentals of dribbling. We will begin with basic drills and move to intermediate and advanced drills. These drills should be watched while you are working on your game. Allow me to perform the drill first, then you perform the drill after watching.
We have both stationary and dynamic drills that focus on improving ball-handling, coordination, rhythm, and hand dexterity. If you perform these drills on a daily basis, you will see great improvement in your ability to handle the basketball.
Remember, it is important to get the techniques down FIRST, before we try to perform the drill fast.
In and Out DribblePreview
|Section 3: 2Ball Stationary Drills|
2 Ball Alternating DribblePreview
2 Ball Consecutive Pound Dribble
2 Dribble + Crossover Combination
2 Ball WindMill
|Section 4: Dynamic Dribbling|
Zig Zag Front Crossover
Zig Zag Behind The Back
In and Out Series
Change of Pace
Through the Legs SeriesPreview
Through The Leg + Behind The Back Combo
2 Ball Series
|Section 5: FAQ|
How To Beat A Zone Defense & Why is Dribbling With Both Hands Critical
I have been a basketball player since around the age of 5. I have played on every level of basketball up to college. In my time as a player, I was a starting point guard on many successful teams for most of my career including consecutive district champions teams.
Following my playing career, I made a transition into coaching where I began coaching boys 8 & 9 year old basketball teams. We had a heavy focused on learning the fundamentals and playing the game the proper way.
Shortly thereafter I was offered a position coaching a great group of 15,16,17 year old players for an established AAU program. We played in hundreds of games and successful finished in the top 16 out of over 200 teams in the National Tournament in Orlando, FL. Our focus here was to improve each players individual skills to help our student athletes get an athletic scholarship.
After a couple years traveling around the country with my AAU team, a position became available to teach public education. While teaching, I developed a basketball program and coached middle school boys basketball.
Now I am coaching a new group of 7th & 8th grade students in the game of basketball. Again, with a heavy focus on fundamentals and learning the game.