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A team�s offensive and defensive reactions are counters to what the opponent has presented.
Pete Newell's Playing Big
When making the move to get open, whether it is across the key, down the lane, or when the ball is coming to the strong side, the "catch and score" play is ideal.
Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Basketball eBook
Teaching defensive drills can be easy with these simple tips.
Court Sense eBook
Athletes-like everyone else-gain the greatest confidence in their ability to perform through successful experiences in that sport.
Basketball for Women-2nd Edition
The three keys to rebounding are positioning, boxing out, and using your leverage.
Winning Basketball Fundamentals
When an open opponent has the ball, the defender must close out (run out), typically over a distance of 12 to 30 feet (4 to 9 m), to contest the shot.
Winning Basketball Fundamentals eBook
Objective evaluation of individual and team performance can be a challenge for both players and coaches. Each of us is predisposed to favor certain styles and facets of play.
Coaching Basketball Successfully-3rd Edition
The first and most important step in building a basketball program is developing a system, or a style of play.
Developing the Core
Start by training the four basic trunk movement patterns with dynamic or static exercises. Beginners would do well to include exercises that train single-plane basic movement patterns.
Developing the Core eBook
Fast swimming relies on an athlete�s ability to simultaneously generate propulsive force with the arms and legs while attempting to minimize the drag resistance experienced as she knifes through the water.
The glutes are vital for functional movement. Walking, standing up from a chair, climbing stairs, picking up objects off the floor, and carrying objects across the room all require properly functioning posterior chain musculature.