Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Basketball eBook
The chest pass is the most common pass in basketball and will be used most frequently in games.
Breathe Strong, Perform Better eBook
The breathing pump muscles are a complex arrangement that form a semirigid bellows around the lungs.
WBCA Offensive Plays & Strategies
Players sometimes lack the intensity to follow through with a play and execute it, especially if the play wasn�t originally designed for them. This could be one of those plays, but with solid screens, hard cuts, and crisp passes, almost anyone on the court could wind up with an open look at the basket.
Basketball for Women-2nd Edition
The three keys to rebounding are positioning, boxing out, and using your leverage.
Fakes are maneuvers an offensive player uses to move a defensive player out of position. Once the defender is out of position, the offensive player is able to create a scoring opportunity.
Winning Basketball Fundamentals
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.
Youth Basketball Drills-2nd Edition
Players begin on the left side of the goal (facing midcourt) with back to the basket.
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.
Dave Bing eBook
Now, on November 16, 2011, Bing faced perhaps his most daunting task. The city under his command was spinning in a cauldron, a creature of its own political hubris and fiscal neglect. And it was sure to get a lot hotter for everyone�the mayor included�before it cooled off.
Developing the Core
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.