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.
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The breathing pump muscles are a complex arrangement that form a semirigid bellows around the lungs.
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This drill focuses on the fundamentals: shooting hand behind the ball, elbow-in alignment, release off the index finger, follow-through, and catching the ball in position to shoot.
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Early-season practice sessions should establish that basketball is a fun game. Limit the time for each drill to 10 minutes or less. Try to keep players moving during drills and moving from one drill to another, allowing time for them to get a drink between drills.
Youth Basketball Drills-2nd Edition
Divide players into two groups at opposite ends of the course.
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The motion offense is an effective weapon that every team should consider adding to its repertoire, but it cannot be used as a complete offense because too many players have to handle the ball and make crucial decisions.
Youth Basketball Drills 2nd Edition eBook
Players begin on the left side of the goal (facing midcourt) with back to the basket.
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After a player has caught the ball and squared up to the basket in the triple-threat position, he is ready to attack the defender.
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.