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Chantal Vallee (Rental)-Defensive System Pack Line & Sparta Defense $18.99
Defensive System – Pack Line $ Sparta Defense It’s no secret that defense wins championships. You can learn how to build a defensive system that takes away opponents perimeter shots in this video by well-known Canadian women’s basketball coach Chantal Vallee. The head coach of the University of Windsor women’s team and the head coach and general manager of the Hamilton Honey Badgers Canadian Elite Basketball League team, Vallee shows you how she won five straight CIS national championships. You get an inside look into a training camp session where Coach Vallee teaches her defensive system. You will see detailed lecture complete with diagrams as well as on-court walkthroughs with players in this presentation. Coach Vallee begins with a 1-on-1 closeout drill to warmup her players then proceeds to show you how to squeeze the space your opponent can use while preventing drives with the Pack Line defense. Coach Vallee also details the Sparta man-to-man defense that has the primary purpose of eliminating the 3-point shot. Pack Defense One of the primary goals of the Pack defense is to force an opponent to use their weak hand and then provide help support on any dribble penetration. Coach Vallee shows you how to build this strategy using 2-on-2 drills all the way up to a full 5-on-5. The drills work to teach players the proper defensive positioning to force opponents to go to the weak side of the floor. Coach Vallee explains how to rotate defenders on baseline drives and how rotations adjust based on the position of the post defender. Sparta Defense The whole idea of the Sparta defense is to prevent 3-point shots. Less help is provided in this defense as defenders work to deny their match-up. The on-ball defender must force their match-up into a low percentage shot using the proper close out, creating a cushion on the drive, and challenging the shot with what is known as the “ghosting” technique. If you love playing man-to-man, Coach Vallee has a system that uses some unique tactics that you can incorporate into your system for maximum effect.
Chantal Vallee (Rental)-Offensive System: High Low 3 Out 2 In 4 Out 1 In Offenses $18.99
Offensive System: High-Low Motion Offense, 3-Out/2-In Offense, 4-Out/1-In Offense Learn two offensive styles that will fit the talents of any roster in this video from Chantal Vallee, head women’s basketball coach at the University of Windsor and the head coach of the Hamilton Honey Badgers of the Canadian Elite Basketball League. Coach Vallee provides you with a unique opportunity to learn the two motion offenses that make up her half-court offense. These offenses helped Vallee win five straight Canadian Interuniversity Sports (CIS) women’s basketball national titles between 2011 and 2015. Get your notebooks ready as Coach Vallee pulls no punches in explaining her offensive system. Using whiteboard diagrams, on-court teaching, and player demonstration; Coach Vallee presents her offenses through breakdown drills and 5-on-5 scrimmages. If you utilize the motion offense, there is something in Vallee’s presentation for you. High-Low You will see how Coach Vallee is able to get the ball inside in the High-Low motion offense. Using position-specific drills, Coach Vallee breaks down the offense. Learn how the L-cut can get players open on the wing for scoring opportunities. Posts learn how to play off each other and get open at the high or low post. Using a 2-on-2 drill, Coach Vallee teaches low posts how to create angles, use footwork to seal defenders, and score at the rim. You will also see how to post up your point guard using a back screen entry into the offense. 4-Out Motion Vallee’s 4-Out Motion offense uses four perimeter players to create space. The rules of the offense are simple and provide a number of scoring options. Players can score through drives, back door cuts, off-ball screens, and pick and rolls. There are four methods for attacking with momentum from blast cuts. These are demonstrated as is the 4-on-0 Perimeter Movement drill which puts emphasis on integrating post flashes into the offense. A number of screening opportunities are created which opens up the rim. Coach Vallee’s system is proven and can work for any team no matter the talent level or style of play. Teams that play with size or with speed can add to their versatility by implementing some of what Coach Vallee has done. Become a more efficient offense today by introducing some of what Coach Vallee presents in this video.
Chantal Vallee (Rental)-Multiple Strategies For Neutralizing Ball Screens $17.99
Multiple Strategies for Defending Ball Screens The ball screen has become synonymous with basketball offenses at every level of play. Stopping the pick and roll is now an essential part of any successful defensive package. Five-time Canadian national championship coach Chantal Vallee shares her thoughts on defending ball screens in this video. Vallee is the head coach and general manager of the Hamilton Honey Badgers of the Canadian Elite Basketball League. She has developed her defensive strategies through years of researching the best defenses from around the world. Communication In defending ball screens, effective communication is paramount. Coach Vallee uses a two-player demonstration to explain a clear system of communication so players can be on the same page when defending ball screens. Her various strategies include: Switch: Can shut down the ball screen offense down completely. Switching can create mismatches though. Coach Vallee shows you four methods of eliminating vulnerabilities of the switch, including 3- and 5-man rotations. Hedge: Coach Vallee has players demonstrate three types of hedge to stop ball screens. In addition to the basics of two-step hedges, you will see how to stop dribblers from splitting defenders and options for players recovering from help support. Jam: This is used to stop a great pick and pop shooter. You will learn proper rotation when help support is needed to take away drives in the paint. Down: This has become more common in the NBA because it shrinks the floor for the user of the ball screen. Coach Vallee shows you how to rotate weak side defenders when teams send a great shooter to set a ball screen. Sag: Teams that have slower defenders can drop them back and load the paint. You will see how to use this against the high pick and roll. 5-on-5 Rotations This drill teaches players the rotations off the ball and in help situations when screens are being set. Coach Vallee has players demonstrate these rotations at walk-through speed before taking the drill live. The responsibilities of each player are discussed. You will find strategies for defending ball screens in this video that you will not find anywhere else. Coach Vallee’s tactics will help you defend ball screens with a method that best fits your personnel. Rent this defending ball screens DVD today.
Chantal Vallee (Rental)-2 Man & 3 Man Game Offensive Reads & Concepts for Basketball $18.99
2 Man Basketball Plays & 3-Man Game: Offensive Reads & Concepts Hamilton Honey Badgers head coach and general manager Chantel Vallee was the first female in Canada to become a professional head coach and GM. What separates her from the rest of the pack is an ability to teach the game like no other. In this 2 Man Basketball Plays video, Coach Vallee breaks down her dribble handoff action and how it is used to create an explosive, unpredictable, and un-scoutable defense. You will see demonstrations of the offense and how to master the different actions that make up the offense. Dribble Handoff Action The offense is initiated with a dribble handoff executed high up the floor. This allows for more space. Players learn how to read what defenders give them and what they may do after a handoff is made. This helps players identify easy scoring opportunities and how to make quick decisions. Missed Dribble Handoff In becoming more familiar with the offense, players must develop their basketball IQ. If players miss a handoff or if they pick up their dribble, they still have options to score. They must know these options – especially cutters – to put pressure on defenses. Post Entry If you have a strong post player that can score, bringing him/her higher up the floor can create some mismatches. Coach Vallee demonstrates a few options that include the post not putting the ball on the floor and looking to pass to a cutter right away. This creates an opportunity for the cutter and also for the post player rolling to the basket or popping out after the pass. Step Up Ball Screen Watch as Coach Vallee uses a 2-on-2 drill to break down all the possible options for defending a ball screen. Icing it, going over the top, and going under the screen are covered. Coach Vallee also demonstrates the 2-man game off-ball action as part of her Elbow series. The ball goes to the post in the middle and players create screening action off the ball and learn to read how a defense reacts. Multiple Actions Players that can master the 2-man game actions are ones that will make your team more versatile. You can use multiple 2-man games to add actions together and make it difficult for defenses to prepare. This is an excellent video for teaching players how to read defenses and to build a player’s basketball IQ. It’s a must-have for coaches looking to dominate 2- and 3-man situations. Rent this 2 Man Basketball Plays DVD today.
Chantal Vallee (Rental)-Transition Offense & Transition Defense $18.99
Transition Offense and Transition Defense Learn to advance the ball against defensive pressure and score as fast as possible and, at the same time, learn to slow opponents in transition in this well-crafted video from University of Windsor women’s head basketball coach Chantal Vallee. Also the head coach of the Hamilton Honey Badgers of the Canadian Elite Basketball League, Coach Vallee won five straight Canadian Interuniversity Sports (CIS) national championships from 2011 to 2015 at Windsor. This training camp style video gives you an inside look at how Coach Vallee installs her transition offense and defense. This presentation is packed full of new ideas for playing in transition. Coach Vallee will teach you her overall scheme for both transition offense and transition defense as well as more than 10 practice drills you can utilize. Transition Offense Coach Vallee shows you the “Three E’s” of transition offense – explode, explore, and exploit – in relation to the various zones on the court. Learn breakdown drills like Run, Rabbit, Run which will help players make sprinting down the floor as soon as a rebound is made a top priority. When defensive strategies attempt to stall your fast break, Coach Vallee has the answer. She teaches you how to maintain the attack using the Outlet Drill. The Trailer Drill is a good one to teach your players how to read a defense and determine whether to score by feeding the post, running into a ball screen, or some other option. Coach Vallee also presents four more drills designed to teach players how to pass with precision. In the Flow series, players learn to pass while on the run and how to take advantage of numbers on the fast break. Transition Defense There are not many more detailed explanations of a transition defensive system than Coach Vallee’s. She provides a full description of her defensive approach using the whiteboard, on-court teaching, and player demonstration of breakdown drills and 5-on-5 scrimmage. You will easily fill a notebook while listening to Vallee coach. You will come to learn her aggressive style inside and out, which will optimize your team’s ability to get second chance points all while disrupting an opponent’s fast break. Coach Vallee shows you how the “Short” can chase down “spillage” or hunt the outlet pass as a means of stopping the ball from advancing up the floor. The Long Triangles drill teaches players how to crowd the floor with proper spacing away from their matchup in the full court. You will also see a great way to control 5-on-5 competition with the 1 ½ drill. Coach Vallee is a rising star and her 148-minute presentation is a tremendous value with the opportunity to learn both transition offense and transition defense from one of the best in the business.
Chantal Vallee (Rental)-Defining The Characteristics Of A Winning Coach $17.99
How to Be a Winning Coach In order to become one of Canada’s top women’s basketball coaches, Chantal Vallee studied the best coaches from around the world. What made these coaches stand out from the rest? Coach Vallee analyzed data from her extensive research and even interviewed several experts to find out the ideas and strategies that most closely correlate with coaching success. Coach Vallee used that knowledge to win five straight Canadian Interuniversity Sports (CIS) women’s basketball national championships (2011-15), earn two CIS Coach of the Year awards, and become the head coach and general manager of the Hamilton Honey Badgers of the Canadian Elite Basketball League. In this presentation, Coach Vallee uses a whiteboard to go beyond the X’s and O’s of the game and demonstrates how the “art” of coaching plays a key role in the success of winning coaches. She breaks down her findings into a few simple concepts: leaders lead, less is more, technical and tactical, and coaches perspectives on building a successful program. It is these concepts that have helped Coach Vallee become one of the top coaches in Canada. How to Be a Winning Coach Presentation The presentation begins with the idea that leaders are those who simply lead. They are not threatened by others and are able to inspire. Coach Vallee goes on to challenge conventional thinking about things like season plans. She shares a few anecdotes from her past as she built the greatest program her league has ever seen. Coach Vallee shares how the maxim “less is more” can be used to prevent overtraining your athletes so they can be at their peak when it counts. She also shares technical and tactical philosophies that are results-oriented and promote communication between players and coaches. This builds the concept of team. Coach Vallee talks about the transformational model of leadership where relationship-building is an important component in the whole player-coach experience. The whole presentation is then tied together into the four categories of success Coach Vallee found in her research. These include: The central building block of Vision, which includes smaller goals and directions Organizational skills as related to program-building and connecting to stakeholders, which is also linked to Vision Commitment to learning, where coaches continue to learn about leadership and how to build relationships Player empowerment, which builds life skills and fosters individual growth of players and is extremely important in today’s generation of millennials For coaches hoping to develop an elite program, Coach Vallee’s work into the elements of successful coaches is sure to help. Break away from the middle of the pack and choose success with Coach Vallee’s video. Rent this how to be a winning coach DVD today.