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Seth Greenberg (Rental)-Practical Coaching Advice & Special Situations $17.99
Practical Coaching Advice and Special Situations Basketball With almost four decades of coaching experience under his belt, former Virginia Tech head coach Seth Greenberg has used his knowledge and insight to become one of the premier college basketball analysts in the nation. Throughout his career, he has been able to learn from some of the best in the business. In this special situations basketball video, he offers up some advice to those coaching today. Coach Greenberg shares with you some powerful lessons that will help mold your coaching philosophy. He talks about how to build relationships and build a culture within your program. Greenberg also demonstrates a number of drills to help your transition offense as well as his press offense and sideline out of bounds plays. Progression Drill Coach Greenberg shows you how to create 2-on-1 situations against the best transition defenses. Players work through a progression of advantage situations all the way up to 5-on-4. Greenberg also shows you options for creating space and scoring without an advantage in 5-on-5 fast break situations. All of these concepts are taught and practiced in the Progression Drill. Press Offense Coach Greenberg places an emphasis on breaking press defenses. He shares four drills you can use to break down your press offense. The drills work on the key fundamentals like pivoting and ball faking as a means to fight on-ball pressure. Also included here is the 2-on-2 drill, which teaches your point guard how to get open to accept an inbound pass against aggressive denial defense. The 5-on-5 drill demonstrates Greenberg’s favorite way to defeat the full-court press. As you will see, it is simple and creates easy outlets against defenses that like to trap. Sideline Out of Bounds Plays Coach Greenberg teaches two plays that each have a variety of scoring options. You will see how each play can then flow right into different offensive concepts. Greenberg likes the use of dribble hand-offs and these plays use them. They also use post ups, flare screens, wide pin downs, lobs, and more. Greenberg is a great teacher of today’s game. He offers some excellent insight learned from some of today’s top coaches. You are sure to find something that can help you build a successful program. Rent this special situations basketball DVD today.
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.
Tom Izzo (Rental)-Keys to Becoming a Great Basketball Coach $18.99
Get the invaluable coaching advice Tom Izzo has accumulated over his Hall of Fame career. Learn how to build relationships and trust with your players. This is key to maintaining a coaching career. Your program's culture should be flexible enough to adapt to changing coaching situations To get parents and players to support your program, you must learn to listen and to learn. Theodore Roosevelt once said, "Nobody cares what you know until you know how much." Coaching is about building and maintaining relationships with players in order to help them achieve their goals. This video gives insight from legendary Michigan State coach Tom Izzo on how he became one of America's most successful coaches. Izzo shares over an hour of key concepts and tips that helped him throughout his career, so you can apply them to your coaching journey. Relationship Building Izzo stresses the importance of building relationships with your players. It is more important to build relationships than drills and game plans as a coach. Coach Izzo discusses: Building trust, honesty and listening relationships with your players is crucial. Based on the relationships he has formed, it is easy for him to be demanding and hard on his players. Integration of parents and children into culture is important. How to build chemistry at every level of basketball. You as the Coach Izzo then explains how knowing who you are will help you reach your goals as a coach. Coach Izzo explains why coaches need to explain the "why" behind their actions to players. He also explains the importance to devote time to the fundamentals of practices and make sure your goals match those of your players. Finally, he explains how authenticity is important to you. This rich presentation by Coach Izzo includes many firsthand accounts about how he builds relationships and manages difficult situations in his program, keeps his culture intact, and creates leaders within his program. This video will provide you with the tools you need to build strong relationships between coach and athlete, programs that last generations. 60 minutes. 2021.
Bob Hurley (Rental)-Coaching Basketball the Bob Hurley Way $18.99
Expand your coaching range with drills, defensive and offensive strategies, and pillars of success! You can find many of Coach Hurleys most popular drills from his long and successful coaching career. Get insightful coaching tips on the defensive and offensive sides of the ball to make your team more efficient Learn from Hall of Fame coaches how to build a team and enrich your culture. Bob Hurley has been involved in basketball for more than 50 years. He has had a profound impact on many players and fans. Coach Hurley has a knack for analyzing a situation and finding the best solution. Hurley has learned from the greatest coaches of all time by studying different styles of play and incorporating effective offensive and defensive strategies into his own programs over the years. This video is a compilation of three hours of drills, concepts and principles that Coach Hurley has shared with us. You can use them to help your team. Practice Organization Learning and growth happens in practice. A well-organized practice is essential for coaches. Coach Hurley describes how his team overcame many obstacles on the path to becoming a champion program. He gives examples of practices he's used throughout his career. Hurley starts with drills that move his players around the floor, such a 5-Man weave. He emphasizes the importance of using fundamentals to develop skill. After players have become comfortable, Hurley moves on to defense and defensive technique, with a special emphasis on transition. He loves 5 on 3 + 2. This drill allows athletes to practice getting back and creating a triangle defensively to stop easy baskets around he rim. Coaching players allows Coach Hurley to show them individual skills and moves in a breakout session that includes guards and posts. Hurley spends the rest of his practices in Shell Defense and scrimmaging scenarios, which allow players learn while they play. Shooting, Rebounding Players are becoming more offensively skilled, so focusing on shot fakes and passing will make the difference between an average offensive player and a top-level scorer. To help athletes become strong passers, Coach Hurley teaches them pivoting and passing angles. Learn how to use pass fakes to get around various off-ball screens. Hurley's 3v3 team works on Hurley's athletes cutting, screening, getting open to their shot, and moving at game speed. Hurley's 3v3 format allows him to maximize court space so that there aren't many players waiting for shots to be taken. Coach Hurley says that rebounding is about technique and effort. He loves to have players bounce the ball off the backboard, then move to the opposite side of the court to rebound it. This is a great way to teach a reverse layup off of a rebound. Transition Defense Next, Hurley will outline his concepts for transition defense. Guards who are protecting the ball cannot be beaten off the first dribble, and they can't beat the sideline. The coach diagrams the Double Fist and Fist looks. He learned this from Dean Smith. Fist is a game where players try to fake and stunt the trap. This ensures that the offense does not have an advantage over the defense. Double Fist allows players to run and trap while not being observed by the ball handler. Coach Hurley also describes a drill that he uses on the half court to train his players to find a guard for when the trap is beat. Half Court Defense Over many years of coaching, Coach Hurley has developed defensive principles that can be used in a variety of game-like situations. These drills include exchanging positions in a 2v2 environment and then moving to the baseline. Hurley's One More drill has four players working together to move the ball around the perimeter. Then, Hurley will go in for a long closeout and play 2v2. This format is 2v2, 3v3, 4v4. This three-plus hour compilation of coaching knowledge outlines the key elements to running a successful basketball program year in and year out. This video is packed with so much information that you'll be sure to watch it again and learn something new each time. This video is essential to help your team become a championship-level program. 234 minutes. 2020.