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Frank Allocco (Rental)-Developing The Complete High School Player $15.99
Frank Allocco: Developing High School Basketball Player Frank Allocco is the only high school coach in the state of California to take two different programs to state championships. In this video, he goes into detail on how to develop players so they can compete at the highest levels of high school basketball or even move on to the college level. Coach Allocco’s philosophy of “More Reps, No Regrets” is evident throughout his group and individual development drills. Allocco believes players need to maximize reps through their high school careers in order to develop. Through the course of the video, you will see drills that teach proper form and technique for dribbling, shooting, attack the rim, and more. Other drills teach using angles and footwork, one-on-one moves from the triple-threat position, and how to be a more effective player off the catch. Group Development Series Coach Allocco’s team drills are competitive, energetic, and fun. They help to promote high levels of intensity while players develop their skills. These drills include: Two-Ball Dribbling to work on concentration and dexterity One-Hand Form Shooting to teach form, technique, and work on appropriate range Box Shooting Series teaches players to shoot from a variety of positions Individual Perimeter Moves Post players and guards must have a complete game and that includes the ability to get to the rim from the perimeter. Coach Allocco demonstrates: Using jabs, faints, and fakes to get a defender off balance for a one-second window of opportunity Using moves like jab and shoot, jab and go, and more to build a catalog of effective moves Drills like 1-on-1 from half-court, 1-on-1 from the top of the circle, and 1-on-1 from the wing to develop an array of moves Individual Post Moves In developing the complete game, posts and guards must learn the hook shot, the jump hook, the drop step move on the baseline, and a turnaround jump shot. Allocco teaches players the “catch, chin, and check it” technique to develop good habits before making post moves. The drills you see in this video have helped Coach Allocco prepare and develop over 50 players that have gone on to play in college. Use them to help your players progress to the next level. Rent this Developing High School Basketball Player DVD today.
Frank Allocco (Rental)-Skills And Drills For Building Hard Nosed Half Court Team Defense $15.99
Frank Allocco: Skills and Drills for Building Hard-Nosed Half-Court Team Defense Long-time California high school and University of San Francisco associate head coach Frank Allocco details for you how to build a tough, hard-nosed half-court defense that will suffocate opponents. Coach Alloco is the only coach in California high school history to win state titles with two different schools. He is second all-time in the state with a winning percentage of .868 and has earned numerous Coach of the Year honors. In this 80-minute video, Coach Allocco walks you through the skills and drills that helped his defenses routinely allow less than 40 points per game including 2011-12 when his defense allowed just 34.48 points a game and that is with a shot clock. Coach Alloco preaches a “team first” approach to defense and it all starts with the basic fundamentals. Tough, hard-nosed defense starts with the most basic element – the stance. Coach Allocco demonstrates his Form Drills which include the stance as well as drills to help your players build solid technique in on-ball defense, denial, help defense, and post stances. Each stance is taught and then Coach takes you through a series of drills designed to teach defenders to move their feet. Doing so helps defenders prevent easy drives through the lane and moving the feet makes them harder to screen. Coach Allocco’s Form Drills progress to more game-like situation drills and address skills like closeouts, beating ball screens, and more. Shell Drills are used to teach the skills necessary to build a sound man-to-man defense. They also help players learn to communicate, which Coach believes is vital to winning basketball. One of the best high school and college coaches in the business, Coach Allocco will give you a number of ideas that will help you shut down opponents using an aggressive team defense.
Frank Allocco (Rental)-Defending The 10 Most Popular Offensive Actions $17.99
Basketball Defense - Defending the 10 Most Popular Offensive Actions in Basketball Former national high school coach of the year Frank Allocco had a long history of success taking two California high schools to state championships and winning nearly 87 percent of his games. He went on to coach at the University of San Francisco where he continued his man-to-man pressure defense. In this basketball defense video, Coach Allocco will show you the strategies that helped his teams hold opponents to an average of just 38 points a game. You’ll see everything from footwork to communication giving you everything you need to defend the 10 most common screen actions in basketball. Basketball Defense Breakdown Drills Teaching how to defend the screen is difficult, but it is a must if you are going to be successful on defense. Coach Allocco uses a series of 3-on-3 and 4-on-4 breakdown drills to show you how to neutralize the most common offensive actions. Ball Screens: Players learn to communicate to hedge ball screens and fight over the top Pass and Cut: Learn to eliminate easy layups by jumping to the ball and beating screens Flare Screens: Coach Allocco shows you two variations of this drill that will challenge your defenders to fight through flare screens to cover shooters Wheel Cuts: This drill can be built up to teach players to defend screen-the-screener actions that use wheel cuts, down screens, and back screens Dribble Drive: Teach players to fight through dribble handoffs and contain dribble penetration with great on-ball defense and help UCLA Cut: Prepare players to fight through consecutive screening actions by fighting through UCLA cuts, down screens, and back screens Flex Action: Use 3-on-3 and 5-on-5 to teach players to defend the combined action of flex screens and down screens America’s Play: Prevent post players from getting good position by teaching players how to defend cross screens and down screens Single Double Screens: This 4-on-4 drill teaches players to deal with what is known as “Floppy” at the NBA level by helping them get “up the shoot” versus single screens and how to use the same concept against staggered double screens High-Low Action: Learn to use proper positioning and toughness to deter flashes to the high post and take away duck-ins from teams that have good post players Basketball Defense Communication For Coach Allocco, winning was more than just having a great strategy. One of the keys to his defense was constant communication so that players were in sync on every possession. Players also must feel an obligation to their teammates to carry out their role and now allow breakdowns. Throughout the drills, Coach Allocco emphasizes this communication to ensure the defense is ready to defend anything an offense can throw at it. Rent this basketball defense DVD today.
Frank Allocco (Rental)-Disadvantage Drills For Building Your Team $17.99
Disadvantage Drills for Building Your Team Disadvantage situations often arise in basketball games and it pays to have players that understand how to make decisions in those situations. Legendary high school coach Frank Allocco shares his practice secrets related to disadvantage situations to help prepare players for those game situations. Allocco is the only coach in California history to take two different schools to state championships. He won 87 percent of his games and won a national coach of the year award in 2000. In this video, he shows you how you can teach your players to make better decisions and become more confident in disadvantage situations. Coach Allocco shares the following in his presentation: Disadvantage drills to help young players play better and become better decision makers in pressure situations Strategies to teach players how to get rid of the basketball before getting trapped or double-teamed Techniques to help players draw defenders to them in order to create shots for teammates Suggestions for teaching players to get open without the ball Drills that teach players to be strong with the ball Techniques that show players how to attack and turn defensive pressure into an offensive advantage Strategies to teach players to welcome the idea that everything is against them Using on-court demonstration, Coach Alloco shows you basic drills in a disadvantage situation. His ball handling drills teach players to create space and attack. In offensive disadvantage drills, players learn to be strong with the ball. Defensive disadvantage drills teach key ideas like competition and communication. One of the highlights of the presentation is the 2-on-1 build up to 5-on-5 back down to 2-on-1 drill. The drill forces athletes to communicate as players move on and off the court. Conditioning is also a factor as players play nine straight possessions. Coach Alloco’s drills are great for coaches looking for drills that force players to compete. Plus, players will become more confident in disadvantage situations.
Frank Allocco (Rental)-Competitive Drill Progressions For Creating Energy In Your Gym $17.99
Competitive Basketball Drills for Creating Energy in Your Gym Frank Alloco built a high school powerhouse at De La Salle HS in California where he won two state championships and earned a couple of national coach of the year honors. In this video, Coach Alloco gets into his coaching philosophy and how he uses breakdown drills to install his offensive and defensive systems. He shows you the drill progressions starting from 1-on-1, to 2-on-2, and eventually 5-on-5. You’ll see Coach Alloco teach the drills in great detail in a live setting. Coaching Today’s Athlete Coach Alloco introduces his presentation by talking about how today’s athlete is much different than even 10 years ago. He starts with some philosophical statements and quotes that have helped him bridge the gap between generations. These include: The mindset and attitude of today’s player Seasonal opportunities and when to “rebirth” a program Drill types and the decline in fundamental emphasis Offensive Transition You will see Coach Alloco demonstrate three drills that he uses to teach transition offense. The drills will help: Teach your team to the get the ball out of the net quickly and up the floor Learn to attack the defense in transition in even and disadvantage situations Teach your players how to relieve pressure while still playing fast Rebounding Drills Three different rebounding drills are demonstrated through a series of breakdown drills. Each ends with a game-like rebound and incorporates other facets of the game like closeouts. The 3-on-3 Triangle Rebounding drill teaches players to box out from different angles. Defensive Fundamentals Players should understand the easiest shots in basketball are the ones closest to the hoop. Knowing that, they should always work to keep the ball out of the paint and away from the basket. Coach Allocco emphasizes this in game-like drills that teach your players to: Closeout, play on-ball and off-ball defense, and double the low post Stop the ball in transition and play in a disadvantaged situation Communicate on defense Coach Allocco ties his entire defensive philosophy together in a 5-on-5 Identity drill, where players are put in game-like situations. Coach Allocco’s detail oriented teaching style can help you build your own drill progressions to teach your team to compete at a championship level. Rent this competitive basketball drills DVD today.
Frank Allocco (Rental)-Intangibles For Building A Successful Basketball Program $15.99
Get better at basketball coaching Learn from Frank Allocco Your team can reach new heights! To be the best, learn from the best. It takes a lot of effort, time and sacrifice to build a high school program. By changing attitudes, skills, and athletic ability, Coach Allocco established a De LaSalle dynasty. Allocco is a master tactician and his expertise lies in his ability motivate, challenge, and improve individuals and teams. Discover the 17 components that make up the most prestigious scholastic program in America. Allocco promises that each component can be used in your program to achieve amazing results. Learn from your players how each game should be played and show team ownership. Four core practice drills are key to the consistency that comes from 17 intangibles. Use Allocco's principles to build master programs. This DVD is essential for high school basketball coaching. 77 minutes. 2009.