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Frank Martin (Rental)-Frank Martin's Half Court Pressure Man To Man Defense $24.99
Man to Man Defense with Frank Martin In today’s game of basketball, playing good man to man defense is vital. In this video, you will learn the pressure half-court man-to-man of South Carolina head coach Frank Martin. Coach Martin took the Gamecocks to the 2017 Final Four and earned the Jim Phelan Coach of the Year as a result. Coach Martin will take you through how to set up the defense and the drills he uses to produce one of the nation’s most aggressive man-to-man defenses. Each drill has a purpose in teaching players how to communicate and trust each other in executing the defense. Man to Man Defense Set Up Coach Martin’s man to man defense video begins the most basic element of pressure defense – the set up. The defense picks up the ball at half-court and forces the dribbler one way or the other. Defenders learn to be on the line and up the line. As the ball is pressured, the other four defenders play up the line and deny all passes. This forces offenses to dribble instead of searching for and passing to open teammates with better scoring chances. Included in Martin’s discussion of the set-up is help side defense. Defenders must understand that the further the man being defended is from the ball, the closer the defender is to offer help. This puts even more pressure on the dribbler. Also, Martin’s pressure defense is about attitude and aggressiveness. Those key characteristics are part of the set-up of the defense. Playing Post Defense In Martin’s defense, defenders need to be closer to the ball than their man. Post players have to become very good at breaking contact and staying up the line. When the ball breaks below the free throw line, post defenders have to get to the baseline. Martin teaches the Short Closeout drill to teach post players to progress from a closeout to squaring off with a ball handler. Open Court Situations To begin the progression of teaching the pressure defense, Martin utilizes a 2-on-1 drill building to a 3-on-2 where players must apply their stunt and force players to choose between keeping the ball or passing to a teammate. The idea that Martin stresses is that a defender should never give up on a play regardless of the situation. Full Court 4-on-4 From the Open Court situations, Martin then introduces the 4-on-4 Full Court drill to teach all of the principles learned in break down drills. Players learn that when a defender is beaten by a dribbler the second line of defense must stunt and force the ball handler to make a decision. In the half-court, defenders learn how to deal with all sorts of screens. Ball Screen Coverage Martin emphasizes ball screen coverage and how to best defend one of the most widely used screens in basketball. Players are taught to go under the screen. You will see Martin teach this in a half-court drill where defenders are taught to be up the line, on the line, and closer to the ball than their man. These are the basic principles of Martin’s defense. Rent this Man to Man Defense DVD today.
Frank Martin (Rental)-Ball Denial Pressure Defense $15.99
His defensive approach has attracted national attention. Martin will demonstrate his 10-drill defensive system on the court. He starts with individual defense and builds into the whole team concept. Martin uses the ball line concept to position his defense in the passing lanes. Martin's system features aggressive on-ball play and pass denial, as well as relentless help side defense. All of the major components of defense are evident in his drills. They form the basis of limiting the opponent's good shots. Your team will benefit from this defense by making it difficult for every shot and passing the ball. You can create a championship defensive mindset and more wins with Coach Martin's 10-drill method. 64 minutes. 2008.
Frank Martin (Rental)-All Access: Frank Martin $39.99
The method and idea that made Frank Martin Kansas State Wildcats a huge success in the Big 12 will be shared with the coaches. You will get a look at the Wildcats firs four practices of the 10-11 season with this All Access. You will get useful information and knowledge about the technique and work which was put forth by the Wildcats players and coaches in order to try and make themselves improve every single day. In order to compete at a championship level, the base of fundamentals is being built in the first days of the practice. A full court pressure mentality is being used to make players get strong mentally and physically. He made his philosophy on teaching the whole-part-whole method of offensive and defensive concepts. The basketball is being forced in the full court with his defense and keeps the ball handler out of the middle of the floor. When it comes to the offensive side of the game, the coach Martin uses a disciplined motion offense which is full of correct screening angles on and off the ball. During this motion offense the inside and perimeter play are equally encouraged. Warm-Up You will learn the drills for the individual improvements which are full of full court passing, entries into the post, attacking the rim with the pressure of a defender, sealing in the post, shooting drills to gain correct repetitions and also the working high/low. For the individual improvements, there are shooting drills that will help in outstanding offensive fundamental play by gaining correct repetitions. From full court drills 1-on-1 to 2-on-2 to 3-on-3 to 4-on-4, coach Martin implements all these drills along with the 5 on 5 transition drill. All these drills will teach the players his keys for successful full court disruptive pressure. The players will develop a push the basketball ahead mentality which will get the basketball up the floor as quickly as possible. The players will manage to develop this push the basketball ahead mentality through the repetition of the drills. The coach Martin also gives importance to the slicing to get the basketball to the other side of the floor; rim running the posts, this will put a huge pressure on the transition defense and will lead to pretty easy baskets; spacing on the court, in this case the players will attack the middle with the dribble and will try to take advantage of the post touches, flare screens and also the ball screens. Man-to-Man Defense The championship man-to-man defensive principles are very helpful and the Coach Martin teaches the man-to-man defense individual stations and in team defensive stations. So, what exactly happens in these stations? Well, with the help of these stations, you will learn Martins mirroring the basketball on the perimeter principles and one-on-one closeout technique. You will go through several defensive drills that will teach the right on-ball defensive positioning, how to take away the ball handlers pivot foot, defending against the back screen, how to avoid multiple screens and staying in contact with your man and more. Motion Offense Well, all the practice sessions come to an end with the Coach Martin motion offense practice. In this practice, the coach Martin explains the concept of the players movements against the man-to-man half court defenses. The Carolina secondary action is being used by the coach Martin and it will allow the players to flow right in their half-court man attack. For an inside touch the players will be taught to look high/low, set staggered screens, dribble hand-offs and the ball screening on the wings and also at the top of the key.
Frank Martin (Rental)-High-Intensity Defensive Focus & Man to Man Offense $18.99
NABC On the Court Open Practice with Frank Martin: High-Intensity Defensive Focus & Man to Man Offense University of South Carolina men’s basketball teams are known for their pressure defense. That is because head coach Frank Martin puts a premium on it. Martin was the 2017 Jim Phelan Coach of the Year after taking his Gamecocks to the 2017 Final Four. In this live-practice video, he shows you how he builds his pressure defense using breakdown drills and game-like situations. Group Work Players are divided into guards and bigs to work on 1-on-1 drills. The level of competition is evident right from the start. Coaches will learn a lot just from listening to Coach Martin correct his players as they go through the drills. Coaches will also benefit from seeing how a well-organized practice is designed. Martin uses a number of drills that work on both offense and defense at the same time. The result is game-like atmosphere and a time-efficient practice. Sets and Defensive Work Coach Martin then goes through a number of offensive sets both in transition and in the half-court. Martin and his staff continually emphasize building good habits and working while tired. Coaches will see how Martin teaches both offense and defense within the same drills. Man-to-man, zone, and press defenses are all covered. There are 1-on-1, 3-on-3, and 5-on-5 drills where Coach Martin works on both offense and defense. Coaches can take away a lot from watching Martin correct his players as well as watching him give positive feedback that helps his players develop. This is a great opportunity to watch one of the nation’s top coaches in action. Coach Martin progresses through a large number of game situations on both the offensive and defensive ends. The takeaways from this video are tremendous and any coach will improve his own game after watching.