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Holly Warlick (Rental)-All Access With Holly Warlick $24.99
Women's Basketball Practice with Holly Warlick Tennessee is one of most recognizable brands in women college basketball and it is led by a highly successful coach in Holly Warlick, played for the late Pat Summitt. Coach Warlick runs an intense, passionate practice and it has led Tennessee to the Elite Eight twice during her tenure. This an amazing inside look into how constantly practicing intensity, hard, and fundamentals can lead to team success. Basketball Practice 1 - Tennesse Women Tennessee is known for having high standards and defensive intensity. This first practice shows how they develop those two traits. This practice is early in the season and Coach Warlick is laying the foundation for how the team is going to play through both discussions with the players and on-court work. Much of the court time is dedicated to half court defense. You will see one of Tennessee's fundamental defensive drills in the Circle Closeout drill. The drill is a 3-on-3 highly competitive drill that focus on closeouts and help side D. The staff shows how you can score the drill to make it even more intense. Warlick spends a large chunk of time focusing on defending the post. She teaches how guards can help the post players by "digging" from the wing along with the post players fundamentals guarding the ball in the post. The Lady Vols work on both their conditioning and full-court pressure with 2-on-2 and 3-on-3 breakdown drills. These drills are the foundation of their "Fire" press option which they use after they score an easy transition bucket. Basketball Practice 2 - Tennesse Women The second practice is mostly focused on offense. They used a series of breakdown drills and controlled scrimmages to teach players what is expected of them. They also show two types of layup drills that can used as a warm up and work on finishing in traffic and with contact. Coach Warlick keeps the theme of toughness and intensity even on the offensive side of the ball. She shows the teams War Drill, an offensive rebounding and transition drill, which will add energy and intensity to any practice. They also teach the fundamentals of offensive rebounding by showing players how to get around the defender and finish. The Lady Vols spend a large chunk of time working their half court offense against man-to-man and zone defenses. They specially work on their "Drag" set along with how to attack traditional and trapping zones. The team works on some more conditioning with a more free flowing 5-on-5 scrimmage. During this time Coach Warlick likes to emphasize full-court pressure and scoring in transition. Coach Warlick and her staff are tremendous teaches that know how to improve both the team and individual talent. There a more than a handful of coaching concepts you can take from the DVD. Learn how to bring the intensity of a program as successful as Tennessee to your team by renting this DVD today. Rent this basketball practice video today.
Holly Warlick (Rental)-Competitive Rebounding & Defense Drills $17.99
Competitive Rebounding Drills, Defense & Transition Drills Holly Warlick took over for the legendary Pat Summit at the University of Tennessee and went on to win over 70 percent of her games. A former three-time All-American for Coach Summit at Tennessee, Warlick knows tough defense and aggressive rebounding are part of a winning formula. In this video, she shares some of the drills she used to help the Volunteers dominate the boards and spark their transition game. Coach Warlick demonstrates four competitive rebounding drills that are directly responsible for Tennessee’s aggressive rebounding style. The drills are all game-like and simulate a specific aspect of rebounding. One works on sprinting out of help position to box out. Another works on securing a defensive rebound and pushing the ball to half-court in less than two seconds. The War Drill To help gain an understanding of rebounding as a team effort, Warlick demonstrates the War Drill. Players start from a disadvantaged state and ultimately work up to a 5-on-5 competitive situation. The drill focuses on competitive rebounding and flowing into the transition offense in the hopes of obtaining quick scoring opportunities. The Persistence Drill A team of three is forced to continually defend a rotating group of two offenses for a period of 30 seconds before being allowed to exit the drill. Any score or offensive rebound restarts the clock. The drill helps to instill a “never-give-up” mindset. Players learn quickly not to let each other down when on defense. The Transition Drill As it sounds, the Transition Drill is one that helps develop both transition offense and defense. Players compete in a 5-on-5 scrimmage drill that forces players to communicate and react quickly to obtain their goals. This is one of the staple drills that have been part of Tennessee basketball for a long time. Like her predecessor, Coach Warlick used these drills to build toughness in her teams. The drills become part of the daily regimen to winning and they also help to develop the fundamentals and attitude a team needs to excel in playing defense. Rent this competitive rebounding drills DVD today.