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Steve Bergman (Rental)-Positionless Motion Offense $18.99
Positionless Motion Offense The positonless motion offense can work at any level and Iowa City West (IA) HS head coach Steve Bergman can show you how. Bergman has won six Iowa state championships, including three straight between 2012 and 2014. His teams are a perennial playoff team every year with a cast of revolving players. In this video, Coach Bergman shows you how to install and teach his motion offense. In a whiteboard lecture, Coach Bergman reviews the five key elements of his positionless motion offense as well as the five rules that influence how the offense is executed. Bergman then takes a group of players who have never run the offense before and teaches it to them. From spacing to cutting to post play, you will see how easy it is to teach the Motion offense. Cutting Coach Bergman teaches players how to maintain proper spacing and then how to create constant ball and player movement with cutting and filling. Players learn to read the defense to know when to make a cut. Back screens are also introduced as an alternative method of creating some very easy scoring opportunities. Dribble Penetration Players must learn how to react properly to dribble penetration. Bergman teaches them how to respond and maintain proper spacing depending upon where the dribble penetration takes place. Correct spacing will maximize the number of scoring options for the offense. Coach Bergman shows you two breakdown drills for the positionless motion offense that help post players figure out what to do on dribble penetration. Post Play & Pressure Release Coach Bergman shows you how to put pressure on a defense by working the ball into the post. He will show you four scoring options when the ball gets into the post. Each concept is based on creating additional movement. Bergman also shows you options for teams that have two talented post players. He also gets into how to deal with teams that want to challenge passing lanes. You must have a strategy to maintain ball and player movement. Coach Bergman’s presentation can help you develop a motion offense that can work at any level of competition! Rent this positionless motion offense DVD today.
Steve Bergman (Rental)-Building Your Half Court Man To Man Defense $18.99
Building Your Half Court Man to Man Defense It has long been known that defense wins championships at any level of basketball. Iowa City West (IA) HS head coach Steve Bergman has accumulated over 500 career wins and six Iowa Class 4A state championships playing an aggressive man-to-man defense. In this video, Coach Bergman explains the four basic defensive concepts that have contributed to his teams’ defensive success. In this half court man to man defense video, Coach Bergman uses whiteboard segments and on-court demonstrations to give you an in-depth look at his entire defensive system. You will learn Bergman’s rules for three levels of pressure including how to tailor the defense to best suit your personnel and defend the teams you will face during the season. You also get 13 practice drills that will help you build the foundation for an aggressive man-to-man defense. Individual Breakdown Drills Defense begins with stance, footwork, and closeouts and Coach Bergman addresses all three in three different breakdown drills. Each half court man to man defense drill can be adjusted to emphasize the needs of your players based upon their abilities. Coach Bergman stresses hustling back on defense and keeping the ball in front of you. This is how his teams minimize the number of easy baskets by opponents. Shell Drills Coach Bergman helps you build team defense concepts through the use of four- and five-man shell drills. He uses a number of variations to help teach concepts such as denying cutters, helping on dribble penetration, and more. The drills include: Box Drill: works on defending off-ball screens such as pin downs 15-Second Drive Drill: challenges defenders to make the right rotations to stop dribble penetration and recover Five-Man Shell Drills: incorporates post defense and how the post steps up against dribble penetration 5-on-5 Change Drill: perimeter players learn to “help the helper” in drive situations Small-Sided Cutthroat Drills Once the basics of the man-to-man defense have been taught, Coach Bergman turns up the heat with a number of “cutthroat drills” where the defense plays at a disadvantage. These drills include: 8 Passes Drill: defense plays all-out pass denial 4-on-6 Scramble Drill: defenders must rotate correctly to help versus a drive 35-Second Perfection Drill: great drill to demand defenders pay attention to every detail of the defensive system All the tools to build an outstanding half-court man-to-man defense are here for you from concept to application! Rent this half court man to man defense DVD today.