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Terry Layton (Rental)-Cutthroat 4 on 4 Drills & Variations $18.99
Cutthroat 4-on-4 Drills & Variations The Cutthroat Drill has become a staple in NBA and FIBA practices. While primarily a defensive drill, Nike scout and International Basketball Consultant Terry Layton offers a different take on Cutthroat using it as the cornerstone of his approach to coaching the sport. Layton has over 300 wins as a high school, junior college, and college coach in the U.S. as well as 300-plus wins coaching at the international level. In this video, Layton shows you how he has taken the defensive-minded Cutthroat Drill and used it to maximize practice time by using it to work on offensive concepts as well. Cutthroat Drill – The Set Up The traditional Cutthroat drill was derived from the basic Shell Drill and has been used primarily to develop sound team defenses. Layton prefers to get the most out of the drill by teach offensive concepts as well. In preparing for Cutthroat, Layton teaches varying formations starting with the basic 2-2 as well a 1-2-1 alignment that many prefer. Offensive Concepts Layton works on offensive concepts such as cutting, creating movement, passing, and communication as part of the Cutthroat Drill. Players drill simple actions like stepping toward a pass in this live-action situation. This version of Cutthroat is much livelier and the fast pace prepares players for game situations. Defensive Basics With improved offensive play, the Cutthroat Drill becomes even more of a challenge for the defense. Layton will teach players the basics of defense including proper closeout technique. He will use the four-line closeout drill where he teaches players to close out with their feet parallel and pointed at the ball. This creates a wall that prevents dribble penetration. With a solid understanding of closeouts, Layton introduces live 4-on-4. The drill begins with a pass to a perimeter player. The defense then touches hands before closing out to defend while the offense begins to attack the defense. Keeping Everyone Involved In an effort to avoid players standing around while the drill is in progress, Layton uses a number of ways to keep everyone active and engaged. Coach Layton likes to have at least 75 percent of his players active at all times. Some of the ways to do so are to have players work on conditioning or on passing fundamentals. Coach Layton’s take on Cutthroat is what every coach should want from his practices: a competitive environment where players are actively engaged and improving their skills. This 67-minute video will have a lasting impact on how you approach practice daily.
Terry Layton (Rental)-Explosive & Full Court Drills Around The World $15.99
Explosive and Full Court Drills from Around the World Terry Layton has been around the world as a basketball coach, scout, and player. Currently a Nike scout and International Basketball Consultant for Latin America, Layton offers some of what is being done at the international level. He shares some very innovative drills and ideas not seen elsewhere. All the drills are demonstrated with just two baskets, which is what most international coaches have available. Explosion Drills Using whiteboard diagrams and on-court demonstrations, Coach Layton provides an overview of explosion drills. These are used to improve an athlete’s speed and teach an athlete how to change speeds. It’s a unique look inside some interesting training. Coach Layton discusses 10 aspects of explosion training. These include moving faster after making a fake, increasing speed when changing direction, exploding after a pass or screen, exploding into position in transition, and more. You will see two drills on technique, two on faking, three drills that work on passing, and many more. There are also defensive drills including one for long traps and one for short traps. The drills give unique insight into basketball in the international arena. Full Court Drills In the next segment, Coach Layton covers seven drills used by some of the top international coaches in the game. Each drill incorporates Fartlek training or continuous interval training to help condition athletes. The full-court drills work on fundamental habits warmup or pre-game routines to get players loose and focused Chinese Drill: players that turn athletes into explosive players. You will see passing drills that teach players how to get the ball to an open teammate. Along with that, Coach Layton shows you a new concept called “belly passes” to prepare players for any open shot. The drills Coach Layton shares include: Argentine Drill: use for learn to attack the basket off a pick-and-roll or pick-and-pop Mexican 3-Ball Drill: players master the triple threat and shot prep as they look to attack the basket off a drive and kick situation Coach Layton’s presentation can help you develop players all while maximizing your gym space. Push your players to a new level of training and moving with this DVD. Rent this Full Court Drills DVD today.
Terry Layton (Rental)-Plays, Drills, & Concepts Around The World $15.99
Basketball Plays, Drills, and Concepts from Around the World Terry Layton understands basketball from a global perspective and shares his knowledge of the sport with you in this video. Coach Layton has over 300 wins at the high school, junior college, and college level in the U.S. and has another 300-plus wins at the international level. He has worked as a talent scout in Latin America, done work around the world with Athletes in Action, and serves as a Nike scout and International Basketball Consultant for Latin America. Coach Layton shares his knowledge of the international game in this instructional DVD where he first discusses the international style of play. He will show you how to incorporate the pick and roll into a flex offense and teach you how to neutralize the first defender back in transition. You will also learn a Yugoslavian set play that creates a scoring opportunity for every player on the floor. Initially, Coach Layton discusses why international players have a better understanding of spacing on a basketball floor. It can be traced back to soccer. Most international players have played soccer at some level. Soccer helps players understand spacing much easier on a basketball floor. Understanding spacing can help teams score more and Coach Layton shows you how. Basketball Plays On the Court Demonstration Using on-court demonstrations, Coach Layton teaches proper spacing as part of the Magnano Flex, a very successful offense that is used around the globe. The Magnano Flex prevents defenses from simply camping out under the basket and defending all of your cuts around the rim. Coach Layton then shows you a transition offense that creates advantages by taking advantage of the first defender back. This method of attacking a defense creates a very aggressive transition game that coaches can use to their advantage. You will also see a few sideline out of bounds plays and set basketball plays from Coach Layton. The Yugoslavian play incorporates screening in the post away from the ball. You will see one of the hottest new trends in the international game – screen, pick, pop, and roll. Each action or play has its own practice drills that Coach Layton shows you so that players understand the movements and how to break down any defense. Coach Layton provides you the knowledge and expertise to effectively implement concepts from around the world. This 57-minute video provides you will actions the best teams in the world are using. Rent this basketball plays DVD today.
Terry Layton (Rental)-Warm-up & Shooting Drills Around The World $15.99
Warm-Up and Shooting Drills from Around the World Nike scout and International Basketball Consultant Terry Layton takes you around the world to show you warm ups, shooting strategies, full-court drills, and explosive training techniques used with international athletes. Coach Layton has over 300 career wins at the high school, junior college, and college levels in the U.S. and 300-plus wins at the international level as well. In this video, he takes you through everything from dynamic warmup drills to half-court shooting drills used by some of the best shooters in the world. Coach Layton’s drills are sure to improve your players’ athleticism and skill. Warmup Drills Coach Layton runs you through his warmup drills. He believes in every player handling the ball as it makes practice more fun and adds to the skills players can learn. He calls it “the magic of the ball.” Warmup drills can be done with or without a ball and he will show you how you can improve basketball skills as well as communication between players. Reaction drills help players to develop the ability to think quickly while on their feet. You’ll see how to increase the complexity and degree of difficulty of ball-handling drills to challenge players in skill development. Layton also covers the rhythm of play and how changing speeds makes players harder to defend. Coach Layton demonstrates the All in One drill that improves a player’s ability to get game shots. He takes you through the drill step by step with each skill building on the previous one. You will also see how to maximize just two baskets and develop layup skills, post player shots, perimeter shots, dribble penetration and relocation, and passing skills. Shooting Drills Going deep into his experience, Coach Layton shares 15 of the best shooting drills he has seen from around the world. Each drills uses just two baskets, so you learn how to maximize gym space and time while giving your team an efficient workout. Drills are broken down into phases that simulate game situations. The drills also provide conditioning and train other skills while improving shooting ability. Layton also shares four competitive shooting games that are fun and engaging. They also push players to get out of their comfort zones and develop their shot. Near the end, Coach Layton demonstrates Dice Free Throws where post players practice block out techniques and free throw shooters are put in pressure situations. Coaches at every level can benefit from Coach Layton’s expertise. This is a great training video for warmups and for developing skills.