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Snow Valley (Rental)-Snow Valley Basketball Camp: Individual Skill Development $19.99
Snow Valley Basketball School Presents: Individual Skill Development Improve the individual basketball skills of your players with the help of the Snow Valley Basketball Camp. It is one of the premier camps in the nation featuring an outstanding group of experienced high school, college, and professional coaches. In this video, Drew Hanlen, an NBA/Elite College Skills Coach; Alan Stein, head strength and conditioning coach for Nike Elite and DeMatha Catholic HS; and Tates Locke, a former NBA and NCAA coach take you through a number of drills designed to improve players’ skills. Ball Handling: Point Guards Coach Hanlen emphasizes a hard dribble and helps points develop an offensive focus. Learn to use your body as a shield to seal off a defender and ride him to the basket. This also helps you ignore fouling and maintain your balance. Acceleration/Deceleration Drills Stein, a well-known basketball trainer, takes you through drills that help you take control of your acceleration and deceleration. You can really improve your game simply by increasing your change-of-direction speed, reaction time, and agility. Balance and Resistance Training Coach Stein takes you through an intense resistance training session. You will see a number of body resistance drills that will help you improve balance which helps in running, changing directions, backpedaling, sliding on defense, and jumping and landing. Each of these skills is valuable in the game of basketball. Footwork Drills for Offensive Development Coach Tate can help players improve their offensive game with his 8 Stages of Footwork Development. Coach Locke breaks down each state in detail and describes how this package will allow you to develop a go-to move and a counter move to keep defenders off balance. These drills are the same used by some of the NBA’s best. Ball Handling: All Players Coach Hanlen puts players through a grueling ball handling workout that features chairs on the floor to restrict a player’s space and ability to move. He also encourages defenders to foul to add more of a challenge. Hanlen teaches players the change of pace, dribbling with speed, and identifying ways to beat your defender. Individual Player Development Players will learn skills on both sides of the ball in this segment. A single drill may include facets of both offense and defense helping players develop multiple skill sets at the same time. Improve defensive shuffling, closeouts, passing, stepping into a jump shot, and much more. All of these drills can be done in a full team setting or with as few as two players. Practice Session In all, Coach Locke shows you 15 drills that focus on the basic fundamentals of basketball – dribbling, shooting, passing, etc. This segment gives you an idea of how you can coordinate your practice to get the most out of your players. Snow Valley Basketball Camp provides players with all the critical fundamental and technical skills to become a top player at any level. Rent this Snow Valley basketball drills DVD today.
Snow Valley (Rental)-Snow Valley Basketball Camp: Offensive Skills $19.99
Offensive Skills in Basketball - Snow Valley Develop your entire offensive game with the help of the Snow Valley Basketball Camp. The camp is one of the best in the nation and features former NCAA and NBA coach Tates Locke and NBA/Elite College Skills coach Drew Hanlen, among others. In this video, coaches work on a number of offensive fundamentals. Moving Without the Ball Players must be able to move without the ball. Coach Hanlen describes five different cuts a player can make to create space after coming off of a screen. The 4-on-4 cutthroat drill is introduced to force players to use one of the cuts to get open. Post Player Fundamentals Coaches use drills to teach post players the proper footwork and hand and body position involved in post play. You will see instruction on posting up and entry passes. Individual Offense Coach Hanlen shows you 1-on-0 and 1-on-1 drills designed to improve a player’s individual offense. Players use fakes and quick body movements to get their defender off balance. Transition Offense Coach Paul Saevre, a Beloit College assistant, insists on players making quick decisions in game-like situations. In this segment, he puts players in various scenarios – 2-on-1 and eventually 5-on-5 – to help develop this skill. He also puts players through a secondary break drill to further enhance teaching quick decision making. Offensive Skill Work: Pick and Roll The pick and roll must be mastered as it is a big part of today’s game. Coach Hanlen teaches the art of the action. He teaches guards how to read when coming off of a screen and how to attack a defense. Coach Hanlen uses a series of drills to teach foot position, shoulder placement, and how to maintain your vision when coming off a screen. Zone Offense In the final segment, players learn a simple but effective zone offense. Players learn that passing and fake passes really disrupt the zone. Coach Locke uses a 4-on-4 shell drill to teach players how to attack the seams in a zone defense. He also shows players how to use dribble penetration to forces two players to guard one offensive player. This 194-minute video is another outstanding presentation from Snow Valley Basketball Camp, which gives players all of the fundamentals and technical skills they need to become top players at any level. Rent this offensive skills in basketball DVD today.