(Rental)-Dynamic Perimeter Player Workout
Dynamic Perimeter Player Workout
The development of perimeter basketball players is an absolute must when building a successful program. Perimeter players run the offense and must have a wide range of skills to do so. Tarik Robinson, professional basketball trainer, shows you how to develop perimeter players in this in-depth presentation. Robinson has spent 15 years training basketball players from the elite youth level all the way to the NBA.
In this perimeter player workout video, he addresses all of the skills a perimeter player should have including ball handling, individual moves, defensive skills, and much more. The drills he introduces are easy enough to add to one’s individual workouts or even to team workouts. You will see that Coach Robinson does an outstanding job of challenging athletes in an effort to make them better.
Perimeter players must be excellent ball handlers. Coach Robinson goes through a series of stationary and on-the-move ball handling drills. From the basic crossover to zig-zag dribbling, Robinson pushes players to be explosive with the ball. The Spider Dribble drill forces players to stay low and focused with the basketball. It is a challenging dribbling drill that will also make your players’ thighs scream.
In today’s modern game, one of the most important skills a perimeter player can develop is the ability to score off a ball screen. Coach Robinson teaches players how to read the defense in order to create shots or passes to teammates. He teaches the Freeze move, which forces defenses to make a decision giving ball handlers a chance to create for themselves or their teammates.
Coach Robinson demonstrates some of the moves used by NBA stars like James Harden and Russell Westbrook. These moves are difficult, but Robinson does a great job of breaking them down so that any player can add them to their repertoire. Coach Robinson is big on creativity and it shows in this segment.
Perimeter players must be able to defend. Coach Robinson uses combination drills to work on defense while still focusing on the fun part of the game – offense. The Closeout Drill has players work on their steps to the closeout. Players are then rewarded with the opportunity to attack the rim and work on finishing moves.
The best way to develop any player is simply 1-on-1 competition. Coach Robinson starts with 1-on-0 action to teach footwork and attacking angles. He then progresses to 1-on-1 and teaches a variety of moves including how to draw fouls in the lane.
Today’s game of basketball requires a large skill set. Coach Robinson can help you build complete perimeter players with this DVD. Rent this perimeter player workout DVD today.