(Rental)-Off-season Workouts For Basketball
- Alan Stein explains the importance of off-season workouts
- Drills that push players outside their comfort zones to make them more mentally and physically tough
- Seven basketball-specific conditioning drills are also included
Competitivity is something that can only be learned through daily practice. Alan Stein believes that players must step out of their comfort zones to become more mentally and physically challenged. The workout's difficulty is set by the standard warm-up. There are 11 drills for tennis ball agility, quickness, and anticipation training. Players develop dynamic flexibility as a conditioned response. Coach Stein shares nine drills that prepare players for full-speed practice. Stein uses cones to help players practice their help defense. When you are doing drills, it is important to see the play and not only react to commands. Drills that may be used include the Touch Glass Outlet, get-backs, Spin-Retreat Break, and the 4 man/3 point drill. This program uses heavy balls for the conditioning phase. Stein also shares seven drills that are basketball-specific. The presentation ends with finishing drills, which require concentration and endurance.
73 minutes. 2007.