(Rental)-Toughness Drills & Early Offense
- Your players will be more secure and agile.
- Demanding defensive drills can help build team resilience
- You can get great shots by using versatile early offense
Geno Ford instills toughness in every game, drill, and practice he leads.
Ford practices daily with two-ball drills and ladder work. Full court dribbling is also part of his daily routine. Ford's 1-on-1 and 2-on-2 competitions require toughness and ball security. These drills simulate game-like situations, with pressure, traps, and decisions. Ford's multipurpose shooting drill will help build conditioning and increase shooting range and accuracy.
Ford's secondary offensive system is featured in the second half of this DVD. This offense relies heavily on screening. Your team can use the back, brush, and on-ball screens to distort defense and consistently get high quality shots. This offense has a hidden weapon: aggressive pursuit of missed shots in the offensive glass. This will result in easy baskets. Ford offers suggestions for skills development, toughness, and easy baskets. These three traits will help you score more easily and limit your turnovers.
56 minutes. 2009.
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