If you watch any level of basketball, one thing the best players all have in common is the ability to naturally react and adapt to anything that is thrown at them. Whether is it is a double-team, help-side defense, a jumbled play, etc… the best players have the skill set necessary to react naturally to each situation without having to think about their next move.
The past two weeks we introduced you to stationary ball handling series that are great for improving your hand-e
The above video demonstrates how you can use training tools for skill development and game simulation. This week we introduce the tennis ball into our ball handling series. The tennis ball is a great training tool that can be used for accountability while dribbling. In this series, the tennis ball holds both our eyes and our “off-hand” accountable at all times by forcing us to focus our eyes on something other than the basketball and by keeping our “off-hand” active and engag
We are in the thick of basketball season. There have been some outstanding games. To watch players come up with big shots and big plays is fun to watch. Even though we are seeing them physically deliver on the big stage, preparation for those shots actually begins long before any shot is ever taken. Did you know that human beings only use about 5% of their Mental Potential? This week we want to introduce a very important part of your overall basketball development, “Mental