Weight training does help players on the basketball court. Getting stronger will allow a player to pull down more rebounds, fight better for position, nudge off opponents, etc. The body will also be more resistant to injuries.
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Upper Body Weight Training (1-2 sets x 10-12 reps) Shoulder Press; Incline Press; High Row; Chest Press; Incline Row; Inverted Row; Landmine Press; Lat Pulldown; Tricep Dip; Upright Row; Lower Body Plyometric (3 sets x 10-12 jumps) Alternate Leg Bounding; Single Leg Hops; Step Ups; Day 5. Lower Body Weight Training (1-2 sets x 10-12 reps) Dumbbell Lunge; Glute Ham Raises
Since both skills are so important for success on the court, training them should be part of your basketball conditioning drills. To improve your short distance sprinting and your defensive ...
Begin baseline, sprint to nearest free throw line and back to base line, then to court and back to baseline, then to the opposite free throw line and back, now to the opposite baseline and back. (Under 30 seconds is great) If is takes you more than that, rest until one minute is up. Remember, you want to complete five in five minutes. XI.
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Court 45 is a youth training program effective in building positive character traits in young people, while using basketball as a tool. Through this experience, athletes learn to apply life skills and transfer positive values of basketball to everyday development. “We help each individual maximize their possibilities & potential!”.
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Designed for casual basketball players of all skill levels, Full Court Fitness is a group fitness activity based on a team training session. Full Court Fitness uses basketball training drills to improve your cardio and core strength while providing you with game-like situations to practice your jump shots, lay-ups and defense - all in a social team environment.