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Advanced Basketball Drills for Women: Wing



Advanced Basketball Drills for Women: Wing
See more by Steph Wood
  • Currently 3.67/5 Stars.
3.67/5 Stars (3 Reviews)
  • Know exactly what you need to do to take your skill set to the next level
  • Learn to score off the dribble and off of the catch
  • Over 20 drills and variations designed to become an elite offensive player and lock-down defender


Description

with Steph Wood,
Founder and Director of The Stronger Woman;
former Lead Trainer with Ganon Baker Basketball;

featuring Lori Drake; former University of North Carolina Wilmington player, CAA All-Conference player (2007);
Certified Skill Development Trainer/ with Ganon Baker Basketball

Basketball trainer Steph Wood leads a group of former college and professional players through technique and drill training that will transform your game both physically and mentally.

The Standards
Wood highlights 10 standards that a wing guard must be able to properly execute in order to take your skills to the next level:

  • Be able to execute the five angles of the ball screen
  • Effectively feed, cut, and play off the post
  • Shoot 35-45% from the 3-point line during games; 60-70% in practice
  • Have two separation moves off the dribble and off the triple-threat position with counters to each of them
  • Read the defense off of a down screen or pin down screen
  • Make open shots from 15-19 feet at 70-80%
  • Score in transition
  • Be a great perimeter defender and contain defensive penetration
  • Be in great shape both mentally and physically
  • Finish around the rim with secondary moves
Offensive Drills
Wood teaches drills designed to build on your repertoire of moves and your ability to attack the defense. These drills are demonstrated using both chairs and cones at game speed to replicate practical situations. With an array of shooting drills off the catch, off of screens, and in transition, Steph Wood covers it all.

Defensive Drills
Wood and Drake show you defensive drills that can be used in both individual workouts and during practices. They reinforce technique of staying low, having your hands up, and most importantly communicating at all times throughout each drill.

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43 Minutes. 2011.


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Ratings & Reviews

Advanced Basketball Drills for Women: Wing
on December 23, 2011
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
4/5 Stars

by JellyBean2144

Generally I am nervous about purchasing DVDs from coaches that I have never heard of, and the short video samples don't help either. But knowing that coach Steph Wood/Coach Lori Drake came from the Ganon Baker camp, all of my skepticism went away pretty quickly, and I wasn't too disappointed. Positives: The coaches know their craft. Great teaching points throughout. The coaches used ten teachers; standard one is about how to use screens. We got the high/flat/horn/baseline/sideline. Standard two was feeding the post, which is an lost art. Standard three was how a wing player can position themselves when their teammate drives and kicks it out. Standard four how to create space for yourself when on the wing. Standard five-seven were about the mid-range game, how to work the floor in transition, and other helpful shooting drills. Standards eight-ten were blended in because there were no other announcement letting you know after standards five-seven. The DVD also threw in the floater,euro-step/euro-fade, and the reverse pivot. There were tons of drills. I like working with chair drills, and this DVD had several ideas that a coach can use. My favorite one was the triple, triple threat drill. Same with cone drills. The creating space and the five spot drills were wonderful and I will use them during practice for my team. Negative(s): Post passing. Nice that they showed how to throw into the post. But not every pass is going to be easy. I wish that they would have demonstrated a "fake high/throw low" post entry pass or vice versa. Another negative was towards the end. The standards. I got confused because all through the DVD, they were announcing the standards. When it got to V,VI,VII those three were combined and then VIII, IX,and X were...???? So I was a little confused. But I think that it was blended in :) But I am geeked about this DVD series. If the other two are like the Wing series, I am all in. Coach Steph and Coach Lory are excellent coaches. They know the game. They are excellent teachers. And their love of the game is evident throughout the DVD. Great stuff.

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Advanced Basketball Drills for Women: Wing
on July 7, 2011
  • Currently 2/5 Stars.
2/5 Stars

by Anonymous

Wouldn't buy this DVD based on this clip. The athlete turns in the post with the ball at her waist and nothing is said. Drill is fine but drills don't teach, coaches teach and there wasn't any teaching during the drill.

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Advanced Basketball Drills for Women: Wing
on June 13, 2011
  • Currently 5/5 Stars.
5/5 Stars

by BrentSummers297

cant see it

Championship Productions replies:
Coach, Please contact us at 800-873-2730 if you have any questions. Thanks, Lonnie Kragel Championship Productions

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