Learn how to dominate in the post from Danny Manning, one of the greatest post players in NCAA basketball history. Coach Manning teaches you a series of advanced post development drills that covers hand-eye coordination, cardio, on the block, and off the block moves.
To begin the workout, Coach Manning breaks down a fundamental, but almost indefensible move, the jump hook shot. Through five phases, Manning uses this potent move to create easy scoring opportunities. From working in the half court to full court sprint and seal, your post players will learn the proper footwork they need to creating scoring opportunities on the best post defender. Coach Manning uses 1v0 and 1v2 drills to teach his post players how to read the defense and score in any situation. Finally, Coach adds some cardio to the move as well as a run and seal action to initiate it.
Moving to the block, your players will learn to master the art of the shot fake. Coach Manning emphasizes the shot fake with every move to create an advantage and create the old fashion three point play as your offense dominates the inside. In his Double chop drill, post players learn to attack the hip of their defender creating separation.
As the video progresses Coach Manning moves his post players off the block to create the complete post player. He uses the jab steps, cradle dribbles, cheat steps and crossover attacks so that players can quickly read the defense and be aware of the defense around them. You will learn nine post moves that your players can master off the block. He will teach you how to build your players slowly so they can master footwork and technique before building bad habits in a fast paced game.
Every post player takes time to develop. Coach Manning throws in seven different hand eye coordination drills to help develop your players hands. Using a variety of different equipment such as medicine balls and tennis balls, he puts his players through a dynamic workout to strengthen their skill.
As Kansas's all time leading scorer, Danny Manning scored at will around the rim. He uses his knowledge and experience as post player to teach all aspects of the post game. This video is a must-have in every coach's knowledge library - from high school to college to professional level.
45 minutes. 2014.
One of the most disappointing DVDs I've purchased (among the 40-50). If you own other post DVDs, this one won't add much to your knowledge base. If you are considering this as your first DVD purchase to learn more about post moves, you can do much better. I recommend Better Basketball's Better Post Play or Sherri Coale's AAU Coaching Girls Basketball Post Player Skill Development.
I believe the DVD is titled "advanced" because Manning is asking his players to use multiple fakes and jabs to create a shot. There isn't anything new about these moves that are being shown, or any teaching about HOW to best perform the move. Additionally and unfortunately, Manning's players aren't ready to implement these moves because 2 out of the 5 of them travel every time they are told to pivot instead of drop step. Instead of stopping to slow things down and teach, Manning gives only verbal feedback that is ineffective at correcting the error.
Again - Overall value from this DVD was very low, and I tend to find value in even the smallest of details.
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