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All-Access Maryland Women's Basketball Practice with Brenda Frese

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Features & Benefits
  • Sit in on over 8 hours of practice with Brenda Frese and her 2010 WNIT Tournament team
  • Get an "All-Access" look into Coach Frese's program including coaching philosophy, warm-up drills, practice drills, team offense, transition play, and team defense.
  • Get an insider's look at Maryland's strength and conditioning basketball specific workouts both with weights, abdominal work, and improving functional body movement.
with Brenda Frese, University of Maryland Head Coach;
2006 National Champions

Learn the essentials of running a successful practice from one of the top coaches in women's basketball. Brenda Frese has won 72.9 percent of her games since taking over the Maryland program. She has two Elite 8 appearances along with winning the 2006 NCAA Championship. Now you can watch three of her daily practices, a strength & conditioning/shooting workout, and presentations from the entire staff at their annual coaching clinic for the 2009-10 season.

Assistant Coach David Adkins guides you through an in-season weight training workout. You will see the team performing an active warm up, incline press with lat pull down, power pulls with thera leg band extension, medicine ball drop with tricep pull downs, team abdominal workout with medicine ball. After completing this 30 minute segment, they head to the court for a 30 minute shooting workout. They focus on shooting technique while working out the soreness from the weight room, then they go into power jumpers, partner shooting using the Gun, and end the shooting workout with free throws.

Coach Frese begins each practice with a team warm-up and dynamic stretching segment that leads into "finishing school" where they emphasize finishing shots around the basket and footwork. They also work on transition offense by running 5-man weave back to 3-on-2 back to 2-on-1 as well as 5-4-3 flawless, transition recognition and position work. These drills are designed to improve communication, footwork, ball handling, passing and shooting.

Get an in-depth look at Coach Frese's offensive system including transition offense, zone offense, press offense, and her half court offense-thumbs down and thumbs special. You will see how Frese builds her drills adding components and progressions while working on feeding the post. She also emphasizes the importance of getting shots up from spots in your offense.

Coach Frese shows you the defensive drills she uses to build her defensive system, as well as her match-up zone. See how Frese teaches stance, guarding your yard, closeouts, jumping to the ball, dribble contain, denial, defending ball screens, post defense and rebounding. See the build-up drills from 2-on-2 to 3-on-3 to 4-on-4 into the shell drill working on defensive principles in every segment. You will also get a look at their "22" press, which is a 2-2-1 press back to their match-up zone defense.

In these classroom presentations, Coach Frese talks about "Being a Leader." She highlights 11 components she feels are important for a head coach in becoming an effective leader. These traits include creating energy, work ethic, building confidence, setting goals and more. A Q&A session covers a wide variety of topics including picking captains, working with a young team, the mid-year crunch of practices and more.

Assistant Coach Marlin Chin talks about the Maryland post player philosophy and development. He also takes you through some of their offensive set plays. Assistant Coach Tina Langley serves as the programs recruiting coordinator and discusses the NCAA Recruiting rules. She highlights the "what and when" of student-athlete contacts, permissible recruiting mailing materials, official visits and the NCAA clearinghouse. Coach Adkins finishes with another look into the strength and conditioning work they do during the season. These basketball-specific exercises were developed to give the players a total body workout while building the core using body weight movements.

Experience what makes Coach Frese one of the top coaches in the game. Use this DVD to incorporate her concepts into your program to give your team the edge for next season.

597 minutes. 2010.

All Access videos are designed to allow viewers from all over the world to see how successful coaches run their practices in a "live" practice setting. All Access videos allow viewers to see the practices un-edited and in real-time. You will see how top coaches run their drills, interact with their team and staff, how they motivate their team, the cue words they use, the atmosphere of the practice and how practices are structured from day to day. Many coaches visit successful colleges and high schools to watch practice. But if you live out of state or out of the country, visiting another coach's gym can be costly. That's why we created the All Access Practice Series of videos -- to bring the practices to you!

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All-Access Maryland Women's Basketball Practice with Brenda Frese
on August 17, 2016
  • Currently 5/5 Stars.
5/5 Stars

by JellyBean2144

This is a 5-star rated All-Access DVD series. Out of my collection of All-Access and tons of other Championship Production basketball DVDs, Brenda and Sherri Coale are my favorites!

This Maryland Women's basketball does not disappoint. DVD#1: Starts off with the Strength and Conditioning phase. Great tips and workouts on developing speed, agility, and the core conditioning/ strength that players need, especially for female players. The tips offered help to reduce ACL injuries for our female athletes. The next part of the DVD moves into a Maryland WBB practice session. Here you get the drills and break down drills the coaches develop for the players to work on the Maryland offense. What I really enjoyed was the constant communication between players and coaches. If a player had a question about a certain read on the offense, the coaching staff or coach Frese was able to address those questions with knowledge and experience. Very good stuff.

DVD2 is more practice sessions and the team going over offensive and defensive drill work and scrimmage sessions. in this DVD #2, you get the chance to see the defensive workouts that have made Maryland so strong. You also get a chance to see them develop their "22" 2-2-1 press from the ground up. Again, great progression of drill work.

DVD3 was the best. This was coaching clinic put on by the Maryland coaching staff. Really top notch stuff offered here. The Maryland coaching staff sharing their offensive and defensive philosophy with coaches from that area. Also tips of scouting, recruiting, what college coaches are looking for in future players.

DVD4&5 were more Maryland offensive and defensive practice sessions. Skill development workouts, shooting drills, an offensive and defensive drill work.

Again, over the 597 minutes, roughly 10 hours, you get a great look at one of the top coaches in the nation and how she, along with her coaching staff, have made Maryland Women's Basketball program a force in the NCAA women's Division. If you are a coach that is always seeking new knowledge and how to improve a program or keep your program at the top, this is an All-Access series you should purchase. 5-Star rating in my book!!

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