A big part of Coach Frese's success as a coach comes from her brilliance when it comes to the 2-3 match-up zone. The match-up is a combination of man-to-man and zone principles. Benefits of this zone are that it can be played by teams short on size, quickness, athletic ability or numbers. Also, it is flexible because your team can trap out of the zone and stunt against a good post player. Frese details the roles of all five players in this defense; all players must constantly talk and move as a unit with the constant pressure on the ball. Extra features include reaction vs. the skip pass, the dribble drive, and bump and adjust. Specific instruction is given when the ball goes into the post, teaching players to maintain sight of the ball. Drills included in this presentation work on guarding the ball in multiple spots on the floor, as well as how to guard the top and the bottom of the zone.
68 minutes. 2007.
Not a good DVD. I've seen Frese's teams play and they run lots of diffent actions off the 2-3 zone, such as double teaming the post and trapping the corners. She doesn't show those things here. It appears she does not want to give anything away. That's too bad.Championship Productions replies:Coach, Be sure to check our return policy. Perhaps you can exchange for something more suitable to what you're looking for. Call and ask for Thom McDonald if you need recommendations. --Championship Productions
Why are people calling some of these dvd,s match-up zones?? There not.This is a very simple introduction to a 2-3 zone .If you know nothing about a 2-3zone you might find this helpful but I honstly doubt it. Wayne Morgain has a much better dvd on the 2-3 zone.
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