Dave Arseneault's Running to Win!
on March 19, 2012
Although I'm a huge fan of Coach Arseneault and his system, I was a little disappointed with this video. About half the video is spent on white board discussions of what the system is and the numbers behind it which, while interesting, isn't particularly helpful to anyone attempting to implement it. The on court drills are more an explanation of how to get three point shooters open in the half court rather than getting the fast break going.
In reading the summary of the DVD I was expecting to get some drills that would simulate starting the break from various situations such as a defensive rebound, steal, etc. Coach Arseneault provides a bit of a disclaimer at the start of the DVD stating that this is the second DVD of a set and that if you don't have the first you are missing some of the background information. Perhaps the first DVD would have been more of what I was looking for - unfortunately, I haven't been able to figure out what that DVD is.
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Championship Productions replies:
Coach, If you are interested in Dave Arsenault's first video, the title is "Running to Extremes" (BD-00792). It's not on our website, but you can purchase a copy by calling our office. The ad is below. FYI-We don't have a cover for this DVD, so it's shipped in a white paper sleeve.
Coach Arseneault has made his mark in history by setting the NCAA record for scoring in a season ('01- '02) when his team averaged 124.9 ppg, connecting on 20.4 3-pointers per contest! His squads have led the NCAA in scoring for 10 straight years! Arseneault has used his innovative coaching techniques and strategy to further develop and tweak his new and improved offensive system. Using markerboard presentation, on-court demonstration and game footage, Arseneault shares the evolution of his running game and the adjustments he has made to overcome opponent strategies. He demonstrates how to get your team running and scoring after all possible situations, where each player knows their responsibility after a live turnover, a score, after a handle and after offensive and defensive rebounds. He teaches all of these strategies using multiple full-court drills getting every player involved. In addition, Arseneault shares more than 10 of his favorite shooting drills to prepare every player to be a good shooter.