In his first two years as head coach, Coach Young led his team to the NAIA National Championship and followed that up with a 27 win season. Young concentrates on four priorities during workouts; working with the players' feet, always have a basketball in their hands, work on some type of finish and conditioning. Six warm-up drills are a part of each workout. The first is a jump shot drill that loosens up the players. Pivoting is the key to the next drill that also addresses balance. A third warm-up drill utilizes chairs at mid-floor. Another drill works on dribble moves and hard finishes at the basket. Shooting drills are also a focus for Young in every practice. He demonstrates five intense shooting drills that combine form shooting with footwork and repetition. Another set of drills stresses finishing strong at the basket. Explosion, concentration and conditioning are a part of these excellent finishing drills. Bands are incorporated into several drills to add strength. The 2-minute drill has a goal of 55 made shots. This is a continuous drill that involves teamwork, communication and making shots. Five ball-handling drills wrap up this DVD on drill work for practice. Each drill is purposeful and can benefit each player on your team.
68 minutes. 2006.
I thought this was a great video. After seeing Coach Young last year at the Pittsburgh clinic, I wanted to buy this video. There are a bunch of great drills for guards and post.
I agree with the other reviews. This was an excellent video with quite a few drills that have already proven useful in practice for my team. Frequently, when a title refers to "x number of drills" the video has far less than that number and it's more like a just variations of the same drill but in this case, there were close to at least 20 unique and productive drills. Great for offseason workouts involving skills development and conditioning.
Young does a great job presenting the information. He is one of the better presenters in coaching. We use many of his drills and workouts in our program.
Awesome video.....I have to admit I find the highschool and NAIA coaches to a great job in breaking down skills into teachable drills. Many of the drills I now use with my highschool team.
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