Youth Basketball Drills & Sample Practice Plans © Page 2 Toe Touches This is a simple stretch where players stand straight with their legs together and feet flat on the ground. The player then SLOWLY attempts to touch their toes while keeping their knees/legs straight. The players should not bounce when attempting to touch their toes. Quad Stretch
Youth Dribbling & Ball Handling Drills. 1. Maravich Stationary Ball Handling Drills - These are beginner drills to help develop better hand-eye coordination and a feel for the basketball. 2. 2-1-0 Dribbling Drills - These are beginner progressions for teaching basketball moves to your players. 3.
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We are extremely fortunate to have top instructors and clinicians that have many years of experience and tremendous knowledge in basketball development and training. Our offerings will vary from general basketball instruction to advanced player development and are for ages 5U-14U. The intent of the Academy is to provide superior instruction, premier player development, at an affordable/cost effective price point for the up and coming youth basketball player.
Improve your basketball skills at Stan Kimbrough Basketball Training Program. Through hard work and fun, we teach you important skills to improve your game and gain the confidence you need to become a better shooter, passer, and ball dribbler. A former NBA and Division I basketball player, Stan Kimbrough has put together a youth basketball training program using the drills and knowledge he learned while playing at the professional and collegiate levels.
2. Skill Work. The bulk of a youth basketball practice should be skill work. The drills should be fun and interesting while still improving the skill of your players. This includes drills that teach players how to perform the skill movement correctly, along with drills that assist them to learn when to use the skill.
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6-Week Basketball Training Program. Anybody is capable of improving their physical conditioning for basketball, even over a short period of time. Six weeks is the length of time between the start of the classes in the fall and the first preseason exhibition games for a college team, the end of the live period and the beginning of the school year or the first open tryouts and a training camp for a national or provincial time.