Basketball Workouts

Basketball Workouts

 

Basketball Workouts

 

All of the basketball workouts in this section are designed to help players improve their athleticism. They will work on a variety of different areas of athleticism as well. Players will be able to develop their vertical jump, improve agility, increase functional basketball strength, improve stability, increase speed, and more. This will translate over to the basketball court and allow players to get a physical advantage on their opponent.

For example, if a player can be a step quicker on offense, they will get driving angles to wherever they want to go. If they are a step quicker on defense, they will be able to defensive slide and keep their opponent from getting where they want to go. Some players are more naturally gifted, but it all starts with working on and developing quickness, strength, speed, vertical, etc.

Professional trainers designed these basketball workouts for all age groups and skill levels. Our trainers have put in years of hard work, studied the human body, and have learned how to make it stronger and faster. You will learn in minutes the basketball drills that they have spent years fine-tuning and developing.

Basketball is becoming a sport where quickness and speed are a must if you want to compete at a high level. So whether you are a coach/trainer or a basketball player, this section of basketball workouts will have all the tools you will need.

Some of the workouts require training tools, so make sure that you visit our list of basketball training equipment if you need one of the tools.

 

 

Basketball Workouts for Coaches

As a basketball coach, you are sometimes asked to double up as a strength trainer if there is no budget for a trainer. In cases like this, if you have not had a background in sports training, it can be a challenging task. With these basketball workout videos, you will have everything you need to step into that role with your team. The trainer in each video will breakdown every movement, teach the exercise or drill, and then a high-level player will demonstrate it. All of this will allow you to not only be able to turn around and teach it to your players but also critique their form and technique. This is going to be essential for a player’s athletic development.

The other great thing about all of these training videos is that they are basketball-specific. Some of the movements will translate to multiple sports, but they are primarily geared for basketball. As a coach, you will know that doing these basketball workouts adds value to your players and team.

If you already have a sports training background, use these videos for new material. All of the trainers featured are experts and will provide high-level material. So make sure to take advantage of everything that they have provided.

 

 

Basketball Workouts for Players

Most basketball players don’t have access to a high-level personal trainer, at least without paying a fortune. That is why these basketball workouts exist. Our athletic trainers have worked with professional and college athletes and will provide you with the tools you need to develop.

Each of the training videos will show you exactly how to do the movements so that you can replicate it on your own later. This will allow you to be able to jump higher, run faster, move quicker, etc. All of this will translate over to the court as well.

It is critical, though, that you lock in on the correct form when watching the training videos. Each video will come with detailed instructions, and the better you can follow that instruction, the more the drill will help you. So really, make sure to pay attention to each movement executed before practicing it on your own.

The good thing about all of our training videos is that you can take them to the gym with you. Our iPhone and Android app will allow you to pull up the video right there with you in the gym while working out if need be. Also, with our Pro Membership, you will get access to already created training plans from our expert trainers.

 

 

Basketball Workouts for Trainers

As a basketball trainer, you are responsible for a player’s complete development. This includes agility, quickness, vertical, etc. That is why the basketball workouts in this section should be your new best friend. They will provide you with everything that you need to start developing a player’s athleticism. This will allow you to add another area of value to your clients. If your players can be more explosive, quicker, stronger, etc., you will look that much better as a trainer.

With all of the workouts being geared for basketball-specific movements, the basketball moves that you teach your players will be that much better. For example, when you teach a player to rip through to the basket and also work with them on being more explosive when they rip through, it makes that move that much better.

So whether you have an athletic training background or not, make sure to maximize these basketball workouts with your players. They will provide a ton of value to the players you work with and will only help improve the other basketball drills you are already doing.

 

 

Maximizing Our Basketball Workouts

If you look back at any of the old NBA or college basketball games, you will see a stark difference between the overall levels of athleticism in today’s game compared to back then. Basketball players today are more athletic than they have ever been before. And as mentioned previously, this does not mean that skills like shooting a basketball, finishing, etc., take a back seat, but it does, however, mean that athleticism should not be overlooked.

And this is true for all basketball players. Even if you are already naturally athletic, these training videos will help you become even more explosive, faster, etc. Regardless of how athletic you currently are, you should still be spending time work on these areas.

As a basketball coach, it can be tempting to overlook basketball workouts like this because you have so much else to focus on. If you want your players to execute on offense, battle on the boards, play tough team defense, and whatever else, they need to have the physical capabilities to do what is asked of them. This means that you must be willing to spend time in the weight room or on the court developing these different areas. You will see a noticeable difference in your team’s physical abilities on the court in the long run.

So take advantage of all of the basketball workouts, and don’t worry if you are not an expert athletic trainer. Just follow the video’s instructions, and you will be able to develop as a player on your own or as a coach with your team.

Also, if you are a coach looking for a training plan for your team, make sure that you check out our Pro Membership. In our Pro Membership, you will get access to a team training workout created by a Division 1 college strength coach.

 

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Basketball Workouts

 

All of the basketball workouts in this section are designed to help players improve their athleticism. They will work on a variety of different areas of athleticism as well. Players will be able to develop their vertical jump, improve agility, increase functional basketball strength, improve stability, increase speed, and more. This will translate over to the basketball court and allow players to get a physical advantage on their opponent.

For example, if a player can be a step quicker on offense, they will get driving angles to wherever they want to go. If they are a step quicker on defense, they will be able to defensive slide and keep their opponent from getting where they want to go. Some players are more naturally gifted, but it all starts with working on and developing quickness, strength, speed, vertical, etc.

Professional trainers designed these basketball workouts for all age groups and skill levels. Our trainers have put in years of hard work, studied the human body, and have learned how to make it stronger and faster. You will learn in minutes the basketball drills that they have spent years fine-tuning and developing.

Basketball is becoming a sport where quickness and speed are a must if you want to compete at a high level. So whether you are a coach/trainer or a basketball player, this section of basketball workouts will have all the tools you will need.

Some of the workouts require training tools, so make sure that you visit our list of basketball training equipment if you need one of the tools.

 

 

Basketball Workouts for Coaches

As a basketball coach, you are sometimes asked to double up as a strength trainer if there is no budget for a trainer. In cases like this, if you have not had a background in sports training, it can be a challenging task. With these basketball workout videos, you will have everything you need to step into that role with your team. The trainer in each video will breakdown every movement, teach the exercise or drill, and then a high-level player will demonstrate it. All of this will allow you to not only be able to turn around and teach it to your players but also critique their form and technique. This is going to be essential for a player’s athletic development.

The other great thing about all of these training videos is that they are basketball-specific. Some of the movements will translate to multiple sports, but they are primarily geared for basketball. As a coach, you will know that doing these basketball workouts adds value to your players and team.

If you already have a sports training background, use these videos for new material. All of the trainers featured are experts and will provide high-level material. So make sure to take advantage of everything that they have provided.

 

 

Basketball Workouts for Players

Most basketball players don’t have access to a high-level personal trainer, at least without paying a fortune. That is why these basketball workouts exist. Our athletic trainers have worked with professional and college athletes and will provide you with the tools you need to develop.

Each of the training videos will show you exactly how to do the movements so that you can replicate it on your own later. This will allow you to be able to jump higher, run faster, move quicker, etc. All of this will translate over to the court as well.

It is critical, though, that you lock in on the correct form when watching the training videos. Each video will come with detailed instructions, and the better you can follow that instruction, the more the drill will help you. So really, make sure to pay attention to each movement executed before practicing it on your own.

The good thing about all of our training videos is that you can take them to the gym with you. Our iPhone and Android app will allow you to pull up the video right there with you in the gym while working out if need be. Also, with our Pro Membership, you will get access to already created training plans from our expert trainers.

 

 

Basketball Workouts for Trainers

As a basketball trainer, you are responsible for a player’s complete development. This includes agility, quickness, vertical, etc. That is why the basketball workouts in this section should be your new best friend. They will provide you with everything that you need to start developing a player’s athleticism. This will allow you to add another area of value to your clients. If your players can be more explosive, quicker, stronger, etc., you will look that much better as a trainer.

With all of the workouts being geared for basketball-specific movements, the basketball moves that you teach your players will be that much better. For example, when you teach a player to rip through to the basket and also work with them on being more explosive when they rip through, it makes that move that much better.

So whether you have an athletic training background or not, make sure to maximize these basketball workouts with your players. They will provide a ton of value to the players you work with and will only help improve the other basketball drills you are already doing.

 

 

Maximizing Our Basketball Workouts

If you look back at any of the old NBA or college basketball games, you will see a stark difference between the overall levels of athleticism in today’s game compared to back then. Basketball players today are more athletic than they have ever been before. And as mentioned previously, this does not mean that skills like shooting a basketball, finishing, etc., take a back seat, but it does, however, mean that athleticism should not be overlooked.

And this is true for all basketball players. Even if you are already naturally athletic, these training videos will help you become even more explosive, faster, etc. Regardless of how athletic you currently are, you should still be spending time work on these areas.

As a basketball coach, it can be tempting to overlook basketball workouts like this because you have so much else to focus on. If you want your players to execute on offense, battle on the boards, play tough team defense, and whatever else, they need to have the physical capabilities to do what is asked of them. This means that you must be willing to spend time in the weight room or on the court developing these different areas. You will see a noticeable difference in your team’s physical abilities on the court in the long run.

So take advantage of all of the basketball workouts, and don’t worry if you are not an expert athletic trainer. Just follow the video’s instructions, and you will be able to develop as a player on your own or as a coach with your team.

Also, if you are a coach looking for a training plan for your team, make sure that you check out our Pro Membership. In our Pro Membership, you will get access to a team training workout created by a Division 1 college strength coach.

 

Basketball Workouts

Quick Hops Basketball Drill

  This is a plyometric exercise, and the purpose of this basketball vertical jump drill is to develop your quick jump ability. You are using

Pogo Jumps Basketball Drill

  For Pogo jumps, you aren’t going to bend your knees at all, and you are going to work to strengthen the lower half of

Lunge Jumps Basketball Drill

  Lunge jumps are great for opening up your hips and improving your flexibility when jumping. Too many athletes don’t use the proper technique when

Hurdle Basketball Drill

  This is a great vertical jump basketball drill because it not only works on your vertical and quick jumping ability, but it also makes

Depth Jumps Basketball Drill

  Depth jumps are a plyometric drill that uses your body’s momentum against you and causes your muscles to work harder and jump higher. In

Bunny Hops Basketball Drill

  Bunny hops help improve your vertical by increasing the strength and explosiveness in the lower half of your legs. They also help to develop

Box Jumps Basketball Drill

  Box jumps are great because they give you something to see and let you know how high you need to jump each time. If

Bounding Basketball Drill

  Bounding is an exaggerated running motion, and it really helps to strengthen your legs individually and helps build up your stabilizer muscles. They are

Box Cone Basketball Drill

Changing directions quickly is part of the game of basketball. On defense, you may go in all four directions within a matter of seconds. This

Zig Zag Cone Basketball Drill

  Being able to plant and change directions quickly is used so often during the course of a basketball game. Whether you are making a

Partner Chase Basketball Drill

  The partner chase workout is going to work on your quick start and your Drive Phase. Having two players compete against each other makes

Mat Dive Speed Training Drill

  This basketball speed and agility drill will work on a player’s first-step quickness and getting off to a good start in their sprinting motion.

L (Corner) Drill

  When you closeout on defense, you need to get low, break down, and be ready to move laterally in either direction. This basketball workout

Harness Resistance Sprint Drill

  This basketball workout takes the concept of using resistance to hold you back while you sprint, so that way, when the resistance is gone,

Cones Change Direction Drill

  The cones change direction drill is a great basketball quickness and speed drill for developing a quick change of direction movements. In a live

Cone Sprints Partner Racing Drill

  Cone sprints partner racing allows you to work on your speed/quickness and your change of direction quickness. By using the cones, you have a

Cone Sprints Drill

  This basketball workout allows the player to work on their ability to quickly get into full speed, breakdown to stop, and then get into

Ball Drop Reaction Drill

  This is a great basketball workout for developing a player’s reflexes and reaction time. In a game, there are what we call “50/50 balls,”

Back Peddle to Sprint Drill

  Basketball is a change of direction game, and it is also a slow to fast game. Being able to change directions quickly can make

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Quick Hops Basketball Drill

  This is a plyometric exercise, and the purpose of this basketball vertical jump drill is to develop your quick jump ability. You are using

Pogo Jumps Basketball Drill

  For Pogo jumps, you aren’t going to bend your knees at all, and you are going to work to strengthen the lower half of

Lunge Jumps Basketball Drill

  Lunge jumps are great for opening up your hips and improving your flexibility when jumping. Too many athletes don’t use the proper technique when

Hurdle Basketball Drill

  This is a great vertical jump basketball drill because it not only works on your vertical and quick jumping ability, but it also makes

Depth Jumps Basketball Drill

  Depth jumps are a plyometric drill that uses your body’s momentum against you and causes your muscles to work harder and jump higher. In

Bunny Hops Basketball Drill

  Bunny hops help improve your vertical by increasing the strength and explosiveness in the lower half of your legs. They also help to develop

Box Jumps Basketball Drill

  Box jumps are great because they give you something to see and let you know how high you need to jump each time. If

Bounding Basketball Drill

  Bounding is an exaggerated running motion, and it really helps to strengthen your legs individually and helps build up your stabilizer muscles. They are

Box Cone Basketball Drill

Changing directions quickly is part of the game of basketball. On defense, you may go in all four directions within a matter of seconds. This

Zig Zag Cone Basketball Drill

  Being able to plant and change directions quickly is used so often during the course of a basketball game. Whether you are making a

Partner Chase Basketball Drill

  The partner chase workout is going to work on your quick start and your Drive Phase. Having two players compete against each other makes

Mat Dive Speed Training Drill

  This basketball speed and agility drill will work on a player’s first-step quickness and getting off to a good start in their sprinting motion.

L (Corner) Drill

  When you closeout on defense, you need to get low, break down, and be ready to move laterally in either direction. This basketball workout

Harness Resistance Sprint Drill

  This basketball workout takes the concept of using resistance to hold you back while you sprint, so that way, when the resistance is gone,

Cones Change Direction Drill

  The cones change direction drill is a great basketball quickness and speed drill for developing a quick change of direction movements. In a live

Cone Sprints Partner Racing Drill

  Cone sprints partner racing allows you to work on your speed/quickness and your change of direction quickness. By using the cones, you have a

Cone Sprints Drill

  This basketball workout allows the player to work on their ability to quickly get into full speed, breakdown to stop, and then get into

Ball Drop Reaction Drill

  This is a great basketball workout for developing a player’s reflexes and reaction time. In a game, there are what we call “50/50 balls,”

Back Peddle to Sprint Drill

  Basketball is a change of direction game, and it is also a slow to fast game. Being able to change directions quickly can make

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