All of these footwork and agility workouts are in high quality video and text format. Each video is instructed by a strength and agility basketball trainer and then also demonstrated by a high level basketball player. By being able to learn from written text and video training you will be able to maximize your learning ability. Whether you are a coach learning the different drills to pass on to your players or a player looking to improve their footwork, you will be able to do so by watching these videos and then using them.
If you are a basketball coach at a smaller school you might not have the budget for a basketball trainer. That means that the responsibility falls on you to be the trainer and to help your players develop athletically. With our basketball training videos you will be able to watch exactly how to do the different drills. You will then be able to teach your players how to work on their footwork and agility. This is a crash course on everything you need to know about basketball workouts and training your players to improve their footwork.
No matter what position you play in basketball you are going to want to have good footwork. So whether you are looking to become a great shooter or wanting to be dominant in the post, you need to have good footwork. Agility and footwork drills will also make you quicker as a basketball player, the more efficient your movements are the quicker your will be. Learn how to not waste movement and become light on your feet with the footwork/agility workouts below.
You may not realize it, but all the extra half steps and wasted motions add up and make you a lot slower as a player. So when you watch the different training videos below you want to make sure that you are doing your best to copy the drills the correct way. Eliminate all the extra movements that you have when you move, and you will become a lot quicker.
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The foot ups footwork drill is a great workout for every player to do regardless of position, because great feet translate into most areas of the game.
This side to side footwork drill is going to draw a lot from soccer, but it is great for developing a players quick feet.
The lateral cone steps drill is going to teach the player to be light and quick on their feet as they step over and between the cones.
This basketball footwork drill is going to work on coming into your shot and practicing your shot fake. Footwork is key when shooting the basketball.
The video is instructed by Mercer University's assistant basketball coach Doug Esleeck, and will explain the basketball footwork drill, and then one of his players will demonstrate how to do it.
If you are a big man or have a big man that needs to work on their footwork the crossover steps line basketball footwork drill is a really good tool.
The crossover steps partner line footwork drill will help you develop great feet by making you do crossovers steps while catching and rotating the basketball around your waist at the same time.
This figure 8 footwork drill is going to help the player develop quick and coordinated feet. It is a good drill for any position to do.
The around the world footwork drill is great for helping players of all positions to develop their footwork.
This foot ups footwork drill is very similar to some soccer drills, but is great for developing a players footwork.
The reverse figure 8 footwork drill is going to be really good for developing a players footwork and teaching them to be light and quick on their feet.
This tennis ball drill is going to work on both footwork and hand eye coordination at the same time. It is a really great drill to use for post players.
This icky shuffle footwork drill is also going to add a basketball to the mix, which will help make the drill more challenging and work on the players hands
This is a really advanced basketball footwork drill that will help you to develop light feet. Most big men struggle with good footwork and some of the other positions as well.
This footwork drill is also going to involve a basketball, and it is going to force the player to work on their coordination during the drill.
The single leg hops line partner footwork drill will help you work on staying light on your feet and will also help to develop your hands and coordination.