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All of the jump rope workouts below are all in high quality video, as well as text format. By having both types of information, you will be able to maximize your learning time and skill development. Every video is instructed by a basketball strength and agility trainer, and then also demonstrated by a high level athlete. Basketball HQ only allows the best basketball training content so you know that you are getting quality information from these jump rope training videos.
Jumping rope can be done almost anywhere and is really good for developing a players footwork. So whether you are a big man trying to work on footwork in the post, a shooter working on getting their feet set when shooting, or just a player in general working on their footwork these training videos are for you. When you jump rope make sure that it is not on a hard surface like cement, because this will begin to hurt your knees over time.
Jumping rope is a great way for your players to get warmed up before basketball workouts or practice, but it is also a really good way for your players to work on their footwork and foot quickness. In basketball having good footwork is essential and it is very easy to see the players that have it compared to those who don’t. If you can commit to having your players jump rope 2-3 times a week for only 8-10 minutes at a time you will see a great improvement in their footwork. When they jump rope though, they need to treat it seriously and push themselves. This is the only way that they are going to see improvement.
No matter what position you play jumping rope can help you out. Not only will it help you get in better shape or warmed up before working out, but it will help you improve your quickness and footwork. Better footwork translates into being a better shooter, better in the post, a better defender, and so much more. Basketball is a game that requires great footwork if you want to be elite. Along with jump rope workouts we offer other drills to help develop your footwork & agility as well.
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This is a basic jump rope drill that will help the player work on their footwork, quickness, and conditioning.
This box jump rope drill is going to work on the players forward and lateral two foot quickness.
The boxer jump rope drill is great for working on foot coordination and staying light on your feet as you move.
This jump rope drill is going to work on the players quickness, footwork, and overall conditioning.
This single leg jump rope drill is going to help the player develop quick jumping ability and also help to strengthen their ankles.
The high knees run jump rope drill is going to mix the traditional high knees exercise with a jump rope.
This jump rope drill is going to work on developing the players max jump, and also the players quick second jump.
The alternating staggered stance jump rope drill is going to help the player learn to be light on their feet, develop quickness, and improve conditioning.
This staggered stance jump rope drill is going to help develop the players foot coordination, quickness, and endurance.
This running jump rope drill is going to challenge the player to move in multiple directions and still be able to jump rope at the same time.
The double swing jump rope drill is going to work on jumping high multiple times in a row. This translates into rebounding, blocking shots, etc.