This is a great resistance workout because it is going to work on a specific basketball movement that a player will use during the course of a game. The move is going to mainly be used by a primary ball handler, and the move is called the retreat dribble. This move is used when the ball handler makes a move up the floor off the dribble, but realizes that they don't really have anywhere to go with the ball, or that their is a trap waiting for them. They will quickly retreat dribble, and then look for a different lane to attack. It is also great for high school and college age players to break a five second closely guarded count.
The key to this move though is really getting space on the retreat dribble, and then exploding past the defender. This training video is going to show you the correct way to do the move so that you can really excel at it. Add this resistance band workout to your basketball training plan, and start becoming more explosive with your movements and ball handling.