Staggered Stance Squat Jumps Basketball Drill

Staggered Stance Squat Jumps Basketball Drill


In a game, you may not always be able to get a clear jumping path, and you may be forced to jump from awkward angles. Staggered stance squat jumps are a great way to simulate this because you are not jumping from a traditional stance each time. This vertical jump basketball drill will translate into the game when you jump in traffic to finish at the basket or to get a rebound, and you don’t have the ability to get a completely clean jumping path.



Basketball Drill Overview

Drill Name: Staggered Stance Squat Jumps Basketball Drill

Equipment Needed: none


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Goals of the Drill

  • Develop your vertical leap and work on your jumping technique.


Coaching Points

  • Jump as high as you can each time and use your whole body to help you explode upwards.
  • Land on your feet as softly as you can.


Basketball Drill Instructions

  • This is a variation of the athletic position.
  • Move one foot about a half-a-step back and perform your squat jumps.
  • Begin by executing one at a time, then advance the drill by performing several jumps consecutively.
  • Ultimately, you should be able to switch your stance in the air.


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