Standing Triple Jump Basketball Drill

Standing Triple Jump Basketball Drill

 

The standing triple jump is one of the more difficult basketball jumping drills, but it works on both single leg jumping and two-leg jumping. This basketball workout also helps to work on your hip and leg stability. Being able to plant and jump is a big part of the game and this one of the best drills for working on that.

 

 

Basketball Drill Overview

Drill Name: Standing Triple Jump Basketball Drill

Equipment Needed: None.

 

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Goals of the Drill

  • Improve jumping, quickness, and footwork.

 

Coaching Points

  • Do not run through this drill.
  • Each component must be performed as a jump.

 

Basketball Drill Instructions

  • Begin in an athletic position and perform a Standing Broad Jump landing on one foot.
  • Immediately jump off that foot, performing a Single-Leg Broad Jump, and land on the opposite foot.
  • Immediately jump off that foot, performing another Single-Leg Broad Jump, and land on both feet in an athletic position.
  • Advance this drill by performing several triple jumps in a row continuously.
  • Further, advance this drill by adding a sprint at the end of the drill.

 

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3 Responses

  1. Problem here with your demo subject is that he is on his heels … Get on balls of feet for starters. Heel to toe doesn’t work for running and certainly not jumping.

  2. Well, I totally agree with your research. Standing triple jump is the more difficult jumping technique. And no doubt it’s a part of a basketball game player have to learn this technique.

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