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Dynamic Warm Up & Athletic Work - 10 to 15 minutes This is probably the #1 thing missing from most youth practices. It helps prevent injury, improves performance, and improve athletic ability. What good is a basketball player who is injured or is not athletic enough to utilize the basketball skills developed? The better the player moves, the better the player performs. Why not spend time on it? There are a lot of players who have tremendous SKILLS, but lacked the ATHLETIC ability to make it to the next level. Because it is the game of basketball, I do try to include a basketball in the warm up as much as possible. I am going to present two different dynamic warm ups. If you are fortunate enough to have enough basketballs for everybody, we have a basketball-related warm up. For those of you who do not have very many basketballs, we include a warm up that does not require a basketball.

Teaching Skills and Using Fun Drills to Improve Skills - 30 to 45 minutes The #1 reason kids quit sports is because it's not fun anymore. Youth coaches primary focus should be to teach skills and make it an enjoyable experience! This isn't high school, college, or even PRO basketball, so don't treat your practices like it. Try the skill-fun drill technique. This means that you teach a skill, then follow up that skill with a fun game or drill to work on the skill. It helps break up the monotony of practice.

Drills & Games to Practice Offence and Defence - 15 to 25 minutes

End of Game Drill - 10 to 20 minutes

Cool down with Light Stretching - 5 minutes

About Basketball Coaching...

The students will be coached on techniques based on their skill communications, physical training, skills, game plan & teamwork.

  • Beginners: Starts with basic warm ups, Dribbling Skills, Passing Skills& Shooting Skills

  • Intermediate: starts with basic warm ups, Dribbling, Passing, and Shooting, Defence & offence movements & Introduction of game

  • Advance: Review of basic skills advance dribbling, passing skills, movement on court, position {defence &offence} game.

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