'FALL BALL 7-12'
(as part of our FALL BALL series of camps)
These CO-ED sessions are held in the fall for athletes in grades 7th - 12th grade designed to fine tune each campers game in preparation for their upcoming seasons. Players and parents need to understand that these Pre-season Sessions are designed to challenge each athlete to become better. There will be NO SCRIMMAGING, we will emphasize conditioning, ball handling, dribbling and shooting skills! It will be vigorous so come prepared to be challenged.
- CONDITIONING - BALL HANDLING -
"FALL BALL 7-12" (GRADES 7 – 12, CO-ED) - REGISTER NOW
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Increase your over-all stamina in preparation for upcoming season with these proven basketball conditioning drills. If you want to outlast your opponents on the court, these proven conditioning drills are just the ticket. Eventually you'll be running circles around everyone as they stand around gasping for air.
Push-Ups, Sit-Ups, Wall Squats, Jumper, Suicide, Laps, Lunges and a variety of ball handling aggressive group drills to get you moving.
BALL HANDLING outline:
Slaps, Tips, Figure 8, Around Waist, Around Each Leg, Around Both Legs, Candy Cane, Drops, Twister, Toss & Catch Behind, Crab Walk
Pound it!, Kills, Under One Leg, Front Crossover, Swing Crossover, Side V-Dribble, Front V-Dribble, Around One Leg, Figure 8, Crossover Behind, Dribble Sit-ups, Butterfly, Windmill, Wall Dribble, Walk & Dribble Thru Legs, Zig-Zag Crossover
Dribble Both Low, 2-Ball Kills, One-High & One-Low, 2-Ball Zig Zag
Control Dribble, Speed Dribble, Crossover Dribble, Crawl Low Dribble, Thru the Legs Dribble, Behind the Back Dribble, Rocker-Step (Hesitation) Move, In & Out Move, Spin Move, Fake Spin Move, Thru Legs & Around the Back, Backup Dribble & Crossover
Our shooting re-fresher and drills will re-inforce the B-E-E-F principles as shown below.
B – BALANCE:
1. Make sure you are "squared-up" to the basket with your feet shoulder width apart.
2. The "shooting foot" (the one on the same side as your shooting arm) slightly in front and both feet pointed towards basket.
3. With knees slightly bent jump off both feet equally straight up & straight down from where your jump started (do not drift).
E - ELBOW
1. Keep the elbow of your shooting arm close to your body and pointing it at the basket, no "chicken wings".
2. Proper shooting alignment; ball should be directly over the elbow with the wrist cocked, elbow pointing towards basket.
3. During the shot the elbow should come up to your eyebrow level rather than going out in front of your body. This makes sure you get plenty of lift on the ball rather than pushing it out in front of you.
E – EYES ON TARGET:
1. Keep your eyes on the target (the basket) !
2. Pick a spot (front of the rim, back of the rim, etc.) and focus hard on that target as the shot is being attempted.
3. Don't watch the ball!
F – FOLLOW-THROUGH:
1. When you are holding the ball your wrist should be cocked in "shot pocket”.
2. Release the ball off the fingers and snap the wrist to put some backspin on the ball. Wrist should come fully forward.
3. Keep your shooting arm up in the air for a second looking like a "gooseneck"!
4. Ball should come off pointing finger aimed at target.
OUR GOAL TO TO GET YOU READY FOR TRYOUTS!
IF YOU ARE SERIOUS THEN THIS IS YOUR CAMP!
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