Recently I created a basketball workout and yesterday I received a comment by Dee Sharma which included a workout that I will present below. If you want to contact Dee Sharma please leave a comment or send her an email.
Try doing this workout:
0:00 – 0:05 stretching, 40 push-ups, lunges full-court back, jog
full-court back with and without ball
0:05 – 0:20 elephant , elephant dribble, behind the back, jump stop
behind the back, spin move, crossover, threw legs, spin move 2 dribbles back
then go, in and out, in and out cross, in and out behind the back, threw legs
cross, double threw legs, and in and out threw legs, do each 2-3 times up and back
0:20 – 0:25 water break
0:25 – 0:35 Steve Nash warm up jumpers, banks, floaters, lay-ups, step
backs, turnarounds, hook shots, and 3ptrs
0:35 – 0:40 slide dribble
0:40 – 0:55 ball slaps, Finger tip touches, Ball wraps, Corkscrew,
wraps around each leg(both ways), figure 8 wraps(both ways), one hand dribbles
around each leg(both hands),figure eight dribbles around both legs(both ways),
Ball drops(one hand front one hand back), Ball drops(both hands front and back)
0:55 – 1:00 water break
1:00 – 1:10 catch and shoot(spin ball out), shot fake one dribble
pull-ups left and right, and shot fake two dribble pull-ups left and right (5 times)
1:10 – 1:15 jump rope 3/30
1:15 – 1:20 dribble right hand crossover half court and left hand back (twice)
The elphant drill or crab walk is when you are going threw your legs but not dribbling going in a straight line up and down the court.
If u have any questions or need another workout contact Dee Sharma at email@example.com
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Some of the drills are basic but some need pictures or sketches to understand.
Please provide if possible…
it is an amzing workout……i love it …………………
Wow! That’s sick! What a work out!
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That workout is just great I love it and it helps and it actually work. A couple pictures would help but not having them don’t hurt I love it!!!!!!1
This is a comprehensive workout. Nicely done. You should also take a look at Five-Star’s Basketball Drill Book. There’s a lot of good material in there for the beginning and advanced player. Bob Hurley, Sr., also has an intensive individual workout regimen for offseason improvement.
Yours in hoops,
Peter Robert Casey
hey!!! that work out is the bom….i am coming out of an injury and i am working on my body conditioning to start the season i have been using that workout and i can feel it and i am doing my job of scoring in our practising and my contract will be fininshing soon with my team……any coach or agent that want a talented 6.6ft tall inside and outside play……i am ready to play anywhere europe ,asia and aussy……..thanks
Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. 🙂 Cheers! Sandra. R.
am really happy with this site and i believe i can get a team who will like me to come over there and play with them,am 6.3 tall i also can jump driving with my two hands.please reply this mail