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agility drills

I bet if I used sidewalk chalk I'd be less likely to stub my toes!

Agility Ladder Workout

The Agility Ladder workout is designed to help you get nimble enough to turn on a dime.

Defensive Specialist

73 Basketball Drills and Games for Kids (2020 Update)

Coaches are always looking for new drills. Here are 73 basketball drills and games for kids that you can use at your practices to develop your players.

20 Yard Dash Workout Routine | Former Fitness Flunky

20 Yard Dash Workout Routine

20 Yard Dash Workout Routine | Former Fitness Flunky

basketball-exercises

Basketball Exercises

I have worked with basketball players who thought that basketball exercises are a waste of time. Unfortunately, they are right. I have also worked with many more players who thought that basketball exercises are a valuable part of their basketball training. They were right too! So how can they both be right you ask. It’s…

Speed and Agility Dot Drills | Screen shot 2010-11-08 at 4.52.36 PM

Dot Drill

Speed and Agility Dot Drills | Screen shot 2010-11-08 at 4.52.36 PM

mental toughness

Coaches, Stop Dealing with Parents and Start Engaging Them! - Changing the Game Project

Coaches, Stop 'Dealing with Parents' and Start Engaging Them! - Changing the Game Project

We deal with things we do not like. We deal with problems and bad situations. Too many coaches deal with parents instead of engaging them. Try this instead.

Coaching Basketball Toughness for Coaches -

Coaching Basketball Toughness for Coaches -

This article was written by University of Arkansas Women’s Head Coach Mike Neighbors. This is the first of two parts. I have a link to part 2 a the bottom of this page. Are you as TOUGH as you Want your Players to be? When Jay Bilas published his article “Defining Toughness in College Hoops” […]

Coaching Basketball | Being a Great Teammate

Coaching Basketball | Being a Great Teammate

This post was originally posted on Coach Starkey’s Coaching Blog Hoop Thoughts. It was one of the first sites that I began reading regularly. I started corresponding with him soon after starting The Coaching Toolbox and finally met him in person last spring. He is a great mentor for all coaches! His Twitter account is […]

Quit Sitting Quietly on the Bench - PGC Basketball

Quit Sitting Quietly on the Bench - PGC Basketball

At PGC, we say you are either contributing or contaminating. Basketball players often measure their contribution just by how many points they score or the number of rebounds and assists they make. But what a good basketball player brings to the game and their team goes beyond stats. Good coaches and good teams value a contributing bench member.

Mental Aspects - Create A Compelling Story, Coach's Clipboard Basketball Coaching and Playbook

Basketball Coaching Mental Aspects - Create A Compelling Story, Coach's Clipboard Basketball Coaching and Playbook

This basketball article by Anthony Lanzillo discusses mental aspects and how coaches should be positive and challenge players create a compelling story.

Basketball Mental Aspects - The Mental Rebound, Coach's Clipboard Basketball Coaching and Playbook

Basketball Mental Aspects - The Mental Rebound, Coach's Clipboard Basketball Coaching and Playbook

This basketball article by Anthony Lanzillo discusses how to teach players to rebound from adversity.

Basketball 12-Step Mental Prep Playbook, Coach's Clipboard Basketball Coaching and Playbook

Basketball 12-Step Mental Prep Playbook, Coach's Clipboard Basketball Coaching and Playbook

This basketball article by Anthony Lanzillo presents a twelve-step program for developing mental focus and toughness.

Why Excuses are So Bad - PGC Basketball

Why Excuses are So Bad - PGC Basketball

Excuses hurt teams, not just because they waste time and kill team morale (and a coach’s morale), but because they reveal that the player making them has a very off-line focus. An excuse-maker can’t possibly be using his energy thinking about how to enhance what is going on or about to go on because, obviously, he is putting his time into explanations and justifications.

Team Captains Self Evaluation

Team Captains Self Evaluation

Team Captains Self Evaluation

How to Develop Mental Toughness in Basketball

How to Develop Mental Toughness in Basketball

A guide for basketball players on how to become more mentally tough.

8 Reasons no one cares you’re tired: Letter from an Olympian

8 Reasons no one cares you’re tired: Letter from an Olympian

8 Reasons no one cares you’re tired: Letter from an Olympian

Basketball Drills Inferno Toughness -

Basketball Drills Inferno Toughness -

Diagrams created with FastDraw Editor’s note from Brian: You might want to start out with one or two minutes rather than 4 minutes and have your players build up to 4 minutes. Especially for younger teams. The drill was contributed by Coach Greg White. He had these comments about the drill: One of my favorite […]

Jay Bilas on Toughness in Basketball -

Jay Bilas on Toughness in Basketball -

This article is a few years old, but still has value for players at every level of basketball. It was written by Jay Bilas – ESPN .com and posted on our blog with his permission. I have heard the word “toughness” thrown around a lot lately. Reporters on television, radio and in print have opined about […]

Coaching Basketball | Being a Great Teammate

Coaching Basketball | Being a Great Teammate

This post was originally posted on Coach Starkey’s Coaching Blog Hoop Thoughts. It was one of the first sites that I began reading regularly. I started corresponding with him soon after starting The Coaching Toolbox and finally met him in person last spring. He is a great mentor for all coaches! His Twitter account is […]

4 Ways to Build Culture & 3 One Minute Drills | Week 4 | PGC Coaches Circle | Powered by TeamSnap - YouTube

4 Ways to Build Culture & 3 One Minute Drills | Week 4 | PGC Coaches Circle | Powered by TeamSnap

Our vision and mission is to be a light that SCHAPEs the basketball world. This week, we're excited to continue our 20-week journey with 4 ways to Build Cult...

16 Tips for Running Effective Basketball Plays and Scoring More Points

16 Tips for Running Effective Basketball Plays and Scoring More Points

16 Tips for Running Effective Basketball Plays and Scoring More Points

Building a SMASH basketball player -

Building a SMASH Basketball Player -

This player evaluation system was sent to me by Jeff Daddio, assistant coach at Farmington High School in Farmington, Connecticut. I have included a link to download a pdf of the evaluation rubric at the bottom of this page. You can contact him at DaddioJ@fpsct.org or via twitter is @CoachDaddio. A SMASH player is a […]

How to Turn Quiet Players into Vocal Leaders - FastModel Sports

How to Turn Quiet Players into Vocal Leaders - FastModel Sports

"The athletes I want to lead the team are too quiet. They won’t speak up!” If you're a coach, I bet you've made a statement like this (and if you haven’t y

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I thought you could use this now before the season starts.  xoxo Girls Basketball Strength - Speed - Jumping - Conditioning

Girls Basketball Strength - Speed - Jumping - Conditioning

http://focushpp.com/ FOCUS has implemented preseason training for USC Girls Basketball the last four years. These are some highlights of the 2008 Mini Camp l...

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I thought you could use this now before the season starts.  xoxo Girls Basketball Strength - Speed - Jumping - Conditioning

Girls Basketball Strength - Speed - Jumping - Conditioning

http://focushpp.com/ FOCUS has implemented preseason training for USC Girls Basketball the last four years. These are some highlights of the 2008 Mini Camp l...

Coaches, Stop Dealing with Parents and Start Engaging Them! - Changing the Game Project

Coaches, Stop 'Dealing with Parents' and Start Engaging Them! - Changing the Game Project

We deal with things we do not like. We deal with problems and bad situations. Too many coaches deal with parents instead of engaging them. Try this instead.

Coaching Basketball Toughness for Coaches -

Coaching Basketball Toughness for Coaches -

This article was written by University of Arkansas Women’s Head Coach Mike Neighbors. This is the first of two parts. I have a link to part 2 a the bottom of this page. Are you as TOUGH as you Want your Players to be? When Jay Bilas published his article “Defining Toughness in College Hoops” […]

Coaching Basketball | Being a Great Teammate

Coaching Basketball | Being a Great Teammate

This post was originally posted on Coach Starkey’s Coaching Blog Hoop Thoughts. It was one of the first sites that I began reading regularly. I started corresponding with him soon after starting The Coaching Toolbox and finally met him in person last spring. He is a great mentor for all coaches! His Twitter account is […]

Quit Sitting Quietly on the Bench - PGC Basketball

Quit Sitting Quietly on the Bench - PGC Basketball

At PGC, we say you are either contributing or contaminating. Basketball players often measure their contribution just by how many points they score or the number of rebounds and assists they make. But what a good basketball player brings to the game and their team goes beyond stats. Good coaches and good teams value a contributing bench member.

Mental Aspects - Create A Compelling Story, Coach's Clipboard Basketball Coaching and Playbook

Basketball Coaching Mental Aspects - Create A Compelling Story, Coach's Clipboard Basketball Coaching and Playbook

This basketball article by Anthony Lanzillo discusses mental aspects and how coaches should be positive and challenge players create a compelling story.

Basketball Mental Aspects - The Mental Rebound, Coach's Clipboard Basketball Coaching and Playbook

Basketball Mental Aspects - The Mental Rebound, Coach's Clipboard Basketball Coaching and Playbook

This basketball article by Anthony Lanzillo discusses how to teach players to rebound from adversity.

Basketball 12-Step Mental Prep Playbook, Coach's Clipboard Basketball Coaching and Playbook

Basketball 12-Step Mental Prep Playbook, Coach's Clipboard Basketball Coaching and Playbook

This basketball article by Anthony Lanzillo presents a twelve-step program for developing mental focus and toughness.

Why Excuses are So Bad - PGC Basketball

Why Excuses are So Bad - PGC Basketball

Excuses hurt teams, not just because they waste time and kill team morale (and a coach’s morale), but because they reveal that the player making them has a very off-line focus. An excuse-maker can’t possibly be using his energy thinking about how to enhance what is going on or about to go on because, obviously, he is putting his time into explanations and justifications.

Team Captains Self Evaluation

Team Captains Self Evaluation

Team Captains Self Evaluation

How to Develop Mental Toughness in Basketball

How to Develop Mental Toughness in Basketball

A guide for basketball players on how to become more mentally tough.

8 Reasons no one cares you’re tired: Letter from an Olympian

8 Reasons no one cares you’re tired: Letter from an Olympian

8 Reasons no one cares you’re tired: Letter from an Olympian

Basketball Drills Inferno Toughness -

Basketball Drills Inferno Toughness -

Diagrams created with FastDraw Editor’s note from Brian: You might want to start out with one or two minutes rather than 4 minutes and have your players build up to 4 minutes. Especially for younger teams. The drill was contributed by Coach Greg White. He had these comments about the drill: One of my favorite […]

Jay Bilas on Toughness in Basketball -

Jay Bilas on Toughness in Basketball -

This article is a few years old, but still has value for players at every level of basketball. It was written by Jay Bilas – ESPN .com and posted on our blog with his permission. I have heard the word “toughness” thrown around a lot lately. Reporters on television, radio and in print have opined about […]

Coaching Basketball | Being a Great Teammate

Coaching Basketball | Being a Great Teammate

This post was originally posted on Coach Starkey’s Coaching Blog Hoop Thoughts. It was one of the first sites that I began reading regularly. I started corresponding with him soon after starting The Coaching Toolbox and finally met him in person last spring. He is a great mentor for all coaches! His Twitter account is […]

4 Ways to Build Culture & 3 One Minute Drills | Week 4 | PGC Coaches Circle | Powered by TeamSnap - YouTube

4 Ways to Build Culture & 3 One Minute Drills | Week 4 | PGC Coaches Circle | Powered by TeamSnap

Our vision and mission is to be a light that SCHAPEs the basketball world. This week, we're excited to continue our 20-week journey with 4 ways to Build Cult...

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