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PostPosted: 21 Jan 2013, 16:04 

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I have three workouts of different intensities. Light, medium and heavy. Light is a resting one mostly, basic ball handling and spot up jump shooting some finishing and off dribble. Medium is moderate ball handling, and the most balanced. And heavy is high moderate/ advanced ball handling with a lot of balanced shooting. And a descent amount of finishing. And I'm not sure what my schedule should be. I'm trying something new for awhile and seeing if it works. Any schedule suggestion?

PostPosted: 23 Jan 2013, 14:35 

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oh and do you think this is a bad idea? I am doing this so I can train 6 or 7 days a week and not get burned out. Any schedule suggestions or other suggestions relating to this? Thanks

PostPosted: 24 Jan 2013, 14:01 
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Daniel, it's very hard to tell you what to do considering we don't know your age, skill level, and what kind of shots you get during games.

This is what I will have in every one of my workouts.

2-Ball or 1-Ball Warm Up Ball Handling Drill
Athletic Development - Lateral and Linear Speed, Hand Quickness, Jumping
Form Shooting

A tip I got from Don Kelbick is that he will have a different emphasis on some days. For example,
Guard Play
Post Play
High-Rep Shooting
Fast Break

That way, you're getting game-like shots up while working on your game.

Here are a few helpful articles:

Joe Haefner

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