These are some great stationary dribbling drills for all skill levels to do. These drills improve your feel for the basketball, develop hand-eye coordination, and get you warmed up and...
Camp Question About Improving Ball Handling Skills
My child needs to develop better dribble moves and handle pressure better. I see that you have different types of camps. What camp or camps do you recommend?
Joe Haefner’s Response:
Great question, Jon
First, it really depends on the age level, skill level, and what you are looking for. If the player is entering 4th, 5th, or 6th grade, your best bets are the Essential Youth Skills & Decision Making Camps and the Shooting, Ball Handling & Finishing Camps. You can send to one or both. They complement each other.
If they are older in the 7th grade to 12th grade range, the Shooting, Ball Handling & Finishing Camps and Elite Guard Camps are two great options.
Essential Youth Skills & Decision Making Camps
Shooting, Ball Handling & Finishing Camps
Since this camp is focused on 1v1 skills, a wide range of ages can benefit from this camp. That’s because you only need one other person to compete against in the 1v1 drills. Skill levels & age levels are broken up into separate baskets.
Elite Guard Camps (Not just for Guards!)
You also learn essential leadership qualities and other intangibles that will set you apart. This is for 7th to 12th graders. And it’s NOT just for guards. It’s for every position of player as the skills that you learn are universally beneficial to all players.
If you’d like to learn about all of our camps, visit the Breakthrough Basketball Camp Schedule.
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- Joe Haefner
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