This DVD and eBook set will give you the blue print for how you can make yourself an elite player by learning how to become a 3-dimentional player in the gym or on your own.
Contents: 5 DVDs (5.5 hours) and 2 eBooks (81 pages)
- 5 DVDs containing more than 5 hours of content featuring 37 moves & combos and 26 drills.
- Step by step teaching progression.
- A complimentary eBook with all of the steps, drills, and key teaching points documented for you in 57 pages, 45 diagrams and 16 chapters.
- A BONUS video with 24 additional skill development drills.
- A BONUS eBook to help you put the 3-dimensional player information into practice with 9 different workouts, ranging from basic to advanced.
- In addition to receiving the DVDs, you get instant access to the eBooks and streaming videos!
A 3-dimensional player is one that, regardless of size and natural talent, has the ability to do three things:
- Knock-down shots from the perimeter
- Attack off the dribble and finish with both hands
- Score from mid-range
- You are hard to guard - If you can shoot from the perimeter, attack the rim and hit the pull up jump shot, imagine how hard it will be for your defender to stop you
- You are efficient - You will be quick without wasted movement & no matter where you catch the ball, you are a threat to score
- You create more space - Help side defense won’t be as effective on the attack and your teammates will benefit from better spacing
If you master all 3 dimensions… you become unstoppable and can score against any defense or situation…
If the defender extends on your jumper, you drive to the basket. If they take away your drive, you shoot the outside shot. If they take away your outside shot and bring help defenders, you have the midrange game. You can score no matter what the defense tries to take away!
- Earn more playing time
- See your shooting percentage skyrocket
- Score more points
- Feel more in control during games
- Make better decisions on the floor
- Create more opportunities for your teammates
Learn why 3-dimensional scorers are nearly unstoppable. Then learn how to lay the groundwork by beginning with the Four Phases of Development:
- Foundation – The essential skills every player needs!
- Dimension 1 - Becoming a knock-down outside shooter
- Dimension 2 - Attacking off the bounce and finishing at the rim
- Dimension 3 - Midrange game, pull-up jumper
Every good 3-dimensional player has an outstanding foundation. This chapter teaches things a player must have in place for their game and their skillset to be effective.
A few areas covered include:
- Basketball position – Critical tips for a better athletic stance to improve balance, quickness, first step speed, and the ability to change directions.
- 5 keys for effective ball handling
- Important footwork for stopping to reduce turnovers and develop a quick release and better balance on your shot.
- Triple threat footwork after the catch use to beat your defenders.
- How to change speeds and directions more effectively to create separation from the defense.
- And more
This chapter shows you five drills to build your foundational skills taught in the previous chapter –ball handling, starting and stopping, changing speeds and footwork.
Dimension 1 is Shooting Off the Catch. Here Coach Schuring covers the five basic parts of being a knockdown shooter.
- How to develop effective footwork
- How to improve balance (statistically proven to increase shooting percentages)
- The importance of “framing” your follow through
- Proper shooting technique
- How to develop a quicker release
- How to improve shooting rhythm and why it’s foundational tenant of great shooting
Coach Schuring takes you through his seven favorite shooting drills improve your shooting form and your shooting off the catch.
There are 14 finishing moves with two advanced combo moves. These finishing moves are organized by beginner, intermediate, and advanced. Coach Schuring tells you how to develop finishing moves in a step by step progression. This helps you progress no matter what stage of development you’re in.
Take what you learned in chapter 6 and apply them with drills that will help you develop your finishing skills. All you need is a cone, a chair and the desire to get better!
We refer to getting to the rim off the dribble as “moves off the move”. You might also call them dribble moves. Once again, Coach Schuring shows you vital progressions from basic to intermediate to advanced.
You will learn:
- 9 moves off the move (dribble moves)
- Additional advanced combo moves
- 4 keys to beat defenders off the bounce
- How to change of speed and direction to beat your defender off the dribble
- How to lengthen your stride and get to the basket quicker
Next, you learn the drills you need to develop your dribbling moves and beat defenders off the bounce!
The last part of dimension 2 is moves off the catch.
How do you score when you have received a pass from a teammate? The days are over when you are just going to be able to catch it, put it on the floor and go straight to the rim. You must have other skill sets to attack the rim and score.
You will learn:
- 11 moves to help you score off the catch
- 4 keys for better moves off the catch
- The proper footwork and angles to utilize step back jumpers and score more points
- And more
This chapter features three drills that will improve your moves off the catch, while at the same time work on your conditioning.
Dimension 3 is the mid-range game. In this chapter you’ll learn:
- 3 keys to shooting off the dribble
- How to improve mid-range shooting percentage
- Proper shooting mechanics for shooting off the dribble to develop more consistency
- How to utilize the 1-2 step and air-square footwork
Coach Schuring takes you through the essential drills that he uses to develop better shooters off the dribble..
This chapter shows you the to develop your own 3-D workout! It shows you how to develop basic, intermediate, and advanced workouts.
You will learn:
- 5 guidelines for developing an effective workout
- Proper workout progressions
- 3 tips for skill mastery
- The number of days to spend on each workout, the length of time for the workout, and how much time to spend on each skill!
- How to develop skills efficiently
Next, you learn answers to some of the most frequently asked questions. Here are a few:
- Does coach Schuring prefer the 1-2 Step or an Air Square?
- How do you avoid traveling violations when using advanced moves?
- How long does it take to master a new move?
- How do you incorporate passing into a workout?
- How do you know when to try a new skill in a game?
- And more
Coach Schuring gives you some final thoughts on how you can take everything you’ve learned to become an elite score.
We recommend this product for all age levels -- from 3rd grade to college. Coach Schuring has used this information with great success at the college level. Later, he adjusted teaching for the youth level and has utilized it with 3rd through 12th grade teams.
Coach Schuring teaches how to focus on the skill, not the drill, so that no matter if you are a beginner or an advanced player there is something from which you can benefit. The information is for individual workouts or can be easily adapted for team practices.
Coaches, players, parents, or anyone wanting to learn about fundamental skills and player development will benefit from the material in this product.
- Owner/Director of TNT5 Basketball Development & Iowa Prep.
- Assistant coach for Luther College men’s basketball.
- Over 25 years as Head and Assistant Coach at high school and collegiate levels.
- Eight seasons Asst. Men’s Basketball Coach at Luther College.
- Three seasons as Head Coach at Saint Mary College (KS).
- Four seasons as Head Coach at Dakota State University (SD).
- 2001 NAIA National Tournament Appearance (Sweet 16).
- 2001 Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Coach of The Yr. 7 seasons as a head high school coach in Iowa and Illinois.
- 1990 Iowa State High School Tourney appearance.
- 1990 IBCA District Coach of The Year.
- 2012 Inductee into Saint Mary College Athletics Hall of Fame.
“I have been around some of the best teachers in the country and Coach Schuring is one of the best. If you want your players to get a great skill development work-out with conditioning, I would highly recommend Coach Schuring.”
- Coach Don Showalter, Head Coach of USA Basketball 16U Boys, Head Boys Basketball at Iowa City High
“Skill training with Tim Schuring and TNT5 has been a key component to our player development from ages 10-18! Tim has the background, patience and teaching ability to adjust to each player’s varying skill level and make impactful individual improvements.”
- Wade Grinde, Head Boys Basketball Coach, Spring Grove HS (MN)
“Coach Schuring has been coaching and improving basketball player for 30 years. My son has been fortunate to instructed by Coach Schuring and without doubt, his skills have improved through this personal instruction. Any family who want their son’s or daughter’s skills to improve would be wise to invest their time with Coach Schuring and TNT5.”
- Alan Magnani, Former Head Mens Basketball Coach , Jamestown College (ND)