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Basketball Workout eBook & Audio Course -- How to Develop Effective Basketball Workouts and Outstanding Players!
In this Course You Get 51 Player Development Drills and 9 Sample Workouts, 4 Audio Recordings, and 4 PDF Transcripts
Dear Basketball Coaches and Players,
We have developed a new course to help basketball coaches and players develop effective workouts and improve their skills.
|The course includes MP3 audio recordings, development drills, and sample workouts supplied by Don Kelbick. Don is a 30 year veteran coach and an expert when it comes to player development and workouts. He has trained NBA level players like Raja Bell, Joe Johnson, Bruce Bowen, Carlos Arroyo, and many others.|
Even though Don works with very high level players, he also works with young players. And this product is meant for coaches and players of all age levels - all the way from youth to the pros.
Here's what you'll get in the Basketball Workout Course
Component #1 - Player Development Workouts (General Advice)This component includes a 52 minute audio interview with Don Kelbick giving general advice on how to develop effective workouts. It also includes a 22 page PDF transcript of interview.
Here's the table of contents:
- Evaluating Your Season (Page 3)
- Importance of Recovery (Page 4
- Offseason Schedule (Page 4)
- Why Skills Deteriorate With Too Many Games (Page 5)
- The Key To Improving Basketball Skills (Page 5)
- How Long a Typical Workout Lasts (Page 6)
- More on Offseason Workout Schedule (Page 7)
- Breaking Bad Habits, Working on Weaknesses & Maintaining Strengths (Page 8)
- The Crucial Elements To Avoiding Burnout (Page 8)
- The Importance of Teaching Players & How To Handle Missed Shots (Page 10)
- Great Tips on Adjusting a Player's Attitude - How Don Changed His Attitude As a Player (Page 11)
- The Difference Between Mixing Skills and Multi-Tasking and Why So Many Players/Trainers Do It Wrong (Page 12)
- The Use of Ball Handling Skills To Warm Up - Components of a Workout (Page 13)
- The Key To Preventing Boredom in the Workouts (Page 13)
- An Example of a Screen Day Workout (Page 14)
- Incorporating Passing & Post Play (Page 15)
- How To End Every Workout (Page 16)
- Why So Many Players Fail With Offseason Workouts (Page 18)
- Ballhandling Tips For Youth Players (Page 19)
- Top Dribble Moves To Practice (Page 20)
Component #2 - Youth and Middle School Player Development WorkoutsThis component includes a 60 minute audio interview with Don Kelbick giving general advice on how to develop effective workouts for youth players. It also includes a 27 page PDF transcript of interview.
Here's the table of contents:
- When You Should Work With Players (Page 4)
- The Most Important Things to Consider For Youth Players (Page 5)
- Motivating Players & The Tricks Behind Getting Players To Change Their Shots For The Better (Page 5)
- The Problem With The 3-Point Shot (Page 6)
- Working On The Right Things (Page 7)
- My Way or The Highway? (Page 7)
- Priorities in Working With Youth Players - Footwork, Shooting, & Ball Handling (Page 8)
- Should We Specialize Post & Perimeter Players At A Young Age? No! (Page 8)
- Simplifying Footwork (Page 9)
- How To Progress Youth Players With Shooting (Page 10)
- Do Not Minimize The Importance Of Layups & How To Multi-Task While Practicing Layups (Page 11)
- Incorporating Footwork With Shooting & The Importance Of Understanding Terminology (Page 12)
- Continued Progression On Shooting (Page 13)
- Why You Should Work On Shooting Close To The Basket (Page 14)
- More On The 3-Point "Wall" (Page 15)
- Warming Up With Ball Handling (Page 16)
- More On Footwork & Shooting Progressions & Drills (Page 18)
- Teaching Players How To React On The Court & Playing Through Mistakes (Page 19)
- The Differences Between Playing For Larry Brown and Mike D'Antoni (Page 20)
- "The Longer I Coach, The Less I Coach" - Mikey Brey of Notre Dame (Page 21)
- Coaching Is Not About The X's and O's (Page 22)
- What Age Should You Start Working With Basketball Players (Page 22)
- What Really Ticks Don Off With Youth Coaching (Page 23)
- How Many Kids To Workout With (Page 23)
- Why It's Important For You To Be A Little Crazy When Working With Youth Players (Page 24)
- Summer Basketball And How Kids Play Way Too Many Games (Page 25)
Component #3 - High School Player Development WorkoutsThis component includes a 57 minutes audio interview with Don Kelbick giving general advice on how to develop effective workouts for high school players. It also includes a 21 page PDF transcript of interview.
Here's the table of contents:
- Length of Offseason Workouts & When To Stop (Page 3)
- Planning Your Offseason To Avoid Burnout & Why The Rest Of the World Caught Up With the U.S. (Page 4)
- How To Avoid Driving Kids Out Of The Gym (Page 4)
- How Many Times A High School Player Should Workout Per Week (Page 5)
- Multi-Tasking and Mixing Skills (Page 6)
- Bell-Shaped Workout Curve (Page 7)
- Quality versus Quantity - The Importance of a Plan (Page 7)
- Made Shots & Attempted Shots - Which One Do You Base Your Workout On & When To Use Each One As a Measuring Stick (Page 8)
- What Kind of Shots To Practice With High School Kids? (Page 9)
- How To Organize Workouts For The Player Who Practices Twice a Week (Page 12)
- Handling Players Involved With Other Sports (Page 12)
- Adjustments To a High School Workout (Page 14)
- The Use Of Ballhandling To Warm Up (Page 15)
- How To Incorporate Footwork & How To Add Variety (Page 16)
- Adjusting Your Workouts To Include Different Types of Shots (Page 17)
- Why Every Coach Is Different & Why You Need To Adjust Your Coaching Based On Age Level (Page 18)
- The Astonishing Story Of a Team Who Played 150 Games - Not A Good Idea!! (Page 18)
- How The NBA Simplifies & High School Overcomplicates Offenses (Page 20)
Component #4 - College and Pro Player Development WorkoutsThis component includes a 51 minute audio interview with Don Kelbick. The first 30 minutes covers Don's advice on how to develop effective workouts for college and pro players. The remaining portion of the interview covers general questions for all levels. It also includes a 27 page PDF transcript of interview.
Here's the table of contents:
- Difference In Working With Youth & Pro Players (Page 3)
- Going Hard - Differences Between Youth & Pro Players (Page 4)
- Contact - Are You Creating It or Avoiding It? (Page 6)
- Building the Mentality & Drills Specifically For Strength & Intensity (Page 7)
- How To Create Variety In Workouts (Page 10)
- Warm Up Drill That Takes 140 Shots! (Page 11)
- Mixing Shooting and Ball Handling and How Not To Do It (Page 13)
- Post Players Versus Wing Players (Page 13)
- Simplifying Basketball For All Levels (Page 14)
- Teaching Youth Players - The Overload Philosophy (Page 15)
- Why Being A Perfectionist May Be a Bad Thing (Page 17)
- Stop A Player When He Does Something Right? (Page 18)
- Correcting A Consistent Mistake (Page 20)
- Progressing Youth Players With Ballhandling (Page 22)
- Integrating Combination Dribble Moves (Page 24)
- Why Don Does Not Believe In Teaching Jump Stops When Shooting (Page 25)
Component #5 - 62 Page eBook with 51 Player Development Drills and 9 Sample WorkoutsThis eBook includes 51 player development drills that Don uses in his workouts. All the drills include visual diagrams with simple instructions next to each diagram.
The eBook also includes 9 sample workouts to give you some ideas on how to structure good workouts.
Using the Audio Recordings in this Product
That's the nice thing about audio. You can turn time that is normally unproductive (like driving in the car) into productive time learning about basketball. That's our favorite thing about audio. You can learn almost anywhere and you can listen over and over again.
We just wanted to give everyone a heads up because this is a different way to learn and devour the information. You simply listen.
Is this Course Designed for the Off Season?
You see, this course is all about developing better players that are highly skilled. These skills will improve a team's defense and offense. That's why it's important to develop players with workouts and drills all year round.
For most players, the majority of their skill development is done in the off season. You know what they say, "Teams are made from November to March -- players are made from April to September!" However, good coaches develop skills and fundamentals during the season too.
So in reality, you should apply the drills and workout ideas in this course all-year-round.
Will the Workouts Help Point Guards, Post Players, and Perimeter Players?
Should Youth Players Use these Workouts? What Age of Player should be using this Course?
There are certainly differences at each age level. However, the core of what Don teaches does not change. He teaches the exact same footwork to NBA players and 8 year old youth players. The big difference is the intensity, rate at which they learn, and capacity for work.
All age levels will benefit from these workouts and training drills.
How Much Does it Cost?
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