A great basketball workout for all guards. Make shots shooting from the following specific distances: • 10 shots from 3 feet. • 5 shots from 5 feet. • 5 shots from 7 feet. Using your complete free-throw routine, make 5 free-throws. Make 10 shots from three different sets of movements.
The price you’ll have to pay is hard work, commitment, and consistently doing the workouts. Each workout represents one week’s worth of training and you have access to 24 weeks of training. Click on the links below to get started: Workout #1. Workout #2. Workout #3. Workout #4. Workout #5. Workout #6.
Shooting Workouts. Here are a few shooting workouts. You’ll obviously need a hoop to shoot at for these workouts. The following workouts are for guards and post players. All players, regardless of your position, should become great at shooting the ball! Kevin Durant Shooting Workout. Perimeter Shooting Workout for Guards. Free Throw Shooting Workout
No wonder the folks at P3 make them a staple in their basketball-centric workout routines. Stand in an athletic position with your feet close together; bend at the waist with your knees and arms slightly bent. Jump off of your left foot and land on your right foot while keeping your left foot off the ground.
The following 45-minute workout should be preformed three days a week. Developing confidence, coordination, strength, timing, and stamina is the athlete's main focus throughout the workout. I. Defensive Slides/Three minutes - (width of free throw line) three sets: 30 seconds on/off (27 is great) II.
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8 Minutes - Running your offense with no defense. 8 Minutes - Running your offense against live defenders. If you have a more advanced team that is in the 7th or 8th grade, you could spend up to 70% to 90% of your practice drills against live defenders.