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15 Basketball Warm Up Drills to Boost Your Team’s Performance Dynamic Warm Up Before Practice. We recommend a dynamic warm up before the official start time of practice. If needed,... Combo Drills to Warm Up at the Beginning of Practice. Another way to warm up is with low or medium impact ...
Basketball Warm-Up Drills - Layup/jump shot warmup Description:. The team takes all of the warmup time to practice left handed and right handed layups and jump shots from... Instructions:. Now stick with me cuz this could take a while. and trust me, its worth it!!! Ok, get your team to make... ...
This is a simple warmup drill you can use with your Basketball team before a game. This Basketball drill will work on your teams cardio as well as shooting a...
Lay-ups from elbow, 5 each side (try to get to the hoop in one dribble) 3. 5 spot 2 pt shots, make 2 each spot. 4. 5 spot 2 pt shots, make 2 each spot. 5. Full court dribbling (right hand down and back, then left hand) The key here is to find a routine that you feel covers the bases of the fundamentals.
Basketball Practice Warm Up Drills: Star Passing. Star Passing is common one in many gyms, but this version of the drill incorporates the necessary element of finishing with a made basket. This doubles well not only as a basketball practice warm up drill, but also as a game warm up. The drill begins with players arrayed in a star across the half court.
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The key to any pre-game warm up routine is to get the players physically and mentally prepared. The traditional layup lines can certainly provide movement and the chance to practice an important shot. But too often, this drill engages just two or three of the players on the team.
1. 8 or more player 2 -3 balls. Player 5 gets a pass from player 1 and goes to the basket. Player 7 goes for the rebound. 2. Player number 1 goes to the midline. And player 5 takes makes his lay-up. 3. Player 7 takes the rebound and gives an outlet pass to player 3.
Doing the lay-ups is a good way to warm-up, gain confidence in shooting and get a feel for the backboard. Running plays, etc. for practice is too little, too late. Get the blood flowing, get them comfortable and then get started with the game.