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Below are a couple recently published studies which may have some insight for coaches as they train their players and plan their annual training schedules: Abstract. These results indicate that a SP [specialized basketball training group] basketball training program, performed exclusively … Continue reading
In my Introduction to Weightlifting class, one of the most popular questions is, ‘What should I do for my abs?” My reply is “Squat.” Another frequent question is, “What should I do for my back?” My reply is, “Deadlift.” Infrequently … Continue reading
Over the weekend, I conducted four clinics with players from 3rd-8th grade. The players ranged from beginners to competitive AAU types. Some players were good; some weren’t. One of the first things that struck me was that most of the … Continue reading
I saw this video on Yahoo! Surprisingly, most comments about the video appear to be negative with people worrying about the welfare of the children.
Hard2Guard Player Development Newsletter 4.22 mentions the Rear-Foot Elevated Split Squat as an alternative (replacement) for the back squat in strength programs for basketball players. Here is a video of Mike Boyle illustrating a teaching progression for the RFESS: Spilt … Continue reading