Becca Brown 1/3/13 Basketball Conditioning There are many different drills you can do to help your basketball team stay in shape or get in shape. For instance: jumping rope, 17's, suicides, wall sits, and lane shuffle. All of these drill coaches use to help condtion their team. These drills are very mental and test how strong you really are to keep going to finish the drill or to quit because it gets too hard. Jumping rope develops stamina, leg strength, agilty and coordination, timing, quickness, and hand-eye coordination. But what happens if you run into a basketball player that doesn't know how to jump rope because they have poor coordination. Trust me these players still exist, so you have to teach them step by step. Begin by jumping as high as you can off both feet. Your hands should be above your head and rotating to help you jump high. As soon as you land, go right back up. Repeat this twenty-five times. Next, jump twenty-five times off your right foot, then twenty-five times off your left. Keep your hands up and go up as quickly as you can after landing. Next, jump twenty-five times bringing your knees to your chest. You can now bring your arms down in order to maintain balance, but continue jumping as quickly as possible. This is a drill I do everyday before practice and it really works. 17's is also a great drill to help build up your conditioning. You start behind one of the sidelines. You run to the other sideline counting as 1 then you run back to count as 2. You do this until you reach 17. (Always ending on the opposite side from which you started). To be in very good basketball shape you should be able to do this in under 1 minute. Almost evey sport knows what a suicide is. The players hate it,
10 October 2013
To train for basketball there are certain things that I have to do. I have to have a plan for warm-up, weights, conditioning, individual workouts, and personal goals. I will walk through every plan and explain what needs to be done for each.
The first thing that needs to be done when training for basketball is I need to warm-up before every workout. I jog full court and back at least twice to warm up my muscles. Then…
I tried out for the High School basketball team the summer of my sophomore year. Up to then I had never played basketball in my life. As a matter of fact, I didn’t know anything about basketball. I just woke up one day and thought to myself, “I think I want to play basketball”. So I tried out.
The team roster was printed out on the boy’s gym door 3 days after tryouts. So, I casually walked up to the list, and skimmed through it, and to my pleasant surprise, my name was on the roster! I was…
single mistake can cause an entire to dance to derail in an instant. They spend hours on end conditioning and strengthening their muscles to gain flexibility, power, and muscle strength. Dancers must have an incredibly strong core to handle and control the amount of movement that their body is performing. The difficult and strenuous workouts that dancers go through compare to those of any football, basketball, or soccer player. Dancers must not only be physically toned, but they must have high levels…
pretend as If I was shooting a basketball by throwing my basketball at a wall. My mother eventually ended up buying me my own basketball court, which was the only thing that mattered to me at the time. I was a kid that grew up a rough area and hung around with wrong type of people. Time went on I started to join many basketball teams and leagues, until one day I didn’t make the cut for a team I especially wanted to play for. I was cut from my high-school basketball team my freshman year. That was…
play in game 3, it should be an exciting game and I believe the Clippers will win.
Thursday, May 07, 2015
The scouting report I chose to do for my assignment is a sport near and dear to my heart, the game of basketball. This is one of my favorite sports, only second the football. This particular game I chose to scout was between two of the most prolific teams in the NBA. The game was between the Memphis Grizzles and the Golden State Warriors. This game was game…
Case Study: #3 Rocky Soccer Academy Case Assessment Worksheet
Using Case Study #3, Complete the Worksheet Provided. Use this document as your format. Answer each section within the document retaining the questions to indicate your sections.
I. Evaluate Henning’s options for growing Rocky’s customer base, including:
A. What are Henning’s objectives? What resources does he have?
Henning’s first objective is to have a larger facility built more suited for soccer training. The awareness for his…
MONDAY – Max-Effort Upper Body
TUESDAY – Dynamic-Effort Lower Body
WEDNESDAY – Off
THURSDAY – Repetition Upper Body
FRIDAY – Max-Effort Lower Body
SATURDAY – Off
SUNDAY – Off
You can also split up the training like this…
MONDAY – Max-Effort Lower Body
TUESDAY – Off
WEDNESDAY – Max-Effort Upper Body
THURSDAY – Off
FRIDAY – Dynamic-Effort Lower Body
SATURDAY – Off
SUNDAY – Repetition Upper Body
MONDAY – Max-Effort Upper Body
A. Max-Effort Exercise – work up to a max set of 3-5 reps…
Journal of Strength and Conditioning
Effects of heavy resistance training on strength and power in upper extremities in wheelchair athletes.
I chose the article Effects of heavy resistance training on strength and power in upper extremities in wheelchair athletes, because it seemed like and interesting research topic. As a professional you encounter all types of athletes, for example wheelchair athletes. It is important that you know the proper way to train them and what works to improve…
the first thing that comes to mind when the word “Kobe” is brought up is the world-famous, professional basketball player and arguably one of the best ever. It sure seems spectacular how a man’s namesake, coinciding with cow meat, has superseded the original definition as the presumed thought when we hear the word “Kobe,” but that should not be a surprise to anyone. Watching professional basketball has turned into a means of entertainment and America, being an entertainment culture, it makes those “superhuman”…
role in American culture. Next I will outline the interviews of Hope College athletes who participated, or are participating, in a DIII sport in 2012. The sports that each athlete participated in include football, soccer, volleyball, swimming and basketball due to timeliness with this research project. With their interviews in mind, I will examine how their foodways reflect the overall foodways in American culture today, or if they go against traditional societal norms. I want to see if athletes…