"Building the Complete Player" Workout Series

"Building the Complete Player" Workout Series
"Building the Complete Player" Workout Series
Item# BD-04585
$104.99
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Product Description

  • Learn how to make quick, accurate one-hand passes
  • Discover drills for maximizing repetitions and challenging ball-handling skills
  • Learn how to build an all-in-one workout for developing a complete, unstoppable basketball player
with Lyndsey Fennelly, Basketball Skill Trainer and coach;
2007 All American, second round selection by WNBA Indiana Fever, led Iowa State University in assists during 06-07 season, former course director Point Guard College (2007-2011)

Renowned skill trainer Lyndsey Fennelly gives you the keys to building a dynamic and challenging shooting workout from start to finish. She teaches players to work on three main points: it's not what you do but how you do things, focus on two or three skills per session and enter each workout with a plan.

Starting with a ball handling and passing workout, Coach Fennelly takes an average player and turn them into great players. During the warm-up session, players learn to work at three different levels: stationary; moving and being able to pass; and moving and passing with one hand. She teaches four different types of passes and various ball-handling moves. The session works on 10 main ball-handling skills like the pound dribble, alternating dribble, push pull and the in/out dribble. She adds various one-handed passes like the push, rugby or the behind-the-back pass. Combining these skills pumps up the intensity and game-like play of the drill.

Coach Fennelly's presentation continues with a demonstration of six different shooting drills. With each drill, she explains how to train the beginning level , intermediate and advanced player, which allows players to progress through each level as their skill improves. From warm-up shooting drills to full court drills that push players to be at their best, Fennelly puts players to the test and challenges them to train the way they want to play. Players learn to train with or without a partner in each drill.

This is a must-have video for any player looking to train at the top level of competition or any coach looking to take his players to the next level during the offseason. Coach Fennelly provides excellent drills that teach players to shoot game shots at game spots at game speed.

53 minutes. 2014.


with Lyndsey Fennelly, Basketball Skill Trainer and coach;
2007 All American, second round selection by WNBA Indiana Fever, led Iowa State University in assists during 06-07 season, former course director Point Guard College (2007-2011)

Lyndsey Fennelly, All American point guard at Iowa State and basketball skill trainer, demonstrates how she trains her players to become dynamic ball handlers and efficient passers. In this two-part video, you learn two different skill workouts: passing and ball handling. With each ball-handling drill, Coach Fennelly trains you at two different levels: eyes open and eyes closed. This exercise increases players' comfort levels with the ball.

Coach Fennelly also demonstrates how she warms her players up by progressing through 10 different confidence ball handling drills. She spends just 10 minutes building players' confidence, focusing on having her players dribble at game speed to make mistakes and get out of their comfort zone.

Once players are loose, she adds different movement drills with contact to simulate game-like conditions. Players work from the wing to attack the rim using different dribbles and different finishes to build an unstoppable player. In her wing attack drill, Coach Fennelly teaches four different attacking moves that promote dexterity and placement of the off arm to protect the ball, which aids creativity in finishing moves. She includes instruction on the Euro-step, training the technique from baseline to middle and middle to baseline.

To make you players complete, Coach Fennelly adds a skill that is underrated and overlooked by most coaches: passing. Her drills are designed to build passing confidence in players so that they can make difficult pass under pressure without fearing a turnover. She teaches four types of passing: hook, push, rugby and behind the back pass, all of which are quicker passes that are less likely to be telegraphe

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