Here are 4 drills you can do inside your house, even while watching TV. #1. Barber Pole. Work on your ball handling skills and simulate a behind-the-back dribble move by standing with your feet together and taking the ball around your body right hand to left starting with your head.
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Hold the basketball out in front; Keep your arms locked and extended out. Toss the ball back and forth focusing on using only your finger tips; Do this with your arms straight out, moving to above your head, down low and behind your back; Ball Wraps. Practice tracking the ball while keeping your head up.
This drill gives you a feel for the ball and simulates between-the-legs dribbles. Shoot From the Floor. Lie on your back and bring the ball up and take a shot with normal form. Catch the ball and repeat. Do this drill for about five minutes. This drill helps ensure you are getting proper backspin on your shot.
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Here are a few simple basketball drills you can do in your house to improve ball handling and practice shooting mechanics. These are good drills to do inside...
Stand with your feet about shoulder-width apart and hold the basketball in front of you with both hands. Place the ball into one hand as you swing it around your torso from front to back, switch the ball to the other hand behind your back, and then swing it around back to your front so it travels in a circle.
To start, lay down on your back, raise your arms into a shooting position, and shoot the ball straight up in the air. You want to focus on your follow-through from your elbow all the way up through the tips of your fingers. Flick your wrist and allow the ball to roll off the tips of the fingers on your shooting hand.
What's good people? Here are some drills that can be done at home at any time. They can be done with variations and at different capacities depending YOUR s...
We know a lot of you have to stay around the house right now! No matter what, you have to keep your game ready for when everyones allowed back on the court! ...
Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, using 1 basketball, knees bent in an athletic position; Dribble hard with the right hand, then another dribble with the right crossing the ball over to the left, then back to the right; Repeat 3x with each hand. Click here for more details on this drill and video instruction! Straight Line Cone Series
Classic Finishing Drill First up, a simple one, but one that needs to be repped– no doubt. Toss the ball off the glass, jump up to grab the board, and then put it back in.