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1. Basketball Speed, Agility & Quickness
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Hoops360 Rookies SAQ SAQ Add-On for rookies establishes body position as it relates to basketball and on court movements. It introduces how to get into and athletic stance and how to move while in that ...
Created on 06 October 2015
2. Philosophy
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Hoops 360 was founded  to provide innovative basketball drills, basketball training and programming to complement today's basketball player.   Our focus includes basketball specific strength ...
Created on 23 September 2015
3. Hoops360 Select
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Overview Hoops 360 Select is a try-out based basketball academy for high level players who are committed to excellence in the sport.  This program provides everything a player needs to excel all ...
Created on 14 September 2015
4. Hoops360 Premier
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Overview Hoops 360 Premier is a try-out based basketball academy for older players who are on a track to play college basketball.  This program provides everything those players need to play at ...
Created on 14 September 2015
5. NBA Draft/Evaluating Talent
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...  - There were 10 rounds in the 1984 draft, yes 10 rounds….. Carl Lewis was even drafted. - Hakeem Olajuwon started playing basketball at 16.  Of course he had tremendous God given talent, he also ...
Created on 26 June 2014
6. Notes from the NBA Finals - Game 2
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... the importance of being able to pass the basketball.  Tiago splitter is an excellent passer, especially in high-low situations when feeding the low post.  Jeff Van Gundy noted that If you are ...
Created on 09 June 2014
7. Behind the Back: Part 1
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... this dribble in situations where you want to come to a quick stop.  Going full speed, come to a 2 foot stop to relieve pressure and protect the basketball.  This is used for quick deceleration ...
Created on 21 April 2014
8. Offseason Training Part 2 - Finding Balance
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... your travel basketball schedule.    1. Travel team practices/games – Travel teams are fun.  You get to travel to parts of the country you may have never been to before, hang with ...
Created on 11 March 2014
9. Offseason Training Outlook
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  Most high school basketball seasons should be over within a week or so. State championships finished up this weekend in Georgia and our Hoopseen.com crew were all over the state the past 4 ...
Created on 10 March 2014
10. Metabolic Conditioning Circuit for Basketball
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As I told you in my last post, I learned a lot of different training philosophies from different basketball strength and conditioning coaches at the strength and conditioning clinic held at UNLV in ...
Created on 11 September 2013
11. Keys to Success - Freshmen/Sophomores
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Moving from middle school to high school basketball is going to come with its up and downs as a young player.  The speed of the game has been stepped up a notch; players are bigger, faster, stronger, ...
Created on 11 September 2013
12. Reactionary Tennis Ball Drills for Basketball Players
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  In May I had the opportunity to travel out to Las Vegas for the 6th annual Basketball Strength & Conditioning Conference which was held at UNLV.  I have been to many conferences ...
Created on 20 July 2013
13. Foam Rolling for Basketball
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As a basketball player if you want to become the best you can be there is little time to rest in today’s world.  With teenagers playing a high school season, a travel basketball season, attending ...
Created on 13 July 2013
14. Speed and Agility Training for Basketball Players - Crossover Steps
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Here are some offensive and defensive drills for increasing speed, power, and agility for crossover steps in basketball.  Offensively, stay low and make sure you are driving forward while beating ...
Created on 08 June 2013
15. Battle Ropes for Basketball Players
(Blog)
... the ropes to perform basketball specific movements challenges the core to maintain good body position while completing the exercise, much like being bumped, grabbed, and fouled while playing the game. ...
Created on 31 May 2013
16. Medicine Ball Training for Basketball
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Medicine balls are a great tool to use to enhance your performance as a basketball player.  One of the ways you can use them is to work on being aggressive and explosive out of triple threat.  ...
Created on 29 April 2013
17. Basketball Lunge Matrix Part 3 - Crossover Step and Reverse Pivots
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Crossover Step and Reverse Pivot lunge Progression - If you watch the game of basketball you will see that a form of lunge is part of almost every play.  Lunges are great exercises to work on single ...
Created on 26 March 2013
18. Basketball Lunge Matrix Part 2 - Open Step & Forward Pivots
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Increasing your lower extremity strength is essential to improving as a basketball player.  When building a strength training program you must build it from the ground up and focus on having a strong ...
Created on 26 February 2013
19. Basketball Lunge Matrix - Part 1
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Increasing your lower extremity strength is essential to improving as a basketball player.  When building a strength training program you must build it from the ground up and focus on having a strong ...
Created on 21 February 2013
20. Grip Strength for Basketball Players - Part 2
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Grip Strengthening exercises for basketball players.  Gain an advantage over your competition by doing some gripping and hand strengthening exercises on a regular basis. Improving your grip strength ...
Created on 12 February 2013