Coaching, Basketball: How to Be Better At Basketball in 21 days
by James Wilson
Free Kindle Download: 30th & 31st Aug 2015.
How to Be Better At Basketball in 21 days - "The Ultimate Guide to Drastically Improving Your Basketball Shooting, Passing and Dribbling Skills".
Basketball drills coupled with strong fundamentals are the key for any top basketball player.
“You can practice basketball shooting eight hours a day, but if your technique is wrong, then all you become is very good at shooting the wrong way. Get the fundamentals down and the level of everything you do will rise.”- Michael Jordan.
People believe that in order to excel at anything in life practice is absolutely essential. What most people will not tell you is that without technique, discipline and character no amount of practice will help you achieve your goal, especially when it comes to basketball.
I have been coaching basketball in 20 countries over the past 30 years and can safely say that I have considerable experience in teaching the game. Perhaps I know more about it than an average coach. Throughout this time I have developed a core philosophy regarding the game, which works on several important skills for effective basketball conditioning. Today I want to share this unique knowledge with you.
My book, "How to Be Better At Basketball in 21 days - The Ultimate Guide to Drastically Improving Your Basketball Shooting, Passing and Dribbling Skills" is a rigorous program designed for amateurs and professionals alike.
It is guaranteed to improve your form, develop new basketball skills and get you in perfect conditioning before the start of a new season.
Grab your FREE copy now and follow our unique 21-Day Program that will take your basketball skills to the next level.
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Back when I was playing high school basketball, my friend and I were obsessed with dunking the ball. It consumed every moment of our existence, and we did everything we could to increase our vertical jump. It was a bit one-sided, because we should have spent time on improving other skills as well.
I recently bought this book about basketball skills and how to improve them to share with my son. He is walking down the same path his father did, becoming obsessed with one aspect of the game rather than trying to become a well-rounded player. I hope to have this book show him the path to take.
After reading this book I am impressed with the amount of good information in it. It talks about so many things related to basketball and the skills a player needs to work on. In addition to basketball skills, the book also delves into exercise routines and ways to increase all aspects of a player's game.
I heartily recommend this book. The links to videos on YouTube that help to illustrate topics of discussion are a nice touch. Michael Jordan is mentioned a lot in this book, but if I had to hear about one player a lot, he would be my choice.
I hope that my son eventually "sees the light" and realizes that dunking a basketball is not the be-all end-all when it comes to basketball. This book may help him see that and work on the other aspects of his basketball game.
James Wilson is a certified personal trainer and professional basketball coach. He has been developing young basketball players to excel in their game for over 30 years. He has worked with coaches and basketball players in more than 20 countries worldwide, which has enabled him to develop a unique playing style and coaching method.
His coaching philosophy revolves on three fundamental concepts: "best possible player conditioning", "quickness" and "conviction". These key points should be followed in every aspect of the game but when they are followed in every aspect of life, a basketball player can become truly great.
There are thousands of drills that can be practiced to improve your basketball game. Even NBA players can not pinpoint the exact programs that should be selected or discarded. However, with experience, seasoned coaches can give a guideline of drills most useful at the start of a new season. Thus, this book can be looked as a summation of the most important lessons the author has meticulously taught his students over 30 years of his life.
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