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Skill Development Playbook
79 minutes | Jan 22, 2016
SDP 015: Rand Brown - Simple Skill Development Techniques for Coaches
Coach Randy Brown has learned from some of the best coaches in the game. Coach Brown gives his insight on how to teach shooting, the importance of footwork, and how game relevant drills can really improve a players skill set. You don't want to miss this episode. You will surely pick up some great nuggets to implement into your program no matter your coaching level.
61 minutes | Nov 3, 2015
SDP 014: Don Showalter - Skill Development Tips for Players and Coaches
Coach Don Showalter has over 41 years of coaching experience on the high school level. During his coaching career, Coach Showalter has also shared his knowledge with USA Basketball and has coached some of the best young players that include Justin Winslow, Jabari Parker, Jahlil Okafor, and Bradley Beal to name a few. His knowledge on the game of basketball is second to none and you will pick up plenty of basketball nuggets in this episode.
39 minutes | Sep 16, 2015
SDP 013: John Leonzo - Simple Techniques to Implement into Your Skill Development Workouts Pt. 2
John Leonzo is the Owner of John Leonzo Basketball. He is an up and coming basketball skill development trainer with a lot of knowledge and understanding about skill development. John shares some great insight into the training world of his basketball training with high school and college players. Throughout the podcast John stresses the importance of conducting skill development training sessions the right way. He shares some simple but effective drills to get the most out of your workouts and gives some great resources for players that don't have access to a skill development coach. I enjoyed talking with John so much that we had to make this podcast a 2 part episode. If you missed part 1 then you must go download after hearing part 2.
43 minutes | Sep 14, 2015
SDP 012: Simple Techniques to Implement into Your Skill Development Workouts Pt. 1
John Leonzo is the Owner of John Leonzo Basketball. He is an up and coming basketball skill development trainer with a lot of knowledge and understanding about skill development. John shares some great insight into the training world of his basketball training with high school and college players. Throughout the podcast John stresses the importance of conducting skill development training sessions the right way. He shares some simple but effective drills to get the most out of your workouts and gives some great resources for players that don't have access to a skill development coach. I enjoyed talking with John so much we had to make this podcast a 2 part episode. You'll really enjoy part 1.
64 minutes | Sep 7, 2015
SDP 011: Chris Oliver - Stimulated Thinking on What You Coach and How You Coach
Chris Oliver is the head men's basketball coach at the University of Windsor and the Founder/Operator of BasketballImmersion.com. With 20 years of basketball coaching and training experience, Coach Oliver shared some great insight into how he conducts skill development training with his University of Windsor basketball team and camps he host. His training goes against the traditional way of training majority of coaches use today, but his methods are practical and skills learned can be transferred to a game. Go ahead and download this episode and listen with an open mind to the concepts and ideas that will challenge your philosophy on skill development. Coach Oliver's skill development training includes mixing skills that have a games approach. His philosophy includes enhancing movement patterns, 1 on 1 drills, and basketball decision training.
52 minutes | Aug 31, 2015
SDP 010: Irwin Hudson - Break It Down to the Basics
Irwin Hudson is the Founder/Owner of Orlando Hoops, better known as Ohoops out of Orlando, Florida. Coach Irwin has over 20 years experience coaching and training players of all skill levels. His Ohoops facility is the training spot for some of the world's best basketball players including NBA players such as Victor Oladipo, Kevin Durant, Dwight Howard, Chandler Parsons, Nick Calathes, Austin Rivers, and countless other youth, high school, college, and overseas professionals. Coach Irwin gives us an inside look into his training techniques and philosophies during this podcast. He shares some valuable knowledge on the game of basketball for parents, players, and coaches. Coach shares his 3 footwork methods for shooting off the catch, defensive techniques, resources for coaches, and how players can improve on their own without a skills coach.
64 minutes | Aug 25, 2015
SDP 009: Jim Boone - Skill Development the Deltat St. Way
Jim Boone is a very respected head basketball coach at Delta State University. With 30 years of experience in coaching, when Coach Boone decides to share some knowledge on the game of basketball you should quickly grab a pen and pad. Coach Boone shares his experience with skill development and how important it is as a coach to adapt to the changing ways of the game. Coach also gives us an inside look at how skill development is conducted with his Delta State basketball team.
59 minutes | Aug 17, 2015
SDP 008: Jeff Sparrow - Skill Development Ideas for Individuals and Teams
Jeff Sparrow is the Founder/Owner of Point Blank Period. Coach Sparrow's passion for coaching and training can be heard and felt throughout this interview. Coach Sparrow gave some great advice for parents, players, and coaches on skill development and how to get the most out of your players. He pushes players to their weakest point and then builds them up to make them stronger than they were.
40 minutes | Aug 10, 2015
SDP 007: Jaki Goldner of Krossover Basketball - Using Krossover for Skill Development
During this podcast I got the opportunity to interview Jaki Goldner, Community Manager of Krossover Basketball. Jaki is a former collegiate basketball player that still has the love for the game. You can still catch Jaki hooping it up on the court at one of the many basketball leagues around New York City. We got the opportunity to discuss her playing experience, her thoughts on skill development, and how Krossover can help any coach or trainer with skill development.
60 minutes | Aug 3, 2015
SDP 006: Cody Toppert - How to Elev8 Your Skill Development
Cody Toppert is the Director of Basketball Development for Elevate Sports Institute. Coach was not afraid to share a lot of information on how he conducts his skill development workouts for individuals and teams. He talked about the importance of coaches breaking down their offense and implementing different actions into their skill development workouts. Cody also gave details on how to make workouts efficient when there interior and perimeter players training at the same time. This is the time to get out your pen and pad and take good notes. There's a lot of knowledge dropped in the is podcast episode.
46 minutes | Jul 27, 2015
SDP 005: Mark Williams of Team Footprintz
Mark Williams is the Founder/Owner of Team Footprintz Basketball out of New York City. His training philosophy revolves around the game being built on the fundamentals of passing, shooting, ball handling, and defense. Mark and his staff believes once the foundation is formed, the ability to perform in the game will be developed. In this podcast Mark shares some insight on how he applies those beliefs and philosophies with his training company. His no nonsense no "cookie cutter" approach to training has set Team Footprintz a part from other trainers and companies in the New York area. Take a listen as coache discusses his opinions on skill development and how he trains some of the best youth, high school, and college/pro players in the New York area.
46 minutes | Jul 20, 2015
SDP 004: David Anderson - How to have Success with your Skill Development Program
David Anderson is the Founder/Owner of Foundation Basketball out of Richmond, VA. Skill development was instilled in him at a young age when he use to go to Hunter College and train with the likes of Mark Jackson and Hunter Berry. At that time Coach Anderson learned about hard work, commitment, and dedication. Those traits that were taught to him at an early age are now passed on to the players that come and train with Foundation Basketball. Foundation basketball is all about the basic fundamentals and then progressing into more advanced and elite level training for their players. Listen to the podcast as Coach Anderson shares some valuable information for players, coaches, and parents on the importance of skill development.
31 minutes | Jul 13, 2015
SDP 001: Coach TJ Jones - Show Introduction and What to Expect | 3 Skill Development Tips
41 minutes | Jul 13, 2015
SDP 003: Mark Adams - Skill Development the Right Way Pt 2
38 minutes | Jul 13, 2015
SDP 002: Mark Adams - Skill Development the Right Way
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