What does it take to master the rebound? As with most things, practice is the key. In this video course, Coach Peterson shares her four favorite rebounding drills. They range from warmup to full competition, and they include technique, footwork, and preparation as well as enough variation to keep the players on their toes.
Coach Randi Henderson works with her team through some excellent post drills. Her progressive teaching style is sure to help your players grow their inside presence, and her focus on drilling in groups is good for teambuilding in general. This online course will help you bring the same winning strategy to your team's practices.
Work on your zone shooting in a shootaround with Coach Randi Peterson. These fast-paced drills are designed to give the players practice shooting against a zone defense - they encourage players to find the open shot, pass the ball, and finally take shots against the zone. Remember, practice makes perfect!
In this video, Coach Peterson takes you through her progression of drills from 1-on-1 to 2-on-2. The moves and finishes are the same as the 1-on-1, but the 2-on-2 adds more pressure and brings in the passing game for a more well-rounded, fresh practice session.
Randi Peterson likes to mix it up! She has learned that practice gets repetitive when the same drills are rehearsed every single day until they become so repetitive that the teams she coaches have less fun with it. The trick is to do different kinds of drills that still work on the same fundamentals - that way the same work gets done, but the practice stays fun. These videos are filmed with Randi and her team practicing with one-on-one drills that keep it interesting and encourage the players to work their hardest.
Read and React coaches are always looking for new and unique ways to train the Read and React Offense in practice.
Coach Randi Henderson has adopted a concept she calls “Emmert Reads” from a coaching clinic she attended. In this 29 minute course, she introduces drills you can use to train post entries, the read-line, relocation, and x-cuts.
These actions are designed to imitate live game situations and stimulate your imagination for training any Read and React action initiated by post entry or dribble penetration.