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Basketball Strength Training Drills and Progressions 2-Pack

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Basketball Strength Training Drills and Progressions 2-Pack

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  • Basketball Strength Training Drills and Progressions 2-Pack
  • Basketball Strength Training Drills and Progressions 2-Pack
  • Discover the exercises needed to stimulate and strengthen the high twitch muscles to maximize speed and power while optimizing performance
  • Discover techniques that vary from having no equipment needed, to techniques with weights or other equipment, depending on what you have available

Total Body Strength Training for Basketball

with Brian Bingaman,
St. Joseph's University Director of Strength and Conditioning;
named a Master Strength & Conditioning Coach by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCA), as well as Strength & Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC), and (Level 1 Club Coach) United States Weightlifting

See a systematic approach to strength training that prepares athletes for the launch and landing sequences required in competitive basketball.

Brian Bingaman takes you through a standard weight training day for St. Joe's basketball. By combining compound lifts with prehab and other smaller exercises, Bingaman expertly shows coaches how to maximize time in the weight room and train a variety of skills in shorter sessions. Knowing how to plan a workout and rotate players from weight station to weight station will get your workout to max levels of production. Each exercise is shown in detail and allows you to better instruct your athletes in such a critical area.

Plyometric Drills

In basketball, balance stability and quickness are critical skills that can lead to improvement on the court. Bingaman takes his athletes through a variety of hops over small hurdles and box jumps. Getting explosiveness in a jump and landing soft is emphasized, and you'll want your players to land soft and be ready to explode again if needed. Small hurdle hops include a variety of double and single leg exercises that are intended to build coordination and stability both forward and laterally. As the athletes progress, the focus shifts from stability to quickness, where Bingaman cues his athletes to "be quick off the ground," building reactive strength and power.

Olympic Lifts

Olympic lifts are a critical tool for developing explosive power while reinforcing the concept of triple extension. In this segment, Bingaman walks his athletes through a series of clean pulls and hang cleans using lifting blocks to teach triple extension and quick explosive movements. To maximize efficiency during this segment, these lifts are combined with mobility-based exercises to promote flexibility, core development and injury prevention.

Compound Lifts

Bingaman shows a variety of lower and upper body lifts designed to build strength and power. During this segment, he addresses the safety and strength benefits of using machines like leg press and pit shark squatting on heavy strength days in place of more conventional exercises like the squat. While Bingaman explains that squats are a great exercise that he uses in his program, he outlines his philosophy on using these machines to reduce spinal loading, enabling taller players to lift heavier with less risk.

This video from Coach Bingaman will help you develop your athletes' strength efficiently and wisely!

64 minutes. 2017.

Basketball Strength Training: Progressions & Regressions

with Brian Bingaman,
St. Joseph's University Director of Strength and Conditioning;
named a Master Strength & Conditioning Coach by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCA), as well as Strength & Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC), and (Level 1 Club Coach) United States Weightlifting

Strength and conditioning is an important area of any sport's program. As players are specializing in certain sports and playing year-round, injury prevention will be your most important reason to have a strength and conditioning program.

Brian Bingaman expertly breaks down the weight training exercise progressions and regressions that he uses with the St. Joseph's basketball team to teach new movement patterns, clean up technique, or provide remediation and injury prevention.

In each session, Bingaman takes you through the development in the progression as you move from the ground up. You will learn critical cues while gaining valuable insight into how to design a weight training program that can be the foundation of your program. He focuses on the development of the athlete, which is where the progression and regression philosophy comes into play. Each individual player is different, and this program allows you to individualize strength work while still maintaining a team atmosphere and working with many athletes.

Double Leg Exercises

In the double leg progression, Bingaman demonstrates the progressive lifts used to help athletes learn the bilateral squat movement pattern. Beginning with a PVC overhead squat to improve mobility and flexibility, Bingaman progresses into med ball and goblet squats to improve posture and core support before progressing on to weighted front and back squats.

Single Leg Exercises

In the single leg segment, Bingaman starts his progressions with a body weight split squat. Using this lift, he demonstrates key body positions and cues that are critical to developing balance and posture. As athletes improve, they advance through reverse and front lunges, adding dumbbells once they can effectively control their body weight with proper form. Bingaman expertly breaks down the culminating lift in this segment, the Bulgarian split squat, which is an excellent tool for developing unilateral strength and power.

Upper Body Pressing Exercises

In this segment, Bingaman teaches technique for pressing exercises. Beginning by perfecting technique in the push-up, Bingaman adds variety and difficulty by having athletes use trap bars and unstable platforms to improve range of motion and challenge core stability. Once the push-up is mastered, athletes will switch to the bench with single arm dumbbell presses, before progressing to the barbell bench press.

Coach Bingaman gives you plenty of strength exercises and ideas to incorporate into your own program immediately!

71 minutes. 2017.

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