It’s great to watch a video or DVD and see what a quality training session is supposed to look like.
I always enjoy having exercise photographs at my fingertips with a visual representation of what each rep should look like along the way.
I also adore being able to read key information about what the Coach or Trainer was thinking when they designed a particular training program, or what philosophies and concepts they feel are important with respect to Speed, Strength, Coordination, Mobility, Flexibility and Injury Prevention.
And I especially love being given ‘sample programs’.
A literal “here, just do this because it works” roadmap for success.
You get that and every ounce of the information mentioned above inside my ‘Complete Athlete Development’ system.
But do you know what my favorite part is?
The fact that I took the time to create and develop a Training Template for you.
If you read my last post, you followed along as I walked us through the first three steps to consistent jump shot performance for a young basketball player. We discussed how the athlete should “catch,” “set,” and “see.”
In this installment, we will finish the jump shot skill set by discussing the other four keys, “dip,” “extend,” “flip,” and “crash.” As we discussed last time, it is likely ultimately more functional to further simplify this skill set into even fewer keys, however, for teaching purposes, the seven step approach will allow us to be highly specific without unnecessarily confusing the young athletes.