Basketball Reaction & Quickness Drills

Published on 07/17/2012 by

A couple of years ago, a good friend of mine (Rick Allison of LoneStar Basketball Academy), filmed several of my drills with a high speed camera (thus making the clips appear in slow motion). It is fascinating to watch game speed drills done in slow motion! Pay close to attention to the players’ feet during each drill. Thanks for watching! .

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  • mad ramos 8 years ago


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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 8 years ago

    Not sure of the name, we buy all of our tracks from a DJ overseas! 

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  • David Kyeremeh 8 years ago

    Great drills!!! But why is the whole video in slow motion? 

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 8 years ago

    So you can clearly see EVERYTHING! Just wanted to try something different! 

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  • John Miller 7 years ago

    Are you using Tennis balls?

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  • Ebony Marshall 7 years ago

    THat wasnt a good idea to put the WHOLE video in slow motion ... 

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  • Daryl Cartwright 7 years ago

    In slow motion it highlights the majority of athletes when trying to react
    quickly their first step is backwards not forwards. Have worked with a
    trainer who focuses on core and trying to improve reaction and speed by
    making sure the first step is forward.

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  • Wells O'Neill 7 years ago

    basketball in slow mo is always the best, you see the details that make up
    the motions

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  • Miguel Morton 6 years ago

    You do an amazing job with training. Would like to know if you host camps
    or clinics. Would love to pick your brain about some things. I coach high
    school in North Carolina and use tons of your workouts.

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  • PhoenixSuns NZ 6 years ago

    These look like they could be really fun and useful.

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