Bodyweight Training for Basketball (With Ball)

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Published on 03/21/2011 by

Here are a variety of bodyweight strength training exercises we use with our players to strengthen their upper body and core. These exercises can be done anywhere and only require a standard basketball! Thanks for watching! .

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10 comments

  • Pure Sweat Basketball 9 years ago

    @Im0jun They don't, nor did we say they do. 

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 9 years ago

    @nitavianballislife That's for YOU to decide, there is not right answer...
    depends on YOUR strength!

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  • Justin M. 9 years ago

    Im going to Dematha next year and i want to get in shape but i have no
    Upper body strength like i cant do a pull-up what do you suggest i do im 14
    years old im in shape i just hav no upper body strength

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 9 years ago

    @ownage615 I suggest you do the exercises in this video... obviously with
    safety and perfect technique being your #1 priority. 

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  • kimydems24 9 years ago

    What's better to do, a circuit or rest after a certain workout then repeat?
    

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 9 years ago

    Both methods work well! 

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  • RayMedia.TV 8 years ago

    "doesn't mean it pertains to basketball" ... yet the title of ur video is
    "bodyweight training FOR basketball" ... not the sharpest knife in the
    kitchen are ya

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 8 years ago

    Good point, and you are right, the title was misleading. 100% my fault.
    BTW, it took you 11 months to respond. I may not be the 'sharpest knife in
    the kitchen'... but you are slower than a fat guy in skinny jeans... 

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  • RayMedia.TV 8 years ago

    touche sir.... touche

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 8 years ago

    🙂 

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