Mini-Band Circuit for Basketball

Published on 04/10/2012 by

Here is a series of exercises using mini-bands to help strengthen the hips and core. These movements can be done during warm-up or as part of the actual workout. Mini-bands are great pieces of equipment because they are inexpensive, portable and extremely versatile. You can purchase them at . Thanks for watching! .

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 9 years ago

    Nope, that is Stronger Team's Blair O'Donovan! 

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 9 years ago

    Strengthens you hips and glutes....

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  • SunDevilzBasketball 9 years ago

    @Stronger Team , do you have any explosive training for basketball videos
    or First Step Quickness?

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 9 years ago

    Sure do - check the resources at Shop dot Stronger Team dot com! 

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  • Djordje Obradovic 9 years ago

    Can i do yours 12 weeks strenght/power and aggility/condition in same time.
    Its made to blend together? Also which kind of equipments i need for both
    programs and how many times per week? Thanks

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 9 years ago

    Yes, they were designed to be done together... 2 days per week each. Only
    basic weight room equipment is needed!

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  • gkats13 9 years ago

    Very nice vids! I had an acl reconstruction surgury about a month ago and
    now i'm in the phase of rehabilitation. Do you have any specific acl
    prevention exercises that i can do in the future?

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 9 years ago

    Sorry to hear about your injury, glad you are recovering nicely. I can't
    legally make recommendations about an injury online, that is something you
    need to speak to your PT about. Once you are 100% cleared, check back. Good

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  • James Ro 7 years ago

    Hey Alan. Thanks for all the videos. I follow all of them and my game has
    gotten a lot better. I've purchased lateral resistance band from jumpusa
    and they are too big for these workouts. Where can I find something like
    the one in this video? Also, I need a basketball workout plan and don't
    know if I should go with the Stts or the PDFs and DVDs ? What is the

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  • ballislife 34 7 years ago

    im doing a strenght training 3 times a week, before go to school im doing
    this mini band circuit, but i dont know if this really worth the work and i
    dont see all the benefits, should i just stick to my strenght training?,
    cause i get a relly good glute and hip flexors work in my workout

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