Movement Matrix for Basketball

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Published on 03/15/2012 by

Here is a basic on-court movement series we do with a light medicine ball. It can be used as part of the warm-up or incorporated into the actual workout. It’s a great way to work on footwork as well as strengthen the core! Special thanks to David Adkins and Kyle Tarp of the University of Maryland for sharing some of these moves! Thanks for watching! .

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 9 years ago

    @chasindreams2 By improving your footwork and core strength, YES, you give
    yourself the potential to perform moves on the court more explosively. 

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 9 years ago

    @johnnieblackwell Ha! Too funny. Instead we had Vanillia Ice's 'Ice Ice
    Baby' playing :)

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 9 years ago

    @2019phenom Correct...

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  • ozzyyooo 9 years ago

    i was looking at your espn rise"can you dunk" program and i was wondering
    how many sets of each exercise i should do because it only told me how many
    times per week i should do them but now how many reps in the day i should
    do them?

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 9 years ago

    If you want the specific sets/reps/etc you can purchase the program from
    Can He Dunk dot com!

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