One of the most important issues of any coach is the development of high players. This is a key element of basketball education. With lots of unique workouts and special exercises, a tall, uncomfortable player often develops into a smooth, coordinated great human being that can destroy the opposition. Most league teams have at least one high player to steer the rebounds and threaten a dangerous scoring.
Where to Begin
The starting point for high player development must be in the lower classes. Because of the rapid growth of many players, it is often difficult to tell early if a boy grows to a tall player. Therefore, it is necessary for the trainer to select players whose construction indicates a significant future growth and start with a fundamental job. As soon as they enter high school, promising individuals can be trained and receive special attention.
Strength, hopping ability and agility
Serious training can be an important factor in high player strength and bouncing ability. The serious training program is more important than the development of a high player than in any other. This high player needs a good strength in his upper body, especially on his shoulders, arms, and hands, for a rough recovery. Increasing the weight gain caused by weight gain may increase the vertical jump rate and improve your speed.
The ability to move well is important if you are developing your offensive and defensive skills. Fitting the rope is one of the best drilling machines in the development of this speed. The development program must include wind sprints and foot drills.
Improving the ability to shoot
Basketball training includes the development of shooting ability. Most good attacking centers use the following shots:
2. Jump shot.
3. Hook shot.
4. Tip shot.
5. Free throwing.
Lay-ups. The "George Mikan" drill is an excellent starting point for developing a player's shooting ability. It's under the basket and moves with your right hand in a shot. The shot took off his left foot. As the ball passes through the net, it moves to its right foot and shoots a left-handed shot from the other side of the gate. This procedure is repeated for several minutes and used daily.
Jump Shot. When a bouncing shot is formed, a high player must start closer to the basket and step away when the shooter touches. At least fifty shots a day are absolutely required. Recording the number of daily attempts allows a player to check progress and provide incentives for further work.
Hook Shot. Hook-off should be developed with both hands. Again, the work has to start close to the basket. On the back of the basket, the player must step on his left foot and hold the ball with his right hand. With his right hand, after several shots he has to go to the other side of the goal and shoot with his right handed left hand. At least fifty shots a day with every hand must be a minimum program. As the shooting ability improves, it needs to move further away from the basket.
Tip Shot. Your teammate will be in an offensive attacking position in most of the offensive games. The perfection of the peak capture allows me to increase its scoring efficiency. Different drills are available and at least one drill should be used daily. As you learn the basic technique, a defensive rebounder must be added to the drills to overthrow the high player in the rebound and simulate the playing conditions
Free kick. Free throwing should not be neglected. As a high player gets the ball in the extremely dangerous area of the basket, he often gets more free throws than any other player in the team. Therefore, you should develop your free throw technique to achieve maximum efficiency. However, there is no need for a separate free-throw program. A high player must follow the same free-throw practice plan as the rest of the team.
Good basketball training includes, among other things, the development of high players.