Mike Krzyzewski: Agility & Conditioning Drills for Defense
- Learn new agility and conditioning drills for improving basketball defense from the National Association of Basketball Coaches Coach of the Decade, Mike Krzyzewski
- Basketball agility and conditioning drills for improving team defense
- Competitive and enthusiastic drills to keep players motivated
The drills on this DVD will instill the discipline and mental toughness needed to make that critical defensive stop when you need it the most!
Coach Krzyzewski has coached six National "Defensive Player of the Year" award winners and has coached some of the most successful and respected defensive-minded teams in basketball history. His defensive "system" has won over 700 games and has reached 10 NCAA "Final Fours" (to date).
In this excellent video, Coach K takes the court at Cameron Indoor Stadium and teaches over 20 innovative drills and strategies designed to optimize your defensive tactics. These drills will teach your athletes how to force bad shots and turnovers by controlling the movement of the ball handler, guarding the passing lanes and challenging shooters. Your players will sharpen all of their defensive skills while challenging themselves mentally and physically. These vital drills will get your team in great physical shape and in position to handle any game - home or away. These techniques will help with transition defense, shutting down perimeter and post players, increasing ball pressure and building weak-side defense awareness. Coach Krzyzewski focuses on keeping the drills competitive and enthusiastic, which in turn gets athletes to concentrate and builds team camaraderie. Furthermore, Coach K will help you learn how to accentuate these excellent drills to simulate and rehearse what will happen at the defensive end of the court. All of these drills can be used throughout the season to maintain proper defensive stance and intensity.
This outstanding video is a must for any age and competitive level of play. Coach K will help you accomplish your goals!
50 minutes. 2005.