NABC Youth Basketball Coaching Bundle
The NABC Youth Basketball Coaching Bundle contains 3 DVDs and 2 books. Each is described below.
NABC's Basketball Skills & Drills for Younger Players: Vol. 1—Individual Skills & Drills
NABC’s Basketball Skills & Drills for Younger Players: Vol. 1—Individual Skills & Drills presents a one-of-a-kind resource on developing basic fundamentals for youth basketball. Featuring five separate video programs—Footwork; Ballhandling (Passing, Catching, and Dribbling); Shooting (Lay-Ups and Free Throws); Shooting (Set Shots and Jump Shots); and Individual Defense, this 2-disc DVD set offers the perfect instructional tool for youth basketball coaches who want to improve the skills level of their players.
NABC’s Basketball Skills & Drills for Younger Players: Vol. 2—Team Skills & Drills
NABC’s Basketball Skills & Drills for Younger Players: Vol. 2—Team Skills & Drills provides an exceptional resource for youth basketball coaches. Featuring four separate video programs—Rebounding and Defense; Team Defense; Fast Break Offense; and Simplified Zone Offense, this 2-disc DVD set offers the perfect instructional tool for youth basketball coaches who want to enhance the ability of their teams to play fundamentally sound basketball on both ends of the court.
NABC’s Basketball Skills & Drills for Younger Players: Vol. 3—Coaching Pointers
NABC’s Basketball Skills & Drills for Younger Players: Vol. 3—Coaching Pointers presents an exceptional resource for youth basketball coaches who want to be better prepared to deal with the diverse array of possible challenges that they might fact on and off the court. Featuring four separate videos—Teaching Tips for Coaching; The Role of Parents in Athletics; Motivating Your Athletes; and Practicing to Play the Game, this 2-disc DVD set addresses several of the key issues confronting youth basketball coaches.
NABC’s Youth Basketball Coaching Handbook
NABC’s Youth Basketball Coaching Handbook teaches parent-coaches how to coach and develop youngsters through the basketball-playing experience. Shares crucial knowledge about coaching young basketball players, including: reasons for coaching, developing a coaching philosophy, motivating young athletes, planning/organization, game coaching, establishing personnel roles, developing essential skills, monitoring and controlling player behavior, developing character lessons, and much more.
NABC's Handbook for Teaching Basketball Skill Progressions
Coaches Jerry Krause of Gonzaga and Curtis Janz of Oklahoma Christian combine forces with renowned physical education and human performance specialist James H. Conn, Ph.D. to present this ground-breaking and easy-to-apply resource on how to systematically develop the abilities of basketball players from as early as age 4 through age 18. Identifies what "developmentally appropriate" skills should be taught and the best time to teach them in order to maximize ability, understanding, and enjoyment. Covers coaching philosophy for youth sports, changing the game for younger players, planning practices for younger players, as well as fundamental skills for lower elementary (grades K-3), upper elementary (grades 4-6), middle/junior high school (7-8), lower secondary (grades 9-10), and high school (grades 11-12). Ideal for coaches, teachers, and parents of athletes at any age and ability. Features over 150 photographs and illustrations. Produced in cooperation with the National Association of Basketball Coaches.