5 Drills To Develop Your Benchby Rob Senderoff
5 Drills To Develop Your Bench
Bench players often live in the shadow of the starters. However, that doesn't mean they are any less important. A bench player can make the difference during a critical situation, and is often the one to make the big play. Being at the ready is part of what makes bench players so valuable. Bench players aren't the stars, but they are the crew behind the scenes who are just as important.
Developing and improving your bench can create great depth to your team, making your unit much more of a threat. Having players who can do just about everything on the court and on the bench is an absolute nightmare for opposing teams and players.
The Enhancement of your bench is crucial to a team's success. You might ask why? After the whistle blows and it's time to have a rotation, you have two or three starters on the floor and two or three bench players come on. What good is it if those two or three bench players are a real asset to the team? The opposition will exploit them and take advantage.
Head Coach Rob Senderfoff has developed and created a program to help coaches improve the depth of their bench. He gives an inside look at 5 drills he implements into his workouts. Drills like the Virgina drill, the extra pass drill, the famous 4v4v4 drill, the scramble and the celtic transition drill. Learn how to use these drills onto your team, Introducing..
**5 Drills To Develop your Bench Training**
In this course, the head men’s basketball coach at Kent State University Robert Senderoff reveals the drills he incorporates in his practices to help improve his bench. He gives a breakdown of each drill and its best functions. Everything you need to improve your bench is right here!
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Robert Andrew Senderoff is the head men’s basketball coach at Kent State University. The Hoop scoop rated him as the fourth best mid-major assistant basketball coach in the nation. Senderoff served as an assistant coach at Fordham university, Yale University and Towson University and as a graduate assistant at Miami University. Coach Senderoff led the Golden Flashes to their first MAC Tournament Championship and NCAA tournament appearance in eight years in 17’.