Basketball Strength With Body-weight Exercisesby BasketballTrainer
This course is a prerequisite for any resistance training program used to improve strength on the basketball court. Although athletes of all ages will benefit from the following exercises, the focus of this 30-day challenge is on the development of the middle school and high school basketball player in a safe and functional manner.
Chris Corbett is the Director of Austin Youth Basketball and also an owner of BasketballHQ.com as well as Coachtube.com. He is the founder of BasketballTrainer.com and is a player development specialist. He has reached out for the highest expertise in the world he could find in order to address the needs of players and their families to work on strength training in a safe, no excuses, budget-friendly manner that emphasizes self-responsibility.
His pick for this topic is Rusty Gregory CSCS. Rusty Gregory is the coauthor of Living Wheat-Free for Dummies (Wiley Publishing). He received his B.S. (Commercial and Industrial Fitness) in 1989 from Texas Tech University and his M.S. (Kinesiology) in 1991 from the University of Michigan. In 1991, he began his personal training business in Austin, Texas, and became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). In 1995, he opened Forte Personal Fitness, a private personal fitness studio where he trains athletes from a multitude of sports and people of all ages, health backgrounds, and physical limitations.
Chris helped define the problem and challenges players and their families face... Rusty provided the expertise and science. This is a great guide for players, trainers, and basketball coaches.