My Favorite Warmup Drills To Start Practiceby Michael Fly
Practice is one of the most vital parts to any team's success. A basketball practice or training session is designed to help you address your players weaknesses, improve their weaknesses, sharpen their strengths, and push them outside of their comfort zone so that you can advance and develop them into greater players.
Basketball players can learn quickly, but to master the skills they must practice constantly. It is a known fact that if you practice something everyday you'll get better at it.
Through repetition of the same skills, basketball drills help players improve their skills. When players practice basketball drills consistently and with the right technique, they develop muscle memory and good habits that can be useful in game situations
Head Coach Michael Fly takes practice seriously and has developed drills to help players get into rhythm before the start of practice. Drills and exercises like six minute shooting, where players continuously shoot the ball in motion in order to nail their shot down. Making actual practice that much more effective and impactful. You can learn these drills and exercises with..
**Favorite Warmup Drills Training**
In this course, Head Coach of Men's Basketball at Florida Gulf Coast University Michael Fly has created and developed a program that illustrates some of his favorite warm up drills. He breaks down each drill with detail and how to run them effectively. Everything you need to start a great practice is right here!
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Michael Fly is the Head Coach of Mens Basketball at Florida Gulf Coast University. Including the 2020-21 season, Fly has been a part of nearly 190 wins the past 10 years, six ASUN Tournament Final appearances, three NCAA Tournament victories, three ASUN Tournament titles and three ASUN Regular Season Championships, two berths in the NIT, a CIT appearance, and a run to the Sweet Sixteen which captivated the nation and put the Southwest Florida campus on the national radar for good. As an assistant coach, Fly was responsible for recruiting multiple-time ASUN champions Zach Johnson, Brandon Goodwin and Christian Terrell in addition to 2021-22 senior Caleb Catto who is one of the top overall players in the league.
Of the top-10 players in career points at FGCU, Fly has helped develop eight of them, including all-time leading scorer Thompson.