Better Basketball first gained its notoriety with Rick Torbett's player development series which cultivates the fundamental skills of basketball.
This course is for you if you are a:
* a player looking to develop a consistent, repeatable jump shot, or
* a coach seeking an extremely detailed, easy-to-follow shooting curriculum for training players (beginners through more experienced).
In this course, Coach Rick Torbett works with two different teams of high school players to develop "Rapid Skill Acquisition". Coach Torbett teaches techniques needed for a great shot. In almost 5 hours of intense guidance the players train completely through the shooting process, beginning before the shot is taken and continuing through the actions following the shot.
Coach Torbett provides clear-cut analysis, instruction, and demonstration of the principles of a great shot. Additionally, he supplies all the resources needed to track player success and development. Using these resources, coaches will be able to target weaknesses and develop strengths, with the goal of building confident players.
|1||Shooting Course Preview|
|2||Week 1 Part A|
|3||Week 1 Part B|
|4||Week 2 Part A|
|5||Week 2 Part B|
|6||Week 2 Part C|
|7||Week 3 Part A|
|8||Week 3 Part B|
|9||Week 3 Part C|
|14||Week 8 Part A|
|15||Week 8 Part B|
|17||Week 10 (Bonus) Part A|
|18||Week 10 (Bonus) Part B|
Rick Torbett is the founder of BetterBasketball.com offering Basketball Instructional and Training Videos offering detailed teaching for coaches and players. Torbett is also the creator of the Read and React Offense, one of the most popular and successful basketball coaching series on the market. Find all his courses streaming on-demand, only at CoachTube.com.
I've just taken my U12 girls team through this entire 8 week program...although it's taken us closer to 12 weeks :) This was a fantastic progression program. Our players now have the language, skills and footwork necessary to build their shooting form and muscle memory. They now feel very confident in shooting on their own/with their parents...and I feel confident that they aren't using that time to reinforce poor techniques that we'll need to fix later. They now can help their teammates with feedback :)
May 15, 2018 04:45:18 PM