Randi Peterson: Emmert Series10,00 $
The drills in this package train:
-the Read Line
-Anything you want to do from a Post Entry
-Anything you want to do off Dribble Penetration.
These actions are learned from a “Live” cut which imitates game situations.10,00 $
Better Ball Handling35,00 $
30 application specific workouts; need to improve your cross-over, there’s a workout for that; need to develop your off hand, there’s a workout for that. What about improving hand strength? Yep, there’s a workout for that too. And 27 others!
Almost 200 individual drills so you’ll never get bored.
3 hours and 10 minutes.
The more you can practice dribbling in a high variety of ways, the sharper your handles will be. Better Ball Handling gives you the tools to do it.35,00 $
Randi Peterson: Rebounding20,00 $
Can you ever work on rebounding enough? Coach Peterson shares her four favorite rebounding drills that range from warmup caliber to full competition. Her drills include technique, footwork, offensive as well as defensive rebounding, and outlet passes for transition.20,00 $
The Shooting Course99,00 $
Do you fall into one of these categories?
You’re a player who is tired of being “just another player”
You’re a coach who has players who need to drastically improve their shooting for the sake of the team
You’re a parent who wants to see your child develop into something special
You’re an adult who wants to squeeze a little more enjoyment out of your rec league games by being able to shoot and hit
This program is a 9-week process for Rapid Skill Acquisition in Shooting.
You will participate with Rick as he teaches and trains 2 separate groups of players. You’ll receive 1 video per week for 9 weeks that will tell and show you exactly what to do every day of the week.
Rick provides instruction and resources throughout the course that will make a significant improvement in your shooting ability.
Are you ready to change YOUR game?99,00 $
King of the Court: 36 Killer Offensive Footwork Drills25,00 $
Footwork is an essential piece of every players game. These 36 Offensive Footwork Drills will help you take your game to another level. This video is the third in our ‘King of the Court’ Series.25,00 $
10 Finishing Drills10,00 $
Here’s the situation: you’re on the move, with the ball, headed to the rim, but you’re not wide open. You need a finishing move and you need the right move for the right situation.
This video identifies 9 finishing moves for 9 situations. We then add a bonus game at the end for 10 outstanding drills that will benefit any player or coach.10,00 $
Better Post Play35,00 $
Better Post Play starts with the fundamentals of playing in the post, then builds to advanced techniques.
Four chapters on scoring in the post.
Two chapters solely on how to get open.
Details the mentality needed to excel on the block.
2 hours, 41 minutes in length.
Bonus sections with Jermaine O’Neal and Tamika Catchings.35,00 $
90-Minute Youth Read & React Practice25,00 $
We know that our Youth Read & React coaches are pressed for practice time. Many of you are lucky to get two 90-minute practice sessions a week with your team, and are trying to figure out how to put in all the Read & React has to offer during that short amount of time.
This video shows how Rick would install Layers 1-6 & 17 with a youth team in one 90-minute practice. He uses demonstrators who are between the ages of 9-12, and establishes the framework for the offense that can easily be built upon in subsequent practices.25,00 $
Coaching U Live Indianapolis 2014 (7 Videos plus Bonus)140,00 $-Current Nike Executive and former long-time college basketball coach discusses a coach’s responsibilities and developing a more productive bench. -Long-time NBA and USA Basketball Assistant to Chuck Daly, Brendan shares seven fundamental philosophies that must be considered at the collegiate and high school level. He also runs through 12 offensive actions that can be used to attack any type of zone defense. -LA Clippers Executive Kevin Eastman details many of his personal philosophies and shares 17 “Hard to Guard” actions that puts any defensive system in a bind and shares many of his “Must Haves” to be successful in coaching and creating a winning culture. -NBA coach Lawrence Frank goes in-depth with his offensive and defensive musts that his teams’ live by. This video also includes his “Play the Game Principles”, what you do after the play is over. Frank also illustrates the coverages and how to defend 8 common offensive actions from former NBA Assistant Brendan Suhr. -Former NBA Head Coach Doug Collins shares an emotional journey through four decades in the game of basketball. This is one you won’t want to miss.140,00 $
Reaction Drills40,00 $
-30 Fundamental Drills from the Read & React System with added explanations and demonstrations.
-15 brand new Double Combo Drills that combine two layers of R&R actions.
-15 brand new Triple Combo Drills that link three or more layers into a game-like flow.
-Bonus section of 5-player Drills.40,00 $
Read & React Tutorials: Post Player Quarterback15,00 $
The theme of this video is how to turn your Post Player into a creator, or the “Quarterback” of your offense. We explore ways to turn your Post Player into the initiator of your team’s scoring opportunities, something usually associated with a Point Guard.15,00 $
60 in 60: Alan Stein’s Favorite Drills50,00 $
Alan Stein has spent the last 15 years working as a professional basketball performance coach and is an internationally renowned expert at improving basketball-specific athleticism.
This video series is a compilation of his favorite drills and exercises that can be done with players of all ages and levels with minimal equipment.
Each category features Alan’s 6 favorite drills to maximize improvement in that area.50,00 $
Bounce Off & Be Clever Workout12,00 $
Whenever a player tries to dribble penetrate and gets stopped or simply doesn’t like what he or she sees, then I train them to Bounce Off, that is, keep your dribble and simply back-out to the perimeter. This came out of Read & React Layer 4 Dribble Penetration Circle Movement, but I didn’t invent it. Many non-Read & React players and coaches use it and call it by the same name.
The Workout consists of two parts: Teaching and Training. During the Teaching portion of the workout, I need you to slow down and work on the technique. Most young players don’t’ want to do this and that’s why they have a limited game. So, during this learning curve, make sure your footwork and balance is correct. If you have someone like a coach or a trainer with you, this would be a good time for them to give you high amounts of feedback. If you have to repeat the same move several times in order to get it right, then do so! I only show 2 reps per move in the teaching section, but most are going to need more than that while learning the moves. Learning how to do it right will keep the officials from blowing the whistle. Learning how to do it right; getting comfortable with your fakes, your change of speeds, and your body language is how you create deception in your game. It’s not always about being FAST! And you can’t always be the quickest, but you can build an element of cleverness into your game.
Good luck. Get Better and Get Clever!12,00 $
Developing the Read & React Player65,00 $
Welcome to “Developing the Read & React Player!”
This is a new series of videos we will be releasing over the next few months that take you through Player Development one layer at a time. We think Read & React players and coaches will love it!
For those players and coaches not running the Read & React, you will still benefit from this course. Here’s why:
The Read & React is a positionless system that teaches players how to play offense as a 5-player coordinated unit without set plays, without patterns, without possession-by-possession instructions from the coach. This means, that it’s probable that as we go through the Read & React, we will cover every basketball action that’s ever been used or ever will be used. We will certainly cover some that should be used that aren’t being used!
So, first I want to make sure that you know where the scoring opportunities are – and second, that you have the skills to convert them.
That’s what this series is all about: Equipping the Read & React player as best we can to take advantage of ALL the scoring opportunities.
Let me explain ONE more way by addressing the coaches: Your Read & React actions may be perfect. You may be a master teacher of the system, but it will only be as effective as each of your individual player’s ability to handle the ball, pass, catch on the move, screen, play off the screen, post up, catch and shoot, drive in any directions from any spot on the floor – just to name a few of the 40+ skills I’ve identified! And just as important as having the skill is knowing WHERE to apply it in the Read & React!
So, the Read & React will teach your players WHAT to do. This series will teach them HOW to do it!
Even in this introduction, I want to you to have a “take-away” – something you can use and apply immediately and something that I’ll reference throughout the series.65,00 $
Emmanuel College Practice35,00 $
During the summer of 2010, we held a few clinics for those coaches already running the Read & React. One of the two major themes was Practice Planning – how to implement the Read & React. So, we decided that Coach TJ Rosene of Emmanuel College (2009 NCCAA National Champions) should simply run a practice.
Coach Rosene never strays far from the Reaction Drills and Reaction Habits that run the Read & React. He incorporates them in everything that he does. If he’s focusing on defense, the offensive component is the Read & React. If he’s working on transition, the transition is going to end in the Read & React. If he’s warming up or just getting in shots, he’s always doing it out of the R&R Reaction Drills.
In doing so, Coach Rosene sends a clear message to his team:
This is how we play. This is what we do. This is who we are.
With this being Coach Rosene’s third season with the Read & React, you’re going to see players who have two years of the R&R under their belt, some with one, and some who are learning it for the first time.
This is a real practice in real time – nothing is staged.35,00 $
Better Passing35,00 $
Breaks down 42 game situations.
Learn how to read your teammates, the defense, and choose the right pass to make.
Contains 13 game hints and passing principles.
Better Passing is 68 minutes in length.
Describes in detail 22 types of passes.
Details 16 fun and effective passing drills.
Mike Bibby demonstrates techniques throughout the video and adds his insights in the video’s final chapter.35,00 $
King of the Court: 31 Killer Warm-Up Drills with a Basketball15,00 $
You should view your warmup as a mini-workout, from a programming and an intensity standpoint. It sets the tone and lays the foundation for every workout, every practice and every game. This video is the second in our ‘King of the Court’ Series, and includes warmup exercises for each of the six basketball movement patterns: Sprinting, Back-pedaling, Defensive Sliding, Pivoting, Jumping, and Lunging.15,00 $
Read & React Tutorials: Training the Decision Box15,00 $
Being able to choose the Next Best Action without the ball has mostly been left to chance. Most of us coaches can recognize a player with a high basketball I.Q. and we’re glad to get them. But how much time do we actually spend, with an organized plan, training everyone on the team to choose a Next Best Action? How much time do we really spend trying to increase our players’ basketball I.Q.?
Ultimately, that’s the purpose of this video. Perhaps a better title might have been: “Training the Players Without the Ball”. However, that would be a bit misleading because you might think that I am talking about Perimeter Players without the ball. My focus is a bit narrower: I’m talking about training those players who are on the move – cutting through the lane – cutting through the Read & React Decision Box.15,00 $
Read & React Tutorials: Using Ball Screens15,00 $
This particular topic grew out of a question that I get in a lot of clinics. It’s usually phrased two ways: 1) Where is the ball screen in the Read & React? or 2) How many ways are there to initiate or use a ball-screen in the Read & React?
In addition to showing all the ways to initiate ball-screens in the Read & React, I’ve also include the basics regarding the offensive execution of a pick & roll:
1. The screener’s angle
2. Which way to roll?
3. The screeners position
4. All of the options depending on how the defense guards the ball screen15,00 $
Elite Handles47,00 $
-Weak Hand: will become your strong hand
-Improve hand eye coordination
-Counter moves to break your defender
-Build a stronger and sharper handle
-Improve your court vision
-Never be afraid to have the ball in your hands again!47,00 $
Read & React Offense: Variations40,00 $
-The Read & React is a framework – the rules and reactions don’t change. But, when you change your emphasis of action, your formation, how you use your post players, or a variety of other things, you get a Variation on the R&R theme. It’s like jazz; the same rules are used throughout, but the songs always come out a bit differently (and keep the defense guessing).
-In 3 hours, 27 minutes, you’ll see 28 Variations that will add some additional dimensions to your Read & React.40,00 $
50-Shot Workouts15,00 $
These workouts cover the 3 ranges of shots: outside the arc, the mid-range, and finishes on the goal. The second goal of the workouts is to get each player to associate certain shots with certain actions of the defender. An example would be if the defender closes out short, then you should shoot and not drive. A third goal can be seen in the shots where the shooter must ignore the presence of the defender and focus on making the shot.15,00 $
Scoring Without the Ball35,00 $
This valuable instructional course taught be Rick Torbett explains techniques to increase your basketball IQ and develop the skills most players don’t have.
Benifits of purchasing this course include a chapter on how to react properly to your teammate’s dribble penetration and bonus sections with perennial All-Star Jason Kidd and Hall-of-Famer Nancy Lieberman.
Get an edge on your competition by mastering this often overlooked skill set!
Scoring Without the Ball is 3 hours, 30 minutes long.35,00 $
Shooting Workouts40,00 $
To transform as a shooter, a player needs high reps, high variety, and high challenge – this DVD shows you how to get all three.
15 specialized shooting workouts to train your way to higher shooting percentages.
Every workout is designed to focus on a specific training purpose: a certain type of shot, footwork methodology, or shot preparation skill.
2 workouts devised for post players (or any player operating in the post): one for back to the basket training and one for training out of the pro stance.40,00 $
Read & React Tutorials: Opportunity Drives15,00 $
The Read & React is the ultimate 2-for-1 offense. While you are working on a direct scoring opportunity, you create indirect scoring opportunities all the time, if your players are looking for it.
This Read & React Tutorial explores the driving opportunities that are inherent in the offense thanks to its spacing, player movement and ball movement. These are situations you can set up in practice and turn into drills.15,00 $
Zone Offense40,00 $
“The more Read & React teams join the Tribe, the more our opponents are forced to play zone defenses. My original ‘Zone Attack’ showed how the Read & React CAN beat zone defenses with minimum adjustments. With ZONE OFFENSE, I set out to show how the Read & React System can be uniquely customized by any coach to take advantage of the strengths of their players and hide their weaknesses when attacking zones. ZONE OFFENSE is the User Manual to guide coaches in the art of ‘Tweaking’ the controls of the Read & React to beat any zone!”40,00 $
First Day of Practice67,00 $
WHAT’S IN THIS 82 minute TITLE?
1. This is how I would run the First Day of Practice for any level team. The video shows me taking a high school boys team through this “First Day of Practice.” This is not staged. The team had never met me prior to this video, so you will see the good, the bad, and the ugly.
2. There is a simple, half-page, written plan on the video. However, what you teach and what you get accomplished in practice is not always about WHAT you teach, but HOW you teach it. That’s why there’s 82 minutes of video.
3. If you have ever struggled with how to get your season started, this video will not only solve your problem, but it will give you a head start on your competition.
4. Are you a new coach? This video will take you STEP-BY-STEP through your first practice – whether you’re a youth, high school, or college coach! Simply do what I do. You don’t have to innovate!
5. Are you still figuring out your coaching philosophy? This video will give you a Foundation and the Direction that you need.
6. Do you have TIME LIMITATIONS? Do you only have a few practices before your first game? After this practice, you’ll be as ready to play as you can be after only one day of practice! No one wants to play after only one day of practice, but if I had to, I would be comfortable after THIS practice!
7. Are you a READ & REACT Coach? This is DEFINITELY the way you should begin implementing the READ & REACT OFFENSE – regardless of what level you coach!
8. Don’t know anything about the Read & React Offense? This practice will give you a really good idea of what’s contained in the full Read & React Offense.
9. Don’t have any intention of running the Read & React? That’s OK! This practice is designed for you as well!
10. Do you have coaches in your organization that need help with Practice Planning? This practice will start all of your coaches on the same page!
WHAT YOU AND YOUR TEAM WILL HAVE AFTER THE FIRST DAY OF PRACTICE:
• A grasp of the big picture of basketball
• An offense that can counter pressure and includes screens
• The only Shell Defensive Drill you’ll ever need
• Out of Bounds from anywhere
• Full Court Transition
• Early Offense without “Setting Up”
• The ability to break presses
• An “End Game” to keep the lead and counter pressure
• A means to train your weakest team against your strongest team
• The ability to test it all with “Live” Scrimmage
If you are interested in continuing with the READ & REACT OFFENSE, it can be purchased from our CoachTube library. In your Second Day of Practice, you’ll be able to pick up exactly where we left off with The First Day of Practice!67,00 $
King of the Court: 16 Killer 1-on-1 Games30,00 $
Recently, we teamed up to share some ideas about the benefits of playing 1-on-1 basketball and came up with two great warm-up drills and sixteen 1-on-1 games that you can play with a partner in a gym, at the park, or in your driveway.30,00 $
2 Player Read & Read Workout20,00 $
There are two halves of the Read & React that make it the unique system that it is. The first half of the Read & React takes all decision-making away from players without the ball and makes them pure reactors to the ball-handler – one predetermined reaction to every action that the ball can take. That makes the ball-handler the sole decision-maker: one leader with 4 followers. And that’s what this workout is all about.
Making decisions with the ball AND knowing exactly how to react to the ball, essentially means you know exactly when to lead and exactly when to follow. And that knowledge is not only essential to the Read & React, it’s also an essential ingredient to playing Better Basketball.20,00 $
Randi Peterson: 1-on-1 to 2-on-2 Progression Drills10,00 $
Another in the series of Player Development videos we filmed with Coach Randi Peterson. In this video, Coach Peterson takes you through her progression of drills from 1-on-1 to 2-on-2.10,00 $
Better 1 on 1 Offense35,00 $
Details all the tools needed to build a perimeter scoring repertoire.
Integrates footage from the highest levels of international professional basketball – see the skills in live game situations.
3 hours and 44 minutes.
Bonus sections with Chauncey Billups, Sue Bird, and Hall-of-Famer Rick Barry.
Learn to read your defender and react appropriately.
A chapter on maximizing your quickness potential.35,00 $
Better Free Throws25,00 $
Develop your entire FT progression; from shooting mechanics to mental preparation.
A chapter dedicated to those FT drills that will burn the techniques into your game.
1 hour, 42 minutes.
Hall of Famer Rick Barry teaches his underhanded FT technique on the court with a young player.
Build an effective ritual to keep you calm and confident at the line.
Pro European footage illustrates techniques and FT situations in live games.25,00 $
Read & React Offense: Quick Hitters40,00 $
-Contains 35 base R&R Entries, plus tons of options from those entries. When all is said and done, with the options, you’ll have 110 Quick Hitter Entries.
-Of those 110, there’s at least 30 Entries for every formation – 5 OUT, 4 OUT, 3 OUT so no matter what your formation preference, you’ll have plenty of options.
-Plus, there’s 17 Baseline In Bounds Quick Hitters.40,00 $
Bounce Off & Be Clever Workout12,00 $
The Workout consists of two parts: Teaching and Training. During the Teaching portion of the workout, I need you to slow down and work on the technique. Most young players don’t’ want to do this and that’s why they have a limited game. So, during this learning curve, make sure your footwork and balance is correct. If you have someone like a coach or a trainer with you, this would be a good time for them to give you high amounts of feedback. If you have to repeat the same move several times in order to get it right, then do so! I only show 2 reps per move in the teaching section, but most are going to need more than that while learning the moves. Learning how to do it right will keep the officials from blowing the whistle. Learning how to do it right; getting comfortable with your fakes, your change of speeds, and your body language is how you create deception in your game. It’s not always about being FAST! And you can’t always be the quickest, but you can build an element of cleverness into your game.12,00 $