Basketball Agility Drills. In most sports athletic skills that are praised include reaction speed, hand eye coordination, and agility. Late stage rehab for athletes should not only be physical strengthening and conditioning, but also brain conditioning. Brain training with sport specific reaction, hand-eye coordination, and agility drills is a great way to help athletes get back into the game.
In the plyometric phase of the dynamic basketball prehab warm up, we will focus on introducing dynamic knee stability, a hip strategy, and how to improve active shock absorption during the landing phase of jumping. We will go through two jumping drills, including single leg jump to double leg landing, and single leg hop to single leg landing.
6 Essential Basketball Agility Drills. 1. Shuffling Scoop – This exercise focuses on having a wide stance and staying low to the ground. It puts you in a great athletic position for quickly moving laterally. By keeping your chest up and heels apart, your lateral agility will improve with practice.
Transitioning to plyometrics and sports-specific training after ACL surgery requires proper knee mechanics and good strength. Website: https://www.S...
1-on-1 drills with teammate on offense and defense o Practice with team Step 1: Begin walk-throughs on offense and defense Step 2: Warm up, drills, running, practice, no scrimmage Step 3: Full practice including team scrimmage at end of practice Phase 4 – Progression to practice (Contact)
Early basketball shoulder instability rehab is going to be very similar to your traditional early shoulder stabilization rehab protocols. The focus is on CKC exercises. The focus is on CKC exercises. Wall slides – Place theraband around the wrist and spread the wrist apart while keeping the elbows tucked in to increase theraband tension.
Rehab Phase 1 (Weeks 1-4) Monday and Thursday (Push) Rest 45 to 90 seconds between sets. Med Ball Dribble Series: 2×20 seconds each. Bench Press: 1×12,10,10,8. 3-Level DB Bench: 3×6-8 each ...
specifically for basketball athletes (partic-ularly males) following ACL reconstruc-tion. The goal of this article is to address the current deficiency of the rehabilita-tion literature by providing a framework of functional drills and return-to-play criteria specific to the basketball athlete (high school to elite level) recovering