The 2-3 Flip-Flop Zone Defense
with Andy Landers, University of Georgia Head Women's Basketball Coach; distinguished member of the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame (2007); 4x National Coach of the Year
For the first time anywhere, legendary University of Georgia Head Women's Basketball Coach Andy Landers shows how to increase ball pressure and prevent the ball from getting into the paint with his twist on the 2-3 zone defense. The key to this defense is the "flip-flop" rotations that allow interchangeable players to cover multiple spots on the floor.
54 minutes. 2014.
Essential Components for a Successful Offense: Cutting, Spacing and Fakes
with Melanie Balcomb, Vanderbilt University Head Coach; Most winning women's basketball coach in Vanderbilt history; over 400 career wins; 3x SEC Tournament Champions; 12 straight NCAA Tournament appearances at Vanderbilt (2003-14)
Coach Balcomb shares the finer points of offensive concepts that every successful team must master. She teaches players how to play and coaches how to instruct their players in movements and actions, not patterns. With the Finer Points of Offense, you'll develop players who attack more freely, more effectively and as a team.
54 minutes. 2014.
Maximizing the Shell Drill for Defensive Success
with Bob Starkey, Texas A & M University Assistant Coach; former coach at LSU; back-to-back Final Four appearances as acting Head Coach at LSU
Using on-court demonstrations, Legendary LSU Assistant Coach Bob Starkey shows you how to use the shell drill to teach the basics of your defensive philosophy as well as how to defend certain movements and actions, and adjust offensive tendencies so you can use it to scout opponents.
38 minutes. 2014.
Competitive Rebounding, Defense & Transition Drills
with Holly Warlick, University of Tennessee Head Women's Basketball Coach; distinguished member of the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame (2001); WBCA Maggie Dixon Rookie Coach of the Year Award (2013); 3x All-American point guard at Tennessee
Using on-court demonstrations, Holly Warlick shows you how she gets her SEC championship teams at Tennessee to play tough defense and dominate the boards to spark their transition game. Coach Warlick shares the competitive drills that she uses daily in her Volunteer program to build a rebounding and defensive mentality.
44 minutes. 2014.
Harry Perretta's Unscoutable Zone Offense, Volume 2
with Harry Perretta, Villanova University Women's Basketball Coach; over 670 career wins
In this on-court demonstration, Coach Perretta takes you through a conceptual offense that defines roles for your players and allows your team to exploit gaps within any zone defense. Drawing on 30-plus years of experience, Coach Peretta has evolved a continuity zone offense based on patterns and predictability into an unpredictable, concept-based offense. Your players will learn how to play the game of basketball instead of memorizing plays and patterns.
60 minutes. 2014.
20 Quick Hitters for Scoring Against Man or Zone
with Jeff Walz, University of Louisville Head Coach; 2x national runner-up (2009, 2013); 2009 Big East regular season and tournament runner-up
Louisville Head Coach Jeff Walz shares 20 quick-hitting plays that have helped make his teams a perennial national title contender. This collection of plays gives you scoring opportunities at crunch times against man-to-man or zone defenses. Also thrown in the mix is a full-court, end-of-game situation with multiple scoring options.
52 minutes. 2014.
Movement Training for Building Explosive Basketball Players
with Jackie Ansley, CEO, Owner and Performance Coach of Performance Training Inc.; WNBA Strength Coach for Atlanta Dream, Washington Mystics, Detroit Shock; has trained over 130 professional basketball players
WNBA Strength Coach Jackie Ansley helps you develop the athleticism of your players in a presentation packed with strategies from her own experience. You'll learn basketball-specific drills that can be performed on a court to train the athletic movements behind multiple facets of the game. Develop a program that can improve the athleticism of players without the need for regular access to a weight room.
42 minutes. 2015.