How to Choose a Basketball Dribbling DVD
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Dribbling, ball handling, and court vision are the most important characteristics to becoming an effective and dominant point guard. But in order to have gain comprehensive court vision and to become the "floor general", your dribbling skills need to be top notch. The ability to find the open player and make the correct decision, hinges on your ability to dribble the ball effectively.
The two DVD's listed above are produced by two of the most well-known and respected basketball instructors in the game today. Gannon Baker is known worldwide for his innovative training and development techniques and his passion for teaching players the fundamentals of the game. Kevin Sutton is a long time coach and has worked with some of the top talent to ever play the game of basketball.
Kevin Sutton's DVD gives you a laundry list of drills that will help you become the best dribbler and point guard you can be. The drills will make you a better ball handler, they will improve you vision and timing, and you will learn some tricks of the trade that you can't find anywhere else. Sutton's experience and know-how are on full display in the way that he sets up the drills and in how he tries to make you the best player you can be.
Gannon Baker is one of the most respected training gurus in the game of basketball today. A former college player he has developed unique strategies and drills that you can't find anywhere else. He has spent thousands of hours training basketball players of all levels and abilities, and he has compiled some of his most effective training tools that will improve your dribbling and driving skills.
Both of these DVD's are presented at reasonable prices and are worth every penny you spend on them. Even if you are not a "point guard", you can learn and benefit from what each of these instructional videos has to offer.
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Difficulties people often experience or parts that need special attention to do it right.
Some of the drills presented in the videos are for more advances players, so don't get discouraged if you can't do all of the drills right away. Start with the ones you can handle and gradually work your way to the ones that are more difficult. Make sure to gradually increase the speed and intensity with which you perform the drills so that you can get the most out of it!
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|Kevin Sutton||30 Drills for Building a Complete Guard||$39.99|
|Gannon Baker||A Point Guard Workout Vol 1 - Dribbling and Driving||$29.99|
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I have been working on my dribbling skills since I could hold a basketball. As I got older I began to look for more advanced workouts that would push my abilities and allow me to become the best ball handler I could be.