· Basketball Push-ups- A strong upper body is important in just about every sport, including basketball. By using a basketball as an unstable surface, you can kick up the intensity of the traditional push-up and give your core a whole new challenge.
· The TripleThreat- Take a look at any basketball player and you'll see that the muscles of their legs and arms are extremely well conditioned to meet the demands of the sport. Performing this combination of a squat, overhead press and calf raise will help you strengthen everything from your ankles to your shoulders.
· Classic Cone Dribbling- Speed, endurance, agility and coordination are essential skills, both on and off the court. Cone dribbling is a classic basketball drill that can help give you a new reason to take your workouts outdoors.
· Side Steps- Just as speed is needed for basketball, the ability to quickly stop and change direction is also important.
· Torso Rotation- In addition to looking cool on the court, no-look, cross court, and behind-the-back passes all involve some sort of rotation. This exercise works to increase the strength and range of motion of your torso.
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