This performance-level shooting drill is designed to help keep your shooting percentage high -- the mission is to avoid missing two shots in a row.
This two-minute passing drill helps players with touch and feel and can be a great way to get players firing on all cylinders before practice starts.
Here are some more advanced-level warmups that have you in a stationary position with ball in hand.
As part of the next step in building self-confidence, it helps to create a mission statement or mantra that you should tell yourself constantly.
This performance-level drill helps players get comfortable with the differences between offensive and defensive rebounding.
This drill starts with a 3-on-4 and helps build the communication between defenders.
Self-confidence can help raise your talent level, but talent cannot make up for a lack of self-confidence. Current University of Texas head coach Shaka Smart talks about how confidence helped his team at Virginia Commonwealth get to the Final Four.
This is a great drill that works for catch-and-shoot mid-range shots as well as one-dribble pull-ups from the top of the key.
Your warmup lays the foundation for every workout, every practice and every game. Here are some of our favorite stationary warmup exercises.