Every Professional Player needs, after a long season, time to recover. Is as important as the Pre-Season. The body needs to recover and calm down. For that reason, Marcelo Lopez Will explain you how to recover on that phase of the year. Professional / Amateur? Everybody needs calm after a hard season.
Almost 11% of the total of the game is finished through post-up play. The post-up has a low percentage efficiency overall with the ball man. But, there is a huge difference between ball man and when the post pass the ball out. It only represents the 25% of the total amount of low post actions. The spacing and the setting of the spots when the ball goes inside is the key either to make a good 1on1 or to receive with advantage from there. We have to give to our players resources to develop better the situation when the ball goes inside and the defense prepare something against it. In this course, we’ll analyse all of them with detail.
The pass is one of the most important factors that make a player better, but coaches usually neither develop this skill properly nor invest the amount of time necessary to do it. Good passers make the team game better and gives the meaning to our style as a team. Passing makes our teammates better. So, coaches has to teach how to pass the ball in any basketball situation and this is the main goal of the course. We’ll select five more important passes in the current game in any level, from youth teams till professional ones and we develop themselves to be a better passer
In this course we will be able to see how a high level player recovers after a game. With real examples of former NBA players. This process is explained from Basketball but can be applied to any sport.
We have a lot of concepts and skills to work with our players, but the coaches have to summary which are the fundamentals of the technical details to improve them. So, we cannot base our work in the big amount of details, but we have to force our players to think about how to correct the basic things that improve all of them at the same time. We have to find the main principles of this fundamentals. In this course, we’ll deep one of the basics of any basketball fundamental: the body balance.
We have a lot of concepts and skills to work with our players, but the coaches have to summary which are the fundamentals of the technical details to improve them. So, we cannot base our work in the big amount of details, but we have to force our players to think about how to correct the basic things that improve all of them at the same time. We have to find the main principles of this fundamentals. In this 2nd part of the course, we’ll deep about how to read and from this point how to select the best action in any situation. The decision making of the players and the game knowledge will make them to play in the highest level.
Los SISTEMAS DE FONDO representan el 6% del total del juego de los equipos en Euroleague. Tienen un rendimiento mucho menor que los sistemas de ataque posicional. Por tanto, es tan importante desarrollar bien los sistemas de fondo para mejorar el rendimiento global del equipo dando un salto de calidad en estos. En este curso analizaremos las tendencias de los conceptos que usan los equipos de EUROLEAGUE en los fondos y veremos cuales son los detalles más importantes a aplicar en los sistemas para mejorarlos.
Sobre el 20% de los sistemas finalizan en los últimos 4 segundos de posesión. Es en esta franja de tiempo dónde se encuentra el peor rendimiento de todas las situaciones que se producen en un partido. Por tanto, es importante no correr sistemas para forzar llegar al final de la posesión, pero, al mismo tiempo, intentar correr SISTEMAS RÁPIDOS para encontrar opciones desde el principio de la posesión y poder aprovechar todo el tiempo que la posesión da a la ofensiva. En este curso analizaremos las tendencias de los conceptos que usan los equipos de EUROLEAGUE en los sistemas de ejecución rápida y veremos cuales son los detalles más importantes a aplicar en los sistemas para mejorarlos.
Marcelo Lopez "Is a natural or acquired aptitude for something. It depends on the individual capacity, the motivation of the subject and the social environment"
We will try to address from all visions, the concept of the technique applied to the world of Sports and their relation to the High physical performance.
It’s important to note that this is a very advanced training topic that takes time to fully understand and grasp. Before you can begin to apply triphasic concepts in your workouts, there needs to be an understanding of how triphasic training breaks down dynamic movements into the three muscle actions. 3 Phases: Eccentric, Isometric and Concentric