Basketball Conditioning Drills Basketball Conditioning Jumping Rope
Hi there. This next pro drill is called jumproping and there's five variations that I like to do, personally, as a pro basketballplayer. Jumping rope gives you a great agility. Many sports use the jump rope, it just helpsyou with hand and eye coordination and timing. Basically, it's a great conditioning drill.So the first variation that we're going to do is regular jumping. Just get a rhythm andconcentrate and mentally think about the turns of the rope, and before you know it, you'rejumping rope. Here we go. That is regular jump roping. Again, hand eyecoordination, timing, rhythm, it helps get your calf muscles strong, your ankles strong.Again, the timing is awesome. If you become
a great jump roper then you'll have good timingon the court. Jumping rope. Pro conditioning drill.
Basketball Conditioning Drills Basketball Conditioning Jumping Rope Backwards
This is variation number five of jumping rope.Basically, what we're going to do is we're going to go backwards in the same way thatwe go forwards, but in a relaxed motion. You're just trying to get a rhythm. This one is,again, a little more difficult. But, at the Pro level difficulty is what you want. Herewe go. (demo) And, it's important, regather yourself and get a rhythm. (demo) And thatis backwards jump roping Pro conditioning drills.