How to: Get in Shape for Basketball FAST!! (Basketball Conditioning Drills)

How to: Get in Shape for Basketball FAST!! (Basketball Conditioning Drills)

In this video we’ll go over how to get in shape for basketball and how to become more conditioned for basketball. These basketball conditioning drills will allow you to increase your stamina and endurance on the basketball court so that you can outlast your opponents.

Conditioning is very commonly overlooked by most basketball players but if you increase your conditioning using these drills you will become a more consistent basketball player. Try these drills out and add them to your basketball training today!

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– 4 year starter in the NCAA (UC Irvine), 125 career starts, 3 years as Captain
– Set a UCI freshman single-season record with 144 assists
– Named Big West Conference Freshman of the Year
– Ranked No. 16 in the nation in assist-to-turnover ratio (3.26)
– Won Two Big West regular-season titles with UCI and the program’s only conference NCAA tournament crown

Inside of today’s video we’ll go over how to get in shape for basketball fast! This will help you to become more conditioned for basketball games and practices. Add these drills to your basketball training today to score more points and outlast your opponents!

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“DISCLAIMER – There are risks associated with intense exercise. Not everyone is suited for intense exercise or weight bearing exercises. You should consult your physician first in order to ensure that you are prepared to undergo an intense and demanding exercise regime. Individuals with heart conditions or previous or current injuries should be especially cautious. THINCPRO Basketball is not responsible for injury. Every effort has been made to accurately represent the potential of this training. Results are not typical, and only represent athletes who worked very hard. Of course, no guarantee can be made for every single athlete.”