Drilling vs Teaching For Beginner Basketball Coaches

In this video Coach Rowe explains the core implications of drilling vs teaching in basketball and hence the need to share this insight with you.

As a basketball coaching educator Coach Rowe offers 3 core tips on how to ensure your drills become teachings, after all, he says, good coaching is teaching.

Here is the video…

SUBSCRIBE to our channel for more coaching advice!

Starting out coaching can always be a challenge.

In this episode Coach Rowe shares the biggest mistake he believes new coaches make.

He also discusses the importance of developing a critical eye, points of emphasis and building repetitive movements.

Coach Craig Rowe has over 30 years coaching as well as 20+ years playing experience and shares many of the things he feels beginner coaches should know to help them hit the ground running.

The Coach Approach helps beginner coaches and teachers by providing tips and tools to help you help your athletes.


0:00 Coach Craig Rowe’s Introduction
1:38 The Biggest Mistake
2:53 What Separates Teaching
3:00 The Critical Eye
4:30 Feedback is Important during training
5:10 Points of Emphasis
6:00 Build Muscel Memory
7:30 Drilling vs Teaching – Understand The Difference
7:40 OzSwoosh on clubhouse

Want To Support What We Do?

Feel free to become a fan and get to know us better by subscribing to the channel.

We are happy you are here and any support is appreciated. Ultimately our goal is to help you, help others.

You can also support the channel by purchasing apparel or merchandise at https://www.ozswoosh.com/shop proceeds help fund our programs and channel. Thanks.


NOTE:- All videos are Copyright Craig Rowe (OzSwoosh) © 2021. All Rights Reserved.

Disclaimer: Basketball, like many sports, may result in serious injury or even death. Drills and ideas contained in OzSwoosh videos are demonstrations only. Coaches and players re-enacting the drills, or following advice, do so at their own risk. Also, children should always play under the supervision of a responsible adult.

#coaching #education #basketball

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *