In this video Coach Craig Rowe explains the traditional method behind posting up back to the basket to execute a post up turn and shoot move.
Here is the video…
OzSwoosh athlete Aaron helps demonstrate some basic baseline post up moves as part of OzSwoosh Coaching Basketball Fundamentals playlist on YouTube.
Coach Craig discusses the method of landing on the catch, squaring up or forward pivoting and then shooting the ball in the post.
This is traditional teaching of how to post up back to the basket in basketball and executing a turn and shoot move.
How To Post Up Turn And Shoot…
Basketball Skill Acquisition
Posting Up, Mid Post Position, Forward Pivot Footwork, Show and Go, Catching on the Hop, Target Hands, Entry Pass, Fakes, Turn and Shoot.
Basketball Drill Purpose
To help lay the foundational basketball footwork and dexterity required for a for posting up with your back to the basket in basketball. Working on squaring up and shooting the ball using the forward pivot.
Basketball Equipment Needed
Basketball Backboard and Ring.
Lined Keyway with block and hash marks
How To Do The Skill
Free Basketball Coaching Resource Library
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