Monday, April 29, 2013

Make and Maintain a Training Log

A training log is basically a list of drills you want to do and you “log” or write how often you do those drills. The log will get you in the habit of doing drills every week and before you know it, you will be doing the drills without even thinking about the log. But, still check them off to chart the progress.


If you’re new to basketball, it may be hard to remember all of the ball handling or conditioning drills you are learning. So a log will help you remember all the drills. Also, if you are not a disciplined player, a training log may give you the extra motivation to get drills done. Make a chart with the drills you want to get done for every day of the week, and leave empty boxes so you can check it off when you do them. You can make a chart by hand, but doing it on the computer will allow you to just print a new one every week. If you don’t know how to make a chart on the computer then ask someone older who does.

Mix it up a little and do different drills on different days. For example, ball handling drills Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and dribbling exercises Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. If you are looking for more drills to do, check these out:



To learn more drills attend a summer basketball camps today!

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