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Tennis Skills: The Serve

The Serve is the most important shot in tennis because it is the only time a player gets to put the ball in play yourself without interference. The key is rhythm and practice.

The Speed Series: Part Two

More practice drills to teach athletes how to improve performance and decrease the risk of injury. A one-step, then two-step, then finally a triple-step drill really works on speed and strength.

Basketball Shot Fakes

Body stays low, ball goes high and show the defender your elbow. Try to get defense up and out of their stance. (Basketball drills and fundamentals)

Loose Ball Drill

This is another once per week drill using the full court with your basketball players going 1 v 1, 2 v 2 and 4 v 4.


Coaching Soccer: Moving the Soccer Ball

The soccer ball will move faster than any human being can ever move. Knowing that, Coach discusses the strategy of angles and passing when moving the soccer ball down the field. But, don't forget the importance of the Goal Keeper during the field work!

Hitting Drills

The theory is out there, but hitting drills put the theory into practice. Here's some great drills that you can use to build your hitters in to power house bats.

Tennis Skills: The Overhead

Your Net Game is only as strong as your Overhead. The Overhead can be slightly complicated, but in this video Coach breaks it down into five steps and demonstrates the critical motions for a successful Overhead.

The Speed Series: Part Three

This video starts with a cone drill, commonly known as Lean, Fall, and Run, but with variation to more effectively focus on stopping safely when at the peek of speed. Working for linear and lateral speed, Coach throws in some starting variations for skill development.


The key to basketball. Change levels, body protects the ball, be strong and tough against the defense. (Basketball drills and fundamentals)

reading blocks

The drill continues with the linemen learning to anticipate the type of block they will probably get, then read the block that occurs then react to the block to pursue the ball carrier. Again, this video series is FULL of great information and you'll want to rewind and take notes as you watch.

Coaching Soccer: Pre-game and Game Strategy

Coach gives us the blow-by-blow of his pre-game routine in this segment. From dressing "smart" to promote the game to the pre-game warm-up, the focus is on competition.

Tennis Skills: The Volley

In Tennis, the Volley is the only shot that is not a stroke. The Volley is a punch - hit the ball in the air before the bounce. Coach covers the Volley from the Grip to the Ready Position to the Follow Through.

Body Weight Circuit

The number one predictor of speed in any athlete is strength to body weight ratio. In this video, Coach works the Body Weight Circuit. The goal is to train athletes to be more dynamic and more athletic, which means managing their strength to body weight ratio. Then it's the big finish....Squat Jumps!

Basketball Drills - Dribbling

This series of basketball drills helps demonstrate the proper fundamentals of how to dribble the ball. They will learn how to keep their head up, use their whole arm and be strong with the ball (Basketball drills and fundamentals)

The Mental Side

The mentality of the game is the edge that you're all looking for and you've got to teach your team to turn their own mistakes into victories.

Coaching Soccer: Staffing the Field

Certain rules in soccer dictate some of the staffing choices a coach can make. Strategically using these rules for effective staffing is one of the skills a soccer coach has to have. Here, Coach Ray offers his strategy for staffing the field. Coach also talks about post-game debriefing and structuring practice around the "weaknesses" identified during the game.

Tennis Drills: Movement on the Court

These competitive Tennis Drills help players learn how to hit the ball while on the move. Coach uses an Open Stance Top Spin Forehand to get his player working the court. Forehand. Forehand. Inside. Out and Run it down. Cross court. Recover...and repeat!

Basketball Drills - Dribbling (Part II)

Coach LItalien uses the full court for speed dribble, change of pace dribble and the all important control dribble. (Basketball drills and fundamentals)

Hand Placement

Coach shows players where to place their hands when getting past blockers (DEFENSIVE LINEMEN).

Coaching Soccer: Developing Skills at the Youth League Level

What do young players need to focus on to develop into higher level athletes? Fitness is huge. At the collegiate level, a player may run 5 to 10 miles in one game. Touch on the ball and overall awareness on the field are also essential. This segment covers the what's and why's of preparing for collegiate play.

Tennis Drills: The Recovery

In Tennis, you can't make a shot and stand to admire it, you have to Recover and prepare for the next shot. The Four Ball Drill and Passing Shot Drill work on making the hit and then recovering for the next shot.

Cross Over Dribble

The key to the crossover is the other hand. Also learn the inside out dribble, a great counter dribble move for the crossover dribble. (Basketball drills and fundamentals)

Hip-Power Drill

This is a football drill that will help your defensive linemen get off the line quickly with the most power (DEFENSIVE LINEMEN).

Tennis Skills: The Backhand

The Backhand this day and age has gone to a Two-Handed Backhand, so players need to get the grip down first. Grip, Preparation, Step, Point of Contact, and Follow Through - the steps to a effective Backhand.

Basketball Drill - Line Dribbling

Put all the different dribbles together into one simple dribbling drill. (Basketball drills and fundamentals)

Developing Handwork

Your defensive linemen have to use their hands, and here Coach Harmon works with hand speed and how to take on a run block (DEFENSIVE LINEMEN).

Tennis Drills: The Forehand

Here are some Tennis Drills for two types of Forehands: The Eastern Forehand and the Top Spin Forehand. The first is "nice and steady through the ball." The second is jazzed up a bit - a loop back swing.

Basketball Drills - Form Shooting (Part I + II)

Coach LItalien demonstrates specific basketball drills to isolate the shooting hand, elbow and upper body in order to get the proper back spin on the ball. (Basketball drills and fundamentals)

Pass Rushing

Agressive and determined, we show the "Rip Technique" combined with an "arm over" move to put the QB on the ground before the football is in the air (DEFENSIVE LINEMEN).

Tennis Skills: The Forehand

Coach demonstrates two ways to attack the Forehand: The Eastern Forehand Grip and the Semi-Western Grip. Beginning in the "Ready" position with attention to body and racquet position, Coach walks us through tracking the tennis ball, footwork, the Point of Contact, and Recovery.

Basketball Drills - Form Shooting (Part III)

The next progression is to move the players in close to the hoop to incorporate proper foot positioning and using their legs while shooting. (Basketball drills and fundamentals)

Basketball Shooting Skills - Screens

In this basketball segment Coach takes players through screen drills. Though this is an individual skills drill, Coach incorporates good communication for a successful play. The video concludes with work on the flare drill. The movement never stops for these athletes!

Counter Moves

In this football video segment, athletes learn how to use a rip counter move and a counter move for the arm-over technique (DEFENSIVE LINEMEN).

Tennis Skills: Cross-Court Strategy

Here's another option for scoring: the Cross Court Strategy. Rip the Top Spin Cross Court and then come in. Works all the time!

Basketball Drills- Form Shooting (Part IV)

Put all 3 parts together while adding the proper step into the shot and work around the perimeter about 10-12 feet from the basket. (Basketball drills and fundamentals)

Hoops Drill and Pop-Up Dummy Drills

These football drills help with angling in towards the QB and the hand work defensive linemen must use to get to the QB (DEFENSIVE LINEMEN).

Coaching Soccer Fundamentals: Goal Keeping Skills - The Grip

In this segment, Goal Keepers learn the proper way to grip the soccer ball when receiving. Using a "W" and "Reverse W" grip, Coach demonstrates the proper techniques for receiving the ball, including using the ground as a "third hand" and proper diving skills to prevent injury and loss of the soccer ball.

Tennis Drills: The Serve

The best way to practice your Tennis serve is to serve to a particular area of the court. Keep in mind the stretch and the snap while serving. These drills work on the skills while adding an aspect of fun to your players' workout.

Range Drill

This basketball drill starts players in close and targets their shooting range. (Basketball drills and fundamentals)

Inside Club Move

If nothing else, you've got to like the name if you are a defensive guy! Coach demonstrates how the inside club move is performed...which also helps with quick hands (DEFENSIVE LINEMEN).

Coaching Soccer Fundamentals: Goal Keeping Skills - Deflection and Punching

The Goal Keeper may not always have time to catch the ball. Often he will need to deflect or punch the ball to prevent the goal. In this video, players learn the proper way to punch or deflect the ball based on the approach and the position of teammates on the field.

Tennis Drills: Game Strategy

Continuing with short ball drills to set the point, these drills will have players working the court all the way to the net. But, there's more than one way to get the point, and Coach Mason shows you just what those strategies are.

Elbow to Elbow

Partner up and learn how to catch a pass, turn on inside foot and shot an elbow jumper. (Basketball drills and fundamentals)

Preparation For Pass Rushing

Here is a football drill that helps the defensive linemen prepare for what they'll see while puttng the pressure on the QB (DEFENSIVE LINEMEN).

Coaching Soccer Fundamentals: Goal Keeping Skills - Keeping the Eyes on the Soccer Ball

When the soccer ball is in the Goal Keeper's third of the field, the Goal Keeper is responsible for directing the action. Keeping the eyes on the ball and communicating the field action to teammates is essential for success. Coach also discusses "communication shortcuts" to use to keep your team on the same page during play.

3 Men and 2 Balls

Create confusion for the players and get heavy on the shots with this basketball shooting drill. (Basketball drills and fundamentals)

Basic 4-3 Alignment

This segment covers the numbering of holes in the offensive line and how basic stunts are performed (DEFENSIVE LINEMEN).

Coaching Soccer Fundamentals: Goal Keeping Skills - Footwork

Good footwork will help the Goal Keeper get to the soccer ball faster with the hope of securing the ball rather than deflecting it. Deflection saves the goal, but securing the ball keeps your team in control. Coach discusses proper footwork and demonstrates the "Kamikaze" footwork drill.

Bottom Hand Drill

This drill isolates the hitterÂ’s bottom hand and helps the hitter learn to use the bottom hand to get more power through the ball.