How to Choose basketball coaching equipment

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Step 1

Every coach needs a reliable clipboard that will serve him/her well in the heat of battle. Having to ability to communicate with your players at a crucial moment during the game can be the difference in winning or losing. Unfortunately many coaches boards are known to fade or chip over time, but champion is known for making quality products that will last for years and years. The champion coaches board comes with a dry-erase marker so that you will have everything you need to start drawing up plays and executing key maneuvers.

Step 2

Disc cones are extremely helpful for setting up a variety of fitness and basketball drills. You can use them to design ball handling drills, shooting drills, quickness and agility drills and defensive drills. Their flat shape gives them the flexibility and toughness not to get in the way, but they also clearly mark out the desired path. A set of these cones is a must have for every coach.

Step 3

Poly spot markers are great to use for shooting drills, but also can be applied in a variety of other ways. The markers make great designators for shooting drills, so that the player knows the spot they need to run to on the floor. These are a great tool that can be used in a variety of ways both in team practice and in individual workouts.

Step 4

Lastly, have fun and be creative in order to make the most out of this line of coaching equipment!

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