Anonymous
Anonymous asked in SportsBasketball · 9 years ago

Basketball Training Program?

So here it is

Daily Planner

4:00am – 4:10am Prep

4:10am – 5:10am Tennis/Soccer/Skateboarding

5:10am – 6:10am Basketball (Dribbling Moves + Layups - 100, Free Throws - 100, Passing - 100)

6:10am – 6:20am Shower

6:20am – 7:00am Cooking

7:00am – 4:00pm School/Work

4:00pm – 4:10pm Prep

4:10pm – 5:10pm Basketball (Shooting – 150 Close, 100 Medium, 50 Long)

5:10pm – 6:10pm Weights

6:10pm – 6:20pm Shower

6:20pm – 7:00pm Cooking

7:00pm – 8:00pm Study

Weights

Upper Body – Wrist Curls, Bicep Curls, Tricep Extensions, Bench press, Military press, dumbbell Jacknife

Lower Body – Squats, Lunges, Calf Raises, Bent over Row, Deadlift, Dumbbell Jack-knife

6 Sets, 2 RM, 5mins Rest between Sets

Monday – Bicep Curls, Tricep Extensions

Tuesday – Squats, Calf Raises

Wednesday – Wrist Curls, Dumbbell Jack-knife

Thursday – Bent over Row, Deadlift

Friday – Bench Press, Military Press

Saturday – Lunges, Dumbbell Jacknife

I was wondering whether I should get rid of the tennis/skateboarding and soccer in the morning and put in like a conditioning circuit where I do pushups,situps, skipping etc. Also whether you agree this is a good program and if theres anywhere I could improve it.

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  • Lee
    Lv 4
    9 years ago
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    You are not doing your study more? 1 hr? To be a good basketball player also need a good academic results, not only a great shape. Also, your body need rest or else you get injured easily and basketball is history for you.

    Good luck!

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