Dynamic Warmup & Movement Exercises

Exercises from the Playmakers Basketball Development League and The 21st Century Basketball Practice.

I would call the below a crossover run, rather than a lateral shuffle:

Runioca is the first 10 seconds of the video below:

Ice skater:

The below are side-to-side jumps (two feet) over a hurdle:

In the quick feet drill, I dod not want as much noise as n the video below. I want the feet to leave the ground rather than stutter-stepping.

Inchworm or hand walk

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