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Hall of Fame Defense

#Course NumberCourse Description
ATH 100Acceleration & Deceleration IBe distinctly different than your competition by developing your proficiency at being able to start and stop with and without a basketball.
ATH 110Linear COD for MovementGain the understanding and skills required to change direction in a more precise manner. Develop habits while cutting at angles between 0-90 degrees and then progress to angles 90-180 degrees. Establish a physically strong base while gaining an advantage through multiple types of explosive pivots.
DEF 100Defensive Command IHave command as a defender on and off the ball. Shape a defensive demeanor to always be the aggressor no matter your team’s philosophy or the athletic ability of your opponent.
DEF 130Guarding a Ball handler ILearn how to have a presence on the ball. Maintain consistent cushion no matter how the offensive player changes speed or direction. Contest without fouling.
ATH 120Vertical CODExplore the squat and lunge, as well as jumping and landing. Attain a greater understanding of how these activities relate to basketball. Develop technique, endurance, and strength in these areas to prevent injury and become more dynamic.
DEF 110Off Ball DefenseBuild the habit of moving on the pass, develop closeouts, and gain understanding for guarding a cutter.
ATH 200Acceleration & Decleration IIImprove starting and stopping by challenging yourself not only to have good footwork, but to become more crisp. Develop these skills with no slippage as they are incorporated into multifaceted exercises.
DEF 200Defensive Command IILearn how to maintain command as a defender on and off the ball. Shape a defensive demeanor to always be the aggressor no matter your team’s philosophy or the athletic ability of your opponent.
ATH 240COD for DefenseDevelop your defensive play on and off the ball by being more precise in your change of direction.
DEF 210Being a Secondary DefenderExamine help defensive strategies. Get repetition moving on both the pass and the dribble. Move on airtime, contest on closeouts, and be a part of every play.
DEF 230Guarding a Ball handler IIFurther develop a presence on the ball. Maintain consistent cushion no matter how the offensive player changes speed or direction. Contest without fouling.
ATH 250COD for ConversionExplore best practices for winning the short period of time between when a shot is released and the ball changes possession. Build habits that will allow you to mentally and physically be one step ahead of your opponent.
DEF 310Guarding Off Ball Screen IExplore multiple strategies for guarding the cross screen, shuffle screen, diagonal screen, flex screen, and loop screen as the defender who is guarding the cutter and as the defender who is guarding the screener.
DEF 320Guarding Off Ball Screen IIExplore multiple strategies for guarding the flare screen, back screen, down screen, and hammer action as the defender who is guarding the cutter and as the defender who is guarding the screener.
DEF 330Guarding an On Ball ScreenExplore the hard hedge, soft hedge, jam, trap, ice, and switch as the defender who is on the ball and as the defender who is off the ball.
ATH 390Independent Study
DEF 390Independent Study
DEF 400Film StudyLearn how to watch film and recognize how teams defend different actions.
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