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Basketball Dynamic Warm UP - Myosource Kinetic Bands / Resistance Bands

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The video below is a high school girl’s basketball team performing speed strength and conditioning warm up drills. Myosource Kinetic Bands are used so that basketball players can use their own body weight during their dynamic warm up. Myosource Kinetic Bands are worn right above the knee so that the girls are able to perform their entire dynamic warm up drills without limitations or restrictions. The bands provide resistance for each muscle contraction in The video below is a high school girl’s basketball team performing speed strength and conditioning warm up drills. Myosource Kinetic Bands are used so that basketball players can use their own body weight during their dynamic warm up. Myosource Kinetic Bands are worn right above the knee so that the girls are able to perform their entire dynamic warm up drills without limitations or restrictions. The bands provide resistance for each muscle contraction in the quadriceps, the hamstrings, the glutes, the hips and the hip flexor.

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While performing these drills it is important to go at a nice steady pace giving yourself enough time to work through the resistance so that your muscles are prepared for your basketball workout. Notice in the video that the girls move in all directions and mimic a lot of their basketball moves so that they are prepared for speed and strength training in the next phase of plyometric jump training.

Throughout this dynamic warm up Myosource Kinetic Bands are challenging the muscles to work through the resistance. This warm up gets the blood flowing and gets all the muscles firing in preparation for full range of motion basketball training.

Make sure to challenge yourself during this dynamic warm up phase. Going forward and backward as well as laterally will help improve balance and stability while challenging your muscles. These movements are great for the patterns used in basketball specific training and for building muscle memory. Basketball players must be able to proficiently move forward, backward, and laterally as well as change direction quickly. Notice all of these movements throughout this dynamic warm up video.

Video Dynamic Warm Up Drills:the quadriceps, the hamstrings, the glutes, the hips and the hip flexor.

Save 15% on your entire Myosource order by using promo code BLOG15 

While performing these drills it is important to go at a nice steady pace giving yourself enough time to work through the resistance so that your muscles are prepared for your basketball workout. Notice in the video that the girls move in all directions and mimic a lot of their basketball moves so that they are prepared for speed and strength training in the next phase of plyometric jump training.

Throughout this dynamic warm up Myosource Kinetic Bandsare challenging the muscles to work through the resistance. This warm up gets the blood flowing and gets all the muscles firing in preparation for full range of motion basketball training.

Make sure to challenge yourself during this dynamic warm up phase. Going forward and backward as well as laterally will help improve balance and stability while challenging your muscles. These movements are great for the patterns used in basketball specific training and for building muscle memory. Basketball players must be able to proficiently move forward, backward, and laterally as well as change direction quickly. Notice all of these movements throughout this dynamic warm up video.

Video Dynamic Warm Up Drills:

Side Slide, Rock Right, Rock Left and Step

Squat Knee Up – Spread feet a shoulder’s width apart then squat down and when standing up bring right knee up towards chest – squat down and switch knees

Duck Walk Forward – With feet a shoulder’s width apart squat down and walk forward – stay down while walking

Duck Walk Backward – With feet a shoulder’s width apart squat down and walk backward – stay down while walking

High Knees Forward – Jog bringing knees up as high as possible towards shoulders – keep back upright – getting the knees up high is more important than gaining ground

High Knees Backward – same as high knees forward – go backward

Please check out our web site at to find our complete program for basketball speed, strength and conditioning training. 

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