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- Sat, 28 Jul 2018 21:26:13 EST RxwlhUSp No.94839
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Let's say that I wanna git gud at basketball quickly to impress the local chocolate hunnies.

Obviously on-court practice is best, but what can at I do at home or during bad weather to maximize footwork, agility and mad air? I assume cardio in general but specific exercises/diet/tips from experienced ballers would be appreciated.
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Edwin Clummledeg - Sun, 29 Jul 2018 06:31:36 EST cvNM1Pqm No.94840 Reply
>>94839
I think hoping for a helpful bballer is a long shot. However you used the right board I think and I would hate to see you go home completely empty handed.

If there's nights you can't play but can make it to a gym I reckon High Intensity Interval training would probably be a good way to simulate bursts of action over a long period of time, with slower bits. Basketball games are relatively short but the average pro player runs 2.5 miles per game give or take. So of the 48 minutes they spend a lot of time not running. Explosive speed and quick recovery are probably better but over a period of time because it's still 48 minutes of game (in 4 sections) if you wanted to simulate a gane you could do HIIT for 12 minutes at a time 4 times. Obviously you should be practicing skills and agility and dedicating time to that, something you can't do if you run yourself ragged but if you're doing that once or twice a week on top of a game that'll improve your fitness. Maybe during your other workouts do one 12 minute stretch of HIIT at the end or something.

Diet is also just one of those things that's pretty general. The question there is do you want to gain or lose weight? Basketball players are not built but they have some physical power nonetheless. Generally eat well, a decent amount of protein, some fruit, lots of veg every day but the specifics depend on you. If you want to impress the ladies you'll want to be reasonably lean with some muscle definition anyway.

Good luck on getting more specific advice..
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Lydia Cuggletat - Mon, 22 Oct 2018 19:59:31 EST BR62YTem No.95087 Reply
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Can confirm, medicine balls are awesome and made me into a straight baller.
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Nathaniel Numbleseck - Thu, 22 Nov 2018 15:07:02 EST beWzC5Hx No.95136 Reply
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Does wearing weighted clothes help you jump higher or does that only work in anime?
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Edwin Cocklefoot - Sat, 24 Nov 2018 23:01:09 EST OL3swCLi No.95155 Reply
>>95136

That's a meme. Weighted clothing (wristbands, shoes etc) are used for training muscles, in specific controlled movements (like glute kick backs). If you run while weighted down it's dog shit on your joints.
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Eugene Drangerdock - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 11:17:59 EST hbfQHISq No.95637 Reply
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>>94839
Unfortunately it is getting way too hot here in the Deep South for a white boy to play bball outside :/

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