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« Reply #15 on: July 31, 2011, 11:17:22 am »
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I think people tend to like how the programs tells you what to do everyday instead of just throw you a bunch of random drills.

That's what I need when it comes to ball handling lol.  Besides, just any random drills don't really work.  If I go to youtube and pick out the first 10 dribbling drills I see, who knows if I'll significantly improve.  I have no doubt Maroko and Allan make retarded claims in their videos and have no shame when it comes to scamming people, but that doesn't mean they don't know their basketball.  And to the rest, I KNOW I'm paying money for just essentially a schedule lol

actually with ball handling you can just fuck around with the ball and get a lot better. That's why niggas that don't ever do shit can have nice handles but no shot.

yeah i tried taylor allans program in june and in about 3 weeks it helped a lot but i stopped because im going through the month of a july on an all play period so i can actually where im at. I tried maroko's half of program back in january. it is decent but i just didnt like how it scheduled shit/how it was just a bunch of drills so i just did my own shit.



I know you can just fuck around and get handles, but as I explained, it doesn't work out too well for me. 
In Taylor Allen's Ball Handling Mastery, how often do you do it?  How many days a week usually and how long are each session?

try just freestyling for 3-5 minutes a day in a small secluded area.
4 days per week. if you really need it you can do 7 days a week by doing the stationary work erryday

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« Reply #16 on: July 31, 2011, 11:23:03 am »
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Hey can you tell me what the prolific shooting is like?

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« Reply #17 on: July 31, 2011, 11:25:04 am »
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I think people tend to like how the programs tells you what to do everyday instead of just throw you a bunch of random drills.

That's what I need when it comes to ball handling lol.  Besides, just any random drills don't really work.  If I go to youtube and pick out the first 10 dribbling drills I see, who knows if I'll significantly improve.  I have no doubt Maroko and Allan make retarded claims in their videos and have no shame when it comes to scamming people, but that doesn't mean they don't know their basketball.  And to the rest, I KNOW I'm paying money for just essentially a schedule lol

actually with ball handling you can just fuck around with the ball and get a lot better. That's why niggas that don't ever do shit can have nice handles but no shot.

yeah i tried taylor allans program in june and in about 3 weeks it helped a lot but i stopped because im going through the month of a july on an all play period so i can actually where im at. I tried maroko's half of program back in january. it is decent but i just didnt like how it scheduled shit/how it was just a bunch of drills so i just did my own shit.



I know you can just fuck around and get handles, but as I explained, it doesn't work out too well for me. 
In Taylor Allen's Ball Handling Mastery, how often do you do it?  How many days a week usually and how long are each session?

try just freestyling for 3-5 minutes a day in a small secluded area.
4 days per week. if you really need it you can do 7 days a week by doing the stationary work erryday

D-Rose Jr... LOL I mean seriously bro, I specifically mentioned a million times I don't wanna just freestyle dribble workout.  And when I ask what the schedule is like, you tell me what I said I don't wanna do 3-4x already in the previous posts.  I have done ball handling work on my own before.  I just want to try a program.  So.. what's the schedule like?  ;D
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« Reply #18 on: July 31, 2011, 11:39:23 am »
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I think people tend to like how the programs tells you what to do everyday instead of just throw you a bunch of random drills.

That's what I need when it comes to ball handling lol.  Besides, just any random drills don't really work.  If I go to youtube and pick out the first 10 dribbling drills I see, who knows if I'll significantly improve.  I have no doubt Maroko and Allan make retarded claims in their videos and have no shame when it comes to scamming people, but that doesn't mean they don't know their basketball.  And to the rest, I KNOW I'm paying money for just essentially a schedule lol

actually with ball handling you can just fuck around with the ball and get a lot better. That's why niggas that don't ever do shit can have nice handles but no shot.

yeah i tried taylor allans program in june and in about 3 weeks it helped a lot but i stopped because im going through the month of a july on an all play period so i can actually where im at. I tried maroko's half of program back in january. it is decent but i just didnt like how it scheduled shit/how it was just a bunch of drills so i just did my own shit.



I know you can just fuck around and get handles, but as I explained, it doesn't work out too well for me.  
In Taylor Allen's Ball Handling Mastery, how often do you do it?  How many days a week usually and how long are each session?

try just freestyling for 3-5 minutes a day in a small secluded area.
4 days per week. if you really need it you can do 7 days a week by doing the stationary work erryday

D-Rose Jr... LOL I mean seriously bro, I specifically mentioned a million times I don't wanna just freestyle dribble workout.  And when I ask what the schedule is like, you tell me what I said I don't wanna do 3-4x already in the previous posts.  I have done ball handling work on my own before.  I just want to try a program.  So.. what's the schedule like?  ;D
dude you aren't that clear really.
the porgram is
4 days per week. if you really need it you can do 7 days a week by doing the stationary work erryday
that is the program length like i answered befroe. its just stationary work followed by some movement work.

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« Reply #19 on: July 31, 2011, 11:41:11 am »
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ohhh, it sounded like you were telling me to freestyle 4 days a week or something.  What about each session?  How long do they usually lasT???
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« Reply #20 on: July 31, 2011, 11:46:29 am »
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not too long from 20-45 minutes. really depends on how your handles are now.

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« Reply #21 on: July 31, 2011, 12:30:35 pm »
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D-Rose Jr do you have Prolific Shooting? Can you tell me what its like?

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« Reply #22 on: July 31, 2011, 12:31:40 pm »
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D-Rose Jr do you have Prolific Shooting? Can you tell me what its like?
i do not have it

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« Reply #23 on: July 31, 2011, 02:06:22 pm »
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alright... and what is Ball Handling Mastery like? is it a video, a pdf or ebook pro?

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« Reply #24 on: July 31, 2011, 03:00:55 pm »
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alright... and what is Ball Handling Mastery like? is it a video, a pdf or ebook pro?

I can make one and sell it to you if you have the money. For sure.

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« Reply #25 on: July 31, 2011, 03:06:37 pm »
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unless you are a 12 year old learning the game, do NOT do stationary basketball drills other then a QUICK warmup.
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« Reply #26 on: July 31, 2011, 03:11:36 pm »
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unless you are a 12 year old learning the game, do NOT do stationary basketball drills other then a QUICK warmup.
i call complete bullshit.

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« Reply #27 on: July 31, 2011, 05:10:54 pm »
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unless you are a 12 year old learning the game, do NOT do stationary basketball drills other then a QUICK warmup.

i call complete bullshit.



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« Reply #28 on: July 31, 2011, 08:02:20 pm »
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yo ill pm you the programs for free, i got em for free
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« Reply #29 on: August 01, 2011, 12:55:04 am »
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unless you are a 12 year old learning the game, do NOT do stationary basketball drills other then a QUICK warmup.
i call complete bullshit.

I don't call complete BS, but it's definitely not a very wise statement. Stationary drills can be extremely helpful to kids/players of all ages. It just has to be the right kind of stationary work. It's all about difficulty and throwing in an added element to the work. There's literally thousands of variations of drills that are stationary and helpful to all ages.
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