Learn How to Improve Offensive and Defensive Rebounding with Holly Warlick!

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Home Basketball Defensive Drills Learn How to Improve Offensive and Defensive Rebounding with Holly Warlick!
Published on January 30, 2018

Competitive Rebounding, Defense & Transition Drills

with Holly Warlick,
University of Tennessee Head Women's Basketball Coach;
distinguished member of the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame (2001);
WBCA Maggie Dixon Rookie Coach of the Year Award (2013);
3x All-American point guard at Tennessee;

Head women's coach at the University of Tennessee, Holly Warlick, presents a fun rebounding drill that inspires competitiveness and improves team tenacity on the boards. Want to own the glass? Incorporate this drill into your next practice!

Great defensive teams know the work isn't over until you've secured the ball. Using on-court demonstrations, Holly Warlick shows you how she gets her SEC championship teams at Tennessee to play tough defense and dominate the boards to spark their transition game. Coach Warlick shares the competitive drills that she uses daily in her Volunteer program to build a rebounding and defensive mentality.

44 minutes. December 2014 !

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