The Goalrilla G Trainer uses a simple net and frame design that utilizes a ball dampening system on one half and a rebounder on the other. The sturdy body and locking wheel mechanism on the Goalrilla G Trainer makes it very sturdy and eliminates the trainer from shuffling or moving around as you perform various basketball drills and exercises. Each side has its own benefits, but one thing… Continue reading
Catch and React Sweep – 3 Point Jump Shot (Individual): Goalrilla G Trainer Basketball Drill – Video 34September 19th, 2013
Reverse Pivot Jab Step – 3 Point Jump Shot (Individual): Goalrilla G Trainer Basketball Drill – Video 36September 5th, 2013
Using the Goalrilla G Trainer, this basketball practice drill is going to work on a reverse pivot/jab step, which will allow a player to free himself up for a three point jump shot. The Goalrilla G Trainer will be set up at about the half court mark. The offensive player is going to start the drill directly below the basketball goal and will work their way up towards… Continue reading
In this basketball drill, players are going to go through a fluid, simple motion with the Goalrilla G Trainer. Setting the trainer up at the left or right end of the court, the player is going to be positioned at the opposite end and will dribble towards the trainer. Taking three to five dribbles and making the chest pass from a few feet before reaching the middle of… Continue reading
Ok, so this was a new one on me – but it makes perfect sense.
You know I am not a fan of the portable basketball goals – for me, there are several reasons:
1. They are not durable: two-piece poles erode and break and the plastic “weight” on the bottom cracks.
2. They are not cost-effective: as children grow and the elements take their toll on… Continue reading
In my walks around the subdivision I live in, I happen to notice a lot of the basketball goals. In several of the blog posts I have talked about the economy portable basketball goals that are available just about everywhere (I even saw them for sale in a drugstore!!).
Parents have told me they buy them because they’re cheap… Continue reading
It seems every day that you’re having to tell your kids to take the bucket off the dresser and bouncing the basketball off the walls. (One kid I know actually put a trashcan in the top drawer of a chest of drawers and used duct tape (!) to tape the drawer tight so the can would stay put …)… Continue reading
Way, way back in December of 1891, physical education teacher James Naismith introduced his class to two peach baskets he had nailed to the lower rail of the balcony at both ends of the gym, 13 rules for a new game, and using a soccer ball, basketball was born.
It’s said Naismith wrote those 13… Continue reading
Kids will be kids, but boy can it be aggravating sometimes!
They play practical jokes on each other. (Why do they call them practical? The jokes usually aren’t.)
Case in point: I remember when a friend had her Volkswagen Beetle picked up and wedged sideways into a spot where there was no way she… Continue reading
People ask why the Goalrilla Goal adjusts specifically from 7.5 to 10-feet. There are several products out there on the market that adjust downward to 6-feet… Continue reading