Coach Toole shows you how to use closeouts in 1-on-1 and team situations, with strategies that are proven to work at any level!
- Learn all the details you need to teach proper closeout techniques from Andy Toole
- Coach Andy Toole has been the head coach of Robert Morris University for the last 11 years, where he has cemented himself as the winningest coach in school history
- Build a strong team defense with closeout principles that will disrupt the offense and force them into taking bad shots
- Use these techniques and drills to make your defense as technically complete and fundamentally sound as possible
- Coach Toole has high-level coaching experience that he passes onto you with this series of techniques and strategies to bring your team’s defensive skills up a level
Take A Deep Dive Into One Of The Most Overlooked, But One Of The Most Important Aspects, Of Building A Lockdown Defense – Join Robert Morris Head Coach Andy Toole As He Shares With You The Closeout Encyclopedia !
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What Will You Learn?
Breakdown and defend players looking to score with this closeout series from Robert Morris University Head Coach Andy Toole. Utilize the same drills that his team uses to hone their closeout skills, and start building a lockdown defense.
Use closeouts to force the defense into tight situations that favor your players, using Coach Toole’s techniques and helpful advice. Force players to sidelines, baselines, and more with these drills your team can use to increase their skills, as well as stay in shape.
Learn and use different types of closeouts for maximum effect, including the individual, the continuous, and the help and recover. With careful coaching from a proven NCAA Division-1 Head Coach, you can get every detail behind these successful defensive strategies.
Use some of Coach Toole’s favorite drills, including the Penn Hills, the Michigan State Post-Perimeter, the Ice 2-on-2, and more for realistic practice time that translates to game time results. Just like Head Coach Andy Toole at Robert Morris University, you can make these plays and defensive habits an instinctual feel for your team and own the defensive side of the ball.