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Designed for both male
players, this book helps athletes develop the strength to set screens
convert three-point plays, the speed to run the court and get into
the balance to change direction on a drive, the quickness to get loose
balls and blow by a defender for easy baskets, and the explosive
power to block shots and grab rebounds. All of the 192 drills and
presented in 52-Week Basketball Training will help players
The ready-to-use daily
programs provide all the conditioning support needed to develop a more
dominant game. For coaches and players who want to train effectively
maximize their abilities, 52-Week Basketball Training is the ticket to
the championship game.
About the Author
Chip Sigmon is the athletic trainer for the Carolinas Sports Performance Center at Carolinas Medical Center. He was the strength and conditioning coach for the WNBA’s Charlotte Sting, and he served the Charlotte Hornets as their strength and conditioning coach from 1994 to 2001 prior to their departure to New Orleans.
Sigmon has worked with such notable athletes as Alonzo Mourning, Baron Davis, Hersey Hawkins, and Dawn Staley. As an assistant strength coach at the University of North Carolina (1982 to 1983), he worked with Tar Heel and NBA greats Michael Jordan and James Worthy. He was the head strength coach at Appalachian State University from 1984 to 1989.
A graduate of Appalachian State University, Sigmon is a former competitive body builder and an NSCA-certified personal trainer and fitness consultant. He has written articles for a national basketball newsletter and for the NSCA, and he was a contributing author to NBA Power Conditioning. Sigmon is also a sought-after motivational speaker and is on the State Speakers list for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
When not busy training
speaking at conventions, or writing, Sigmon enjoys working in the yard,
reading, and spending time with his wife, Michelle, and their two
at their home in Charlotte, North Carolina.