On top of the fact that 0 Bounce can be done in tight spaces, the training itself is unique.
Despite having no dribbling it improves your ability to dribble the basketball in as little as 1-2 weeks.
The problem with most "no bounce" ball handling workouts is they fall short in developing skills that actually help in games, and often fail to expand your skills.
This can become a black hole, sucking away weeks of your time, training things that won't make a true impact when it matters most.
Everything in 0 Bounce will help you create opportunities off the dribble, and do so with confidence in game situations.
This is done by improving overlooked "mini-skills" that typical workouts in a gym miss completely.
We focus on developing your grip, wrist mobility, balance, stance, feel for the ball, and ability to control and manipulate it in unique ways.
This patches a lot of the "holes" in players ball handling, allowing them to be much quicker, stronger and more fluid, while also expanding WHAT you can do with the basketball in ways that will give you an unfair advantage in games.
Plus you'll learn how to maximize your ball control so you don't have to worry about what you're doing with the ball in games, and controlling it feels like second nature.
These mini-skills also carry over to the rest of your game, including your shooting, layups, passing, defense and rebounding... even though they're not the main focus of the training.
Above all else, the reason I created this mini-skills workout was to help players for a special, specific situation.
I know what it's like being stuck at home in a tight room and unable to make a lot of noise, but wanting to get better.
I also know what it's like to feel like there's not much you can do in that situation, or that the things you could do won't make you better.
This solves all those problems and not only gives you a way to quietly practice in a small area, but it gives real advantages over the training you'd normally do in the gym, and a huge edge over the competition.