Magic Fundamentals - Comprehensive, Part 2
DVD Release Date: June 1, 2006
DAFTAR ISI :
00:02 One-On-One With Kenny & Kareem
04:57 Playing The Post
06:25 Mikan Drill
17:20 Jump Hook
19:38 Boxing Out
26:11 Drop Step
27:03 Turn Around Jumper
29:33 Up & Under
34:17 One-On-One with Magic & Amare
41:34 One-On-One with Magic & Kenny
44:56 Basic Defensive Stance
52:01 Footwork Drills
54:02 One-On-One Defensive Drills
58:59 Closing Out
News, May 13, 2005
"The instruction is simple, informative, and effective. Even for serious players"
Magic has left us and enduring legacy., September 9, 2006
For years Earvin
"Magic" Johnson has been dedicated to educating on the importance of
the fundamentals of basketball, going as far back to the year 1989 when he
released the wonderful book "Magic's Touch" with Roy S. Johnson. In
"Magic Johnson's Comprehensive Fundamentals," Magic's enthusiasm and
charisma come through during both of the instructional DVDs. One example is
evident in the segment about cone dribbling. As Magic executes the exercise he
demonstrates a humility and sense of humor that humanizes the presentation in a
way that few other instructional DVD's do. The DVDs included in the set cover fundamental
drills on shooting, ball handling, defense, post play and passing. The drills
included in all of the above areas are necessary for any player to master.
In addition, the workout booklet included with the DVD is worth much more than the price of the DVDs. The workout includes drills on shooting, ball handling, cone drills, passing, and most importantly, condidtioning. Magic himself used to do wind sprints before playing all day and credits much of his success to the extra effort he put in before he practiced five on five. Furthermore, if any player follows the five out of seven day work out religiously they will see tremendous advances in their skills and abilities. My eleven year old son is proof of that as he has taken all of his abilities to a higher level and has become a much better player in just the last few months.
Many other DVD's on the market are excellent as well. Better Basketball, Coach K, Five Star, and Gannon Baker are the absolute pinnacle of basketball instruction. However, Magic Fundamentals is an entirely different product because it covers all of the basic and vital points a young player must practice and master in one set of two DVDs.
The honest truth that few young players want to hear is becoming a great player takes a superhuman time and effort committment. Many past and present college and pro players have told stories of playing 8-10 hours a day during the summer and 2-4 hours a day during the school year. If young players are willing to put in the work, they must incorporate these DVDs in their workouts to reach their full potential.
EXCELLENT VIDEO, July 10, 2006
By : Joshy Bosh
benched for most of the entire season, I picked up this video with 2 months
left of the year. I practice 3 hours a day after school. I did the drills over
and over again. I went from the 12th man to starting lineup. In the final
tournament, my cofidence is so high that I eventually got all the trust from my
coach. I wound up with 37 points in the final game and won first place in