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All developing ball players should incorporate a regimen of weight lifting and strength training into their practice routine.
Strength is also developed through increasing your flexibility, range of motion, and resistance stretching (i.e. pushups, crunches, sit-ups, lunges, and jumping drills).
You want to not only build your core, but your upper arms and lower legs as well.
This will increase your overall strength, confidence, and ability to shoot and rebound against strong opposition. Aggressiveness and confidence are by-products of this training and experience.
i am really aggressive at streets but when comes to real court i get nervoes and cant move a muscle what should i do
dont b so nervoes and move some. just saying
yeah garid don't be nervous,indoors is alot easier than out,no wind/rain/overbearing heat to disrupt your game,just do the things you have always done naturally,and in no time you'll be back to your game not if better
Just act like your on the street, not infront of every one