Footwork Checklist #1
Footwork Checklist #1
With I’m Possible Training, basketball footwork is possibly what we are best known for around the world. I’m Possible founder, Micah Lancaster, developed the I’m Possible Footwork Training System after spending a year working with underfloor cameras while assessing the footwork patterns of the world’s greatest players.
This system was then tested and proven with NBA All-Stars such as Victor Oladipo, Karl-Anthony Towns, and Brandon Ingram. Footwork Checklist #1 is the sum of all that work, giving players footwork specific training assignments to master their feet in the areas of ball handling, driving, pivoting, finishing and shot making.
With each and every footwork assignment, Micah Lancaster teaches and demonstrates the footwork using the Skill GripMat for added accountability. Just like with any powerful training accountabilty aid, the results simply come faster when the Footwork Checklist is combined with the SkillMat.
With that said, the teaching and detail found within the Footwork Checklist can be used, trained, and implemented with our without such a training tool and is guaranteed to give any player, at any level, drastically enhanced and game-ready basketball footwork.
FOOTWORK CHECKLIST #1 BUILDS THE BEST BASKETBALL SPECIFIC FOOTWORK POSSIBLE FOR PLAYERS
WITH JUST 20 MINUTE ASSIGNMENTS
Giving You The Tools To Become The Best Player Possible, No Matter Your Age Or Level...
Inside Footwork Checklist #1
Master the Drop and Its Many Options
Possibly the most important and foundational footwork in basketball is the Drop. You will train this technique in incredible detail!
Become a Master of Space
Learn how to not only create and cover space, but also how to keep and maintain space like a pro.
Open Driving Lines Through Lateral Separation
The game of basketball is not just north and south movements. You also need to be able to create driving angles and lines through lateral movements.
Accelerate with Ease Through Digs
Learn how to utilize Digs to quickly accelerate past defenders.
Learn to Stop Quickly At Any Moment
Separation isn't only created by moving away from a defender. You will learn how to create separation by being able to stop quicker than any defender can react.
Master Stance and Body Control
Gain perfection in your stance, from footwork angles, to hip and shoulders positions, so you will have perfect control over your body.
Condition Your Hips for Wide Moments
The game of basketball requires players to play the game both skinny and wide, but many can't get wide when it matters. You will master the ability to find wider lines for wider driving angles by giving your hips and feet the proper techniques.
Micah Lancaster’s Footwork Checklist Training System Is...
The Easiest & Most Effective Way To Reach Your Full Potential As A Basketball Player
WITH JUST 20 MINUTE ASSIGNMENTS
It’s because this revolutionary new approach to training is the most effective way to become a more skilled basketball player.
This new style of training is the beating heart and soul of making players the best in the world – and it works no matter if you’re a young kid or an NBA™ Allstar.
Before you discover why the Checklist Training System beats all other methods, it’s important to understand the less effective method that most coaches teach.
Most basketball training focuses on an outdated coaching philosophy called progression.
Unfortunately, the progression method FAILS many basketball players and makes it harder for them to improve.
You Start Here:
You can’t move forwards until you master stage 1.
(Or any stage.)
If You Get Stuck Here:
You remain stuck for weeks or months before you can move on to the next stage.
Get Stuck At ANY Stage:
You Don’t Reach Your Full Potential As A Player!
THIS MAKES BECOMING ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST SKILLED BASKETBALL PLAYERS AS EASY AS RIDING A BIKE!
The secret behind why this new basketball training method works better is because it is designed to create something more similar to a “procedural memory.”
Think about learning to ride a bicycle.
It doesn’t take hundreds of hours.
Instead, you practice for 20 – 40 minutes and all of a sudden you GET IT.
And once you get it… you have that skill for good!
You never forget.
That’s because it’s a “procedural memory.”
Your body will never forget how to do it.
And as you continue to use that new skill, you get better and better.
APPLY THIS SAME PRINCIPLE TO YOUR BASKETBALL TRAINING AND YOUR SKILLS WILL ACCELERATE AT BREAKING SPEED!
AND THE BEST THING IS...
Unlike the old, outdated method you may have learned above, you can NEVER GET STUCK using this method.
After just 20 minutes, stop the drill.
If you feel like you still need to work on it, mark the drill as “Needs Work.”
Then move on to another skill.
AS YOU GET MORE SKILLS UNDER YOUR BELT - IT CAN LITERALLY UNLOCK THE SKILLS YOU STRUGGLED WITH PREVIOUSLY
Let’s imagine you struggled to master a “Drop” technique. No problem, you mark it as “needs work” and then move on.
You do other drills, acquire more skills, and then in the future you come back to the “Drop” you struggled with.
All of a sudden, in just a couple of minutes… you get it.
Something just clicks and it’s easy.
When you practice other skills in the Checklist, something in those skills UNLOCKS the skill you struggled with previously.
In this example, a “Pocket” technique gave the foundation to help you master the “Drop.”
Featuring footwork for ball handling, triple threat, pivots, driving, and stops, covering all aspects of footwork skill.
With 48 different skills, this is the most detailed and complete basketball footwork training system in the world.
Mark as "Complete" or "Needs Work":
After you complete an assignment, make a simple decision. If you don't feel like you need to do it again, mark it as “Complete.” Otherwise, put it in your "Needs Work" folder as a reminder to do it again.
Go in any order:
The checklist system is not built like an "outdated progression." Your skills will enhance by simply moving through the checklist one skill assignment at a time. It's that simple.
Spend up to 20 minutes on each assignment:
The checklist system is not built on reps. Time is much more important. View each assignment, aim for 20 minutes of work, and check it off your list.
Mark your favorites for extra reps:
When you come across an assignment that fits your game perfectly, give it a "star" to mark it as a favorite. Then, just come back to your “Favorites” whenever you want to enhance your superpower skills.
Train With The #1 Basketball Skill Enhancement Program For NBA™ Players And Young People Alike!
Footwork Checklist #1 will help you develop the skills that distinguish the best players who have a future in the sport, from the uncommitted wannabes who will never make it.
And you can up your game in as little as 20 minutes per assignment.
Basketball Footwork Training in the areas of; Ball Handling, Driving, Triple Threat, Stopping Pivots, Changing Directions, and more.
This is 100% raw skill enhancement.
You receive 48 basketball footwork training assignments, giving the option to accelerate your progress as FAST as you'd like.
We don’t teach situations and rehearsals that your coaches already give you, because when you have superior skills, the results will take care of themselves.
Gain the ball handling and athletic skills needed to dominate opponents.
The EXACT drills we use with pro NBA™ teams and players.
You can purchase Footwork Checklist #1 today and get life-time access to the full 12 month program, putting you on the path of becoming one of the most skilled players possible. Or...
FREE WITH MEMBERSHIPGET FREE AS AN "ELITE SKILL MEMBER"
When you sign up as a paid IPT Elite Skill Member you’ll be granted access to Footwork Checklist #1 AND ALL our current and future online checklist programs in addition to incredible member benefits like free in-person training with Micah Lancaster! When you make a one-time purchase, you’ll only have access to Footwork Checklist #1.
Bryce Stanhope - NBA / IPT Elite I'm Possible Trainer
I don't think there is a trainer on the planet that understands skill enhancement the way Micah Lancaster does. He just knows how to do things different and he gets amazing results out of players.
Tanner Lind - NBA / IPT Elite I'm Possible Trainer
I think Micah is absolutely the best in the industry of skills training. I don't know of anyone else that has the basketball mind that he has.
John Draine - Skill Enhancement Certified Im Possible Trainer
As far as I'm concerned, Micah is the best trainer in the world. His knowledge is tremendous.
Marko Zelic- Skill Enhancement Trainer Certified I'm Possible Trainer
I call Micah a basketball genius when it comes to skill enhancement. He's so detailed when it comes to the game and skills that my head almost exploded. It was so much information.