Strength & Conditioning Coach
Hey, Brett, your question, which plays a bigger role in basketball strength or conditioning. So, this is a highly debated question. Often in the NBA to me. You need a conditioning base to be successful. But the bigger to me, the bigger role playing aspect is the strength training strength, allows you to do a little bit more, the battling, the hitting the body, contacts, the stopping and going. I think, I think people realize that the difference between football and basketball is the huge vertical component that often happens. So the strength component of Landing absorbing to me that plays a bigger role conditioning is a huge part of basketball, but there's a lot of stopping and guns is a lot of stops. There's a lot of whistles, a lot of fouls play often stops. So if your strength is there, you can have you little more successful than if your conditioning, you look at these Weekend Warriors, they doubt their Are and and play. And the first thing they see is that they're out of breath and stuff. So yeah, their conditioning is bad, but they still play because they have some strength, you know, it is a, it is tricky and it's a closed and you need both. But if you'd ask me again, Brett, I would say strength training.