FIBA Referee Department plans training/fitness programmes for referees to prepare and maintain their fitness prior and during the basketball season. Each person is an individual and training progammes are much more appropriate if the input data of individual is at the disposal. See example form with explanations below.
Lisa Jones knows fitness is key to her officiating success. (Photo Credit: Allen Kee / ESPN Images) R ecently, we asked a handful of top NCAA officials from both the men’s and women’s game to share their fitness routines as they prepared for a new season on the hardwood. Our six experts have officiated a combined 152 seasons of NCAA Division I basketball and all are regulars in their respective NCAA tournaments.
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The strength-building, time-crunch workouts of a veteran NBA referee Longtime NBA ref Marc Davis uses these time-specific, CrossFit-style workouts to stay fit on the road—and to keep pace with athletic superstars like LeBron James, Giannis Antetokounmpo, and Kevin Durant. Jump to the Routine
After working with FIBA Europe and the premier basketball league in Spain (Liga ACB), sport scientist Dr Alejandro Vaquera of the University of Leon has been commissioned to run this extensive fitness program for the top international referees in the game. According to Vaquera, while basketball referees don’t need to possess all the physical abilities as the players (e.g. strength, vertical jump), these officials should be able to demonstrate similar levels of speed and endurance.
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For the 2021/22 season, we are asking NBL referees to organise their own fitness tests and provide video evidence or attend a regional fitness test. All the information you need is provided below. When. We are accepting submissions of completed fitness tests ahead of the upcoming season between Monday 16 August and Sunday 5 September.
FIBA GOL 2021-23 Referees Basic Fitness Test (Audio) FIBA GOL 2021-23 MAP User Guidelines Click here. View documents in French and Spanish; The following document is an excerpt from the FIBA Game Officials Licensing 2021-2023 Guidelines for National Member Federations and covers specifically the principles of the FIBA Referees Licensing.
Dr. Eric Johnson, Head Men’s & Women’s Soccer Coach at Western Illinois University and former basketball and soccer referee, talks about mental fitness from both roles, as an official and a coach. Watch the Interview. Show More Video Interviews.