Practical shooting is mainly for training hand, wrist and finger coordination when shooting, so as to improve shooting stability. There are many ways to practice shooting. Some golfers even develop some training methods themselves. Of course, Effect is also not same, some are effective, while others are useless.
Today I want to share a set of techniques for practicing correct punches. The movements will be complex and very "unique" but very effective.
One, get up
Initially, you can stop training against basket. Many players who are just learning to shoot are too concerned with hitting ball, so they will ignore factors such as position on hit, power, and arc, and then put them back after action is complete. It's too hard.
Stand with your legs apart, distance between your legs is wider than your shoulders, and you can do up throwing exercises, requiring basketball to fall from other side, which can train throwing accuracy.
It's better to invite a friend to practice together. We can watch actions of our teammates to correct our own shots. These two stand on both sides of free throw line and use high arc shots to get ball into opponent's hands.
Kneeling when throwing is a test of our throwing movements and correct application of force with wrists. If it is a shot that pushes ball out, probability of hitting is generally not too high. Straighten your waist and use your body strength and use your wrists to throw up. It doesn't matter if you can't get shot in beginning, just throw ball and touch basket with standard motions.
After adapting to intensity of shooting, we can increase shooting distance, kneel down and shoot from free throw line. The standard is same as requirements above.
Sitting and throwing is a very common training method. When you watch team practices for some NBA teams, you often see players sitting and practicing shooting.
Due to high intensity of physical confrontation in the game, it is generally difficult to make regular throws. Seated training can improve our sense of balance when shooting and allow us to maintain a balanced shot during confrontation.
Fourth, sitting on a chair
Compared to shooting on floor, it is easier to sit on a chair, and it will be easier to use a higher shooting point. We can choose two workouts according to our actual situation. It is best to practice both together.
Anyway, Brother Diane can only train while sitting on floor. Don't ask why, because he doesn't have money to buy a chair.
Five, lying down
Yes, you can practice prone shooting. As in first exercise, we need to find correct posture in prone position in order to develop a sense of shooting.
Lie on your back, shoot straight up and down, and then shoot higher with force, which will help develop wrist and core strength.
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May 12, 2023