Basketball – Changing bad habits to improve free-kick weaponry

You may be surprised to know that again this "mind" that dictates the change of any bad habits. First, you have to recognize the habit, causing problems, causing pain, ineffectiveness, inconsistency, or may not like it. At the basketball clinics I'm organizing, I always ask the question: "what's the matter when you release the ball out of your hand?" 99.9% of the answer gets this answer. Or "I hope the ball goes in" or something like this and it is a totally and totally wrong pattern of thinking.

Most of the time the pain that comes with the old habit of gaining a new habit. Obviously, when you consciously work to break an old habit, it causes mental and physical pain. That's why many people prefer the old habit. Courage is needed to break the habit, discipline to eliminate unwanted habits, and drive craving and motivation to nourish the process.

The next verse is our friend's "habit".

I'm his constant companion

I am the greatest asset or most serious burden

I'm heading for success or disappointment

I am your command

The half of what you do can turn to me

Because I can do them quickly, accurately and profitable.

I can handle it easily, just keep on with me.

Those who are great have made them great.

Those who were failing failed to believe.

I'm not a machine, though I'm working on accuracy

Machine and Person's Intelligence.

You can run for profit or you can ruin.

Show me how you'd like. Teach me. Get away.

Bring me. Let me.

And then … I'll do it automatically.

I'm your servant.

Who am I?

I'm the habit.

The reason I get these incorrect answers is because players do not recognize the wrong shooting mechanics that have the direct consequences of errant images. After understanding this concept, anatomical inconsistencies will become "more conscious" and will be able to detect destructive behaviors. This is not just about free throwing, but about fingerprints, people's judgment, exaggeration, swearing, etc. As I mentioned earlier, we must recognize all the defective shooter mechanics and always fix my biggest problem first. In other words, if your pink finger has a half inch of drops to release, it is not as big a problem as the gunball sideways or laterally on the ball or on a waving elbow.

Recognizing and correcting old or bad habits is a habit of studying neuroscience, cognitive therapy, and cognitive sciences. Thinking to help you shift from brain to disturbing and positive behavior. The brain really has flexibility throughout our lives and actually changes when we challenge the old habits. Visualism would be like shaping our hands with the machine. (He refers again to the "hands.")

The field of neuroscience shows us that there is a point where we have to make a decisive decision and at a glance or about one quarter of a second. At this crucial moment, we decide to reject self-destructive or weak recording mechanics or movements.

Focus on attention-absorbing meditation and cognitive therapy focuses on improving poorly adaptable or defective shooting mechanics. Keep in mind that the "scientific rules" when shooting excellence. If we act against laws of nature or the laws of science, we lose and endanger our effectiveness. The closer we understand these laws, the sooner we fit into perfection. My whole goal behind this book is to improve awareness of any anatomical errors that cause missed footage. Remember that missed projectile is a direct consequence of improper physical action that is directly caused by lack of concentration or, more accurately, does not know or deliberately think about correcting a problem area such as bent knots or flexible wrists, etc. These movements result in controversial results

. The first step is to be aware of inappropriate shooting mechanics or bad shooting habits, and unless we know them and challenge them before they happen, they will dictate why they are shooting. And the more they integrate, the more they return, unless we apply the consciousness and consciousness of generally mediocre mechanics. Keep in mind that in the United States the national free-throw rate of secondary schools is around 65%, colleges and universities are about 68%, and the NBA has some degrees to 72% off the line, which I think is still mediocre. It is hard to believe that the best players in the world are on average about 5 percentage points better than the national high school average.

The majority of the book is about seeing statistics as weird, terrible, mediocre or excellent, and making the necessary changes to raise our status. We will be exploring the "thinking" – the preparation of the brain to extend consciousness while refining accuracy – can be achieved in the restrictive or disadvantaged ways we are constantly and unconsciously supported. You will learn how to disconnect from defective shooting habits that undermine your potential trust or player confidence. Let's face it, each player will be a great shooter and scorer. Or at least they want to know their efforts and hard work. Unfortunately, the most popular players are getting all the recognition, but that's true. You will also learn that accurate attention is drawn to bad habits that add new insight and clarity that helps distinguish between apparently and what is actually. For example, a camera shooting technique of 1000 frames per second. When I examined this, I was able to distinguish the difference between what seemed and what it was or the actual reality. Moshe Feldenkrais became a pioneer in the functioning of the body, especially in exercise. His work was done through physical movement; many brilliant insights from his own personal struggle to regain control of his own body, especially after the polio paralyzed him. His studies could be called "movement consciousness".

The usual ways of moving our body is the part of the brain that is a motto "motor cortex" responsible for movement or body. Most of us have habits that hold or move potential or cause pain. In order for people to reach their full potential, they need to eliminate bad habits, and this means that changes in the motor cortex are needed to create new neuromuscular patterns that maximize and do not limit the ability to use our body. When the free throws shot, there is nothing more important than knowing or knowing the moving parts of the body. Especially the finer muscles that are responsible for moving these parts of the body. One of the most important examples is clarifying finger contractions and how to move. You will be surprised at how bad the average person is, and they do not even consider the mistakes.

Below is a list of issues that are needed to correct, correct, or modify errors: –

1. The legs are too wide, too narrow, not square, which may cause adjustment problems.

2. Too many or not enough knees.

3. Catch the ball – too much palm on the ball, his fingers are too relaxed. It should be as broad as possible without straining. The finger pads only have ball joints

4. The elbow is too wide, inside or outside. Generally, there are thin, holes or very flexible players inside the elbow.

5. At the elbows of the straightening, the catch is poorly aligned and vice versa.

6. The index finger is not in the center of the ball.

7. Guide over bullet, or anywhere, but 90 degrees for thumb upright

8. Shoot the pocket anywhere, but about 2 inches above the head and between the eyes.

9. Lack of finer muscles affects the shot pocket. Poor players shot from the chest or chin and fired a longer release.

10. The Guide helps rotate the disc to cause oblique rotation or even discard rotation

11. Ball release is too flat.

12. Follow your fingers to the floor.

13. Follow your fingers as soon as the shot is not wide.

14. The wrist moves in different directions at the end of the shot.

15. The eyes focused on the flange during the whole shot.

16. Handshake shot after lifting the hand.

17. Follow the wrists to bend. The wrist has only the winding hands. The hand is frozen in full shot. This is the control center. How can you control the shot if you do not own it? This fact is the biggest problem area with millions of players worldwide.

18. The release angle is too high or too low. The elbow touches the tab (too high) or the wrist level is headed after the shot (too low)

19. The hand is blocked to release the shot, indicating the "help" action on the ball.

20. The fall continues before the ball reaches the basket. Especially the free throw out.

21. There are more. That's enough to work. Keep in mind that these potential errors can cause 5-6% deficiency in accuracy. If you have 5 faults, you will not recognize it, it's already around 70-75%. And according to my standard it's as bad as the shot is 50%.

I understand that the above information is not very detailed, but takes care of the food. Learn more about future articles that can further help your needs.