You've all heard the phrase "great feeling", referring to a player who has given a basket more jumps on the platform or some similar analogy. This is really a sarcastic comment, because the impression is that the shooter designed it, but it was really a lucky shot or a lucky bouncing sequence, and so on. I would like to elaborate on the "shooting" and possibly give new light to this shooting aspect. You already know that I do not give great reliability to the importance of the legs outside the shooting, at the 6 "knee bends and the legs need to be separated and I do not think it is a huge factor that the dominant leg is slightly ahead of the other or perfectly squared or just under the shoulders
we all knew that since the "peach basket" age I do not remember anyone ever told me that the last thing they think when the ball is released from the shooter's hand, which part the hand dominates the touch and feel of the ball, so I understand that the players just do not know the importance of fingering the ball to release the ball. Of course, I would say that most players are fully aware of the hand-ball or ball alignment on the ball, I'm referring to a free throw where the player has time, but when the T players are n Zed pattogásukkal V or so-called pre-shot repertoire rutinukkal or before a free throw, you'll wonder how some players can even see the ball, and the ball Align right hand before starting to shoot. Go ahead, challenge me to look and see if I'm right. In any case, this is very important. This is when it comes down to the gentle pebble
Because I do not think that relying on natural human makeup is a great shooter, I feel that natural makeup is not perfect enough, basketball or engineering precision. As a human unit we become perfect, but if it involves external activities, it becomes subjective. We need the help of scientific criteria and physics to help the imperfect anatomical structure. That's because I know I'm fit in the box. No matter how hard I tried in my great shooting age I have never been able to achieve the numbers of efficiency that I did during my later life because I learned psychically and physically, not just physically.
The shot begins in the brain. That's the mind on the matter. Product processing. It begins before the end. Alpha before omega. You get the picture. It is a fact that a large percentage of players think of the shot, rather than focusing on the increasingly important mechanics at the moment of liberation. This is where the tires meet on the road. When you shoot a regular balloon, ask yourself what you are doing at the moment of release. Do you think why most players differ? These are not. We did not get out of the shooter's whole. They were trained from the coach. And how many trainers there were shooters at the college or let them say it. How many great shooters were on campus or Pro rankings. Not many. You see the difference with which to fight.
You will see how much time I spent with isolating each fist and participating in the recruitment process. Well, I know that when I start teaching my methods and secrets, many players have difficulty adjusting the thinking process from basket to self. This is completely reversed from what you are used to. Some simply move around, but it takes longer with others, and that's understandable. One of the most important factors, if not the most important factor in shooting, is to shoot straight. And what guarantees that the shot goes straight? The index finger is not .
There is a definitely different feeling in the shot of a flat ball and a fully inflated ball. It's hard to explain. You just have to try it. If you are a player who has difficulty connecting the brain to the ball through the fingerprints, try to shoot with a flat ball. Here is the feeling you will feel or feel. The natural tendency is that when a ball hits, the shooter's wrist tends to spin or at least sideways. This is the weight of the middle finger and the ring finger that usually cause uranium. By shooting a flat ball you will feel the recess more pronounced than an inflated ball. The extra time needed for the innervation will move you to your conscious brain, which fingers apply how much pressure the ball has to do. This needs to be understood, felt and improved. Ideally, the ball should generate energy from the tip of the index index to the broad base of the pink finger and wide thumb. This wide base must remain the same from the beginning of recording to the end. Meanwhile, you are aware of these two dreaded fingers (ring finger and middle finger) so that you do not let the bullet head dominate.
You almost have to see this whole process in your mind, in the subconscious, before you can really do it. This is a case where you really need to tune in with the super fine muscles. If you feel the capillaries on your fingers, you're on the right track. The big shot is really a fine muscle dominance and not a big muscle control. You do not just feel or control the bullet energy, but you need to know how many inputs you have to the ball that every finger will deliver. The strength generated by each fingers must be counted and measurable.
With this knowledge you can enter the true knowledge and feedback that you need to repeat or change the next shot. Because that's all. THE NEXT STEP. It's about how much you can control your physical abilities with full mental knowledge and understanding. Shooting not only throws the ball into the basket and hopes the best. You can control the fate of every shot when you pull the trigger because it actually calculates the distances and the direction because you have a perfect knowledge of these mechanical and scientific principles.
The percentages you feel are 90%, almost zero on the middle finger and the pinky finger, and about 5% on the thumb and the pinky pad. In order to give an idea of incorrect fingerprints, I attended the 2009 NBA All-Star Weekend and Jam Session where everyone gets the game. There was a "Get-a-grip" booth and a huge basketball was on it with one hand. Below, there were about a dozen balls where professional players on the balls with embossed hands where people can fit their hands with the balls of the balls. Well, the bad thing is that every ball and each grip placed its middle finger at the center of the ball. My crab is that it helps to keep track of irregular tracking. The strongest part of the hand is the index finger when it is aligned with the inner side of the forearm, which forms an imaginary ruler or pistol.