Below is a list of common mistakes during recording and suggestions for correction.
Error: The shot is short.
Correction: Short shot usually does not use your foot, incomplete tracking or slow or uneven rhythm. By feeling it, you need to be able to determine whether you need to emphasize your foot strength, keeping your arm running all the way until the ball reaches the basket or rhythm.
Error: Your shot is long.
Correction: The shooting arm extends over a flat plane (less than 45 degrees). Raise the shooter's arm upwards by taking a higher arc at the shot (45-60 degrees). Your turn will be restored to your shoulders. Shoot your head and your shoulders forward and upward to the rim as you follow. Your hands are too far apart from the ball to block the ball. Move your hand closer.
Error: The shot is inconsistent or short.
Correction: Probably an incomplete and inconsistent elbow extension is included in the footage. Pull out your arm with a full elbow extension to follow.
Error: The shot hits the right side of the edge (right-hand shot).
Correction: Opposite the basket or no square, or kick your head and elbow with the shot ball and pull your arm to the right side of the shot. Start the body square in the basket. Place the ball between the ear and the shoulder with the shooter's hand at the front of the flange. This allows you to move your arms and fingers to the basket.
Error: The shot hits the left side of the edge (right-hand shot).
Correction: Opposite the basket or no square, or with the right hip or too far the ball starts with the shot that moves the ball to the left and left. Sliding the ball is a mistake that does not result in the use of the legs. Start the body square in the basket. Place the ball on the head shot side between the ear and the shoulder, the shooter with the hand on the front and the elbows. Shoot your gun, wrist, and finger straight to the basket.
Error: The shot has no range, control, and consistency. Missing short, long or both sides.
Correction: Probably reduces the ball and / or the ball is placed behind the head and shoulders and throws the ball into the basket with controversial consequences. Dropping the ball or throwing the ball is a mistake that does not result in down and upward use of the legs. Set the ball up high on the head shot side of the ear and shoulder against the shooter's hand. Emphasize your feet down and up and move completely until the ball reaches the basket. Launching will be faster, with less chance of chance and less chance of blocking the shot.
Error: The shot falls to the side of the flange and circles (right-hand shot).
Correction: The ball was slid to the side. The most common cause of the sidespin starts with the shot hand on the side of the ball and then turns his hand behind him. When you shoot more firearms, the ball hits the sidespin on the right side of the rib and turns to the left. If it is rotated, the ball hits the left side of the edge and rolls to the right. Other reasons for the sidespin are the ball on the palm, the ball slipping from the ring finger, not the firing of his index finger, placing his hand on the ball or moving the ball with the non-shooting hand.
To prevent the hand from rotating, the ball can be slipped by the ring finger or by moving the hand, position the shooter's hand behind the ball to stand at the front of the basket and hit it manually, pointing straight to the basket.
To prevent the ball from moving without your hand, place your ring finger and your pink finger under the ball. Push the thumbs and fingers of the non-shooting hand to help shoot the ball with the gun. Place the shooter's hand behind the ball and look at the basket and shoot with his hand and pointing straight to the basket. First, your shot may be inclined to go to the left, as it does not get extra strength from the non-shooting hand. You will learn to adjust when you use more energy on your feet and shot manually.
Error: When jogging is turned off, the basket left or right is missing.
Correction: He probably got to the side of the ball and starts shooting from his body. When you shoot at the top of the shot knee, skip the ball and pick up the ball with a shot at the top of the ball, so when the ball is up, the shooter is in front of the target.
Error: When switched off, swipe forward, reverse or sideways.
Correction: When it is open, it drops the front of the shot knee. Pick up the ball by shooting your knee before (shooting hand on top of the ball) kneeling bending to balance the shot and prevent floating.