To the World of Basketball:
Please see the generally accepted instructions for basketball shooting. Most coaches use at least six common commands and will address them in two articles.
Three of the rules are (1) "SQUARE UP", (2) "ELBOW DIRECTLY ON THE BALL", and (3) "WRIST FLIPPING" ball.
ARE SOME SUGGESTION THAT THIS IS TRUE?
For more than 18 years, I've been researching and studying the shooting and continuing these old "myths". They have been taught kids for decades and the shot is in the dumpster at all levels of the game. Have you ever thought that maybe they were the cause of the shooting?
THE LARGEST LASERS DO NOT MAKE IT!
I stated here that the open position is more effective and stronger than the survey. That the elbows are not "directly" under the ball and that the release with the wrist and the hand with a fully elongated arm results in better image (NOT by the wrist movement). And, SURPRISE, this shooting mode is the "secret" that almost all the biggest shooters have always done!
(1) SPECIAL WORKS OF WORK … TWO-COLLECTION WORK!
I do not know where this all started, but for me the square position is very effective … for a handshake shot that no one is doing! I could shoot the shots so I played, and I also used a hand-held, underhanded free throwing technique for some time in high school. The former was good, but the latter was uncomfortable if it was ineffective. Some people simply can not get rid of it, and no one likes it, except the wonderful Rick Barry. Two-handed recording is outdated!
OPEN STANCE is much stronger, stronger …
The open position and "jumping" to shoot is a natural way to shoot. There is no reason to square your shoulders and keep them as you shoot with one hand. Any puppy when asked to roll a ball with one hand will rotate the body while firing, so the strong arm moves toward the goal. And the open position is more stable. As a coach once said when I mentioned the value of an open stand: "It's like a boxer, he'll stand to throw the traps!" Yes, a left-handed boxer uses an open position with his right leg, right shoulder, and right arm to his opponent. Stopping the space would give you a poor situation. Power and stability are open. Push the wall from a square position, then open the position and press it again. Do you feel more power in the latter? To learn fast recording, simple 1-2 steps can be done quickly. What's more important, if you quickly settle down (and miss a lot of shots) or shoot for success?
(2) THE APPLICATION OF SAVINGS? WHY TO ASK IT?
When you align your hand with the shotgun and the basket, and your hand against the basket directly against the shot line, the elbows will be slightly (5-10, depending on the length of the arm), not directly below the ball (19659002) (3) THE CONTINUATION OF THE WRIST IS FULL-TWITCH MUSKS
One way to wrap a wrist is to increase the power of basketball shooting, but I guess you can see that it provides energy and control for less reliable pressure muscles. The wrist-moving motion is horizontal, so it flips the shot and "warmer" (less gravity slows down)
PACKAGING ACTIVITY LOWERED, RIGHT PREVIOUS
Alternatively, the wr stretched wr and the hand can be cast into a "Constant Motion" shape, eliminating all kinds of variables. Thus, the shooter feels better as if coming from the fingertips. Movement then relies on larger, more reliable legs and lower / middle bodies with varying performance.
So there are 3 myths about Stance, elbows and liberation. In the following article, we will conduct three more studies and present the simple "Swish Method" approach for recording.
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