The Top 4 Shooting Workouts To Challenge Yourself This Summer
This drill is a good one for find touch from different distances from the basket. As well as a great situation to improve your footwork, and keep your balance into your shot.
2. Fade-Off-The-Screen Shot
This shooting drill is a good game situation simulator. For offenses that utilize this type of screen, you’d be surprised how often you can find yourself open at the top. The key here is trying to stay on balance; straight up, straight down.
This basketball shooting drill is a perfect example of Why Moving Without The Ball Can Improve Your Basketball Career
First to 10 makes, wins.
3. Triple Move Into A Shot
This drill is essential for developing good touch with the ball while transition from your dribble into a shot. This is one of the cornerstones to developing a solid one on one game.
Make sure you stay low, quick feet, and explode on the release.
4. Full Sprint–Shot
This drill is strictly for 2 things–either becoming a better shooter, or getting in better shape. This conditioning shooting drill will end very quickly if you can make more than 1 shot in a row. If you miss more than 2 in a row, you’re in for a long night.
First to make 3 (you can set your own score limit) wins. If you make the shot, run to the far free throw line and back. If you miss, full court sprint and back! You’d be surprised how hard it is to make 3 shots when you put a tiny bit of pressure on yourself.
All drills should end with 5 made Perfect Free Throws.
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