The goal of weeks 1-8 were to acquire the skills for shooting. This means that every graduate should have some level of comfort with all of this and they should have the ability to self-correct, that is, they should be their own best shot coach.
After this week, the shooters enter a stage that I would call Shot Training. In other words, they’ve acquired the skills to shoot in this course. Now, they must have a plan that allows them to put in the necessary reps to move them from consciously controlling their shots, like they’re doing right now, to unconscious mastery.
To assist the players in their next stage, I’ve compiled everything we’ve done into a single shooting workout chart. I condensed the first 3 weeks into 6 focal points that I thought were the most important. The rest of the workout covers all of the footwork and types of shots from each week of the course.
However, there’s two shots at the bottom of the chart that you haven’t seen. Those are the two new shots that we’ll learn this week.
So, to sum it up, this week we’ll learn two new shots and we’ll get familiar with the chart that you will be using in your second stage of Shot Development.
First, lets’ start with what’s new this week!
Better Basketball first gained its notoriety with Rick Torbett's player development series which cultivates the fundamental skills of basketball. This course is for you if you are a: * a player looking to develop a consistent, repeatable jump shot, or * a coach seeking an extremely detailed, easy-to-follow shooting curriculum for training players (beginners through more experienced). In this...