Basketball Rebounder

1-Hand Form Shooting Drill

There are five seconds left in the game and you get the ball from your teammate to make the final shot. It’s coming down to the buzzer, the pressure is heavy, and the crowd is doing everything except being quiet. It’s at this time that you want your shot to be perfect. With all eyes on you, you don’t only want to make the basket, but you want to do it flawlessly.

To execute this shot perfectly, you need to practice your form over and over again, until it is something you can practically do in your sleep. Rely on your muscle memory to kick in when the seconds are ticking down so you can help your team to victory!

This 1-hand form shooting drill (by FitDeck) has eight steps for you to practice meticulously to perfect the first step of good shooting form.

Remember this mantra for perfect 1-hand form when shooting:

  1. Dominant foot forward
  2. Knees bent
  3. Elbow under
  4. Lock that elbow
  5. Full extension
  6. Follow through
  7. Tight backspin on the ball
  8. Watch the ball go through the basket

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