Basketball Rebounder

Practice makes Progress

You may be familiar with the age-old adage “practice makes perfect.” At first glance, this might make a lot of sense. After all, the players you idolize may seem like the epitome of perfection at their craft. And you can be sure that they have put in the practice day in and day out for their whole lives. So it must follow that practice makes perfect.

In reality, this saying may do more harm than good. The truth is, perfection should not be the ultimate goal of each practice session. With this mindset, each practice session is set up for failure from the beginning. As you continually get better, you’ll quickly begin to realize how far you have to go. There are three phases that most athletes go through:

Phase 1
You aren’t very good, but you don’t know it yet.

Phase 2
You are getting better, and you think that you are close to being perfect.

Phase 3
You are really good at what you do, but you understand how far you still have to go.

Getting to Phase 3 requires you to not only develop your physical skills, but a disciplined mind that understands the difference between progress and perfection.

When you readjust your expectations and begin practicing for progress, instead of perfection, it becomes much easier to actually improve. Allowing yourself to celebrate the small victories that come when you are aiming for slow and steady progress puts you in a much healthier space overall, and major breakthroughs are easier to achieve.

The key to progress is consistency, and with our one-of-a-kind basketball rebounder, you are able to develop a consistent and efficient practice regimen that you can carry out easily without the assistance of anyone else. The time saved by our rebounder means that you will be able to take more shots, from the same position, in less time. In the end, this means faster progress! Shop for yours today!