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Old 09-19-2012, 03:30 AM   #13
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Default Re: Has my jump shot form improved, and any critiques on my new form or dribbling?

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Originally Posted by Permodius
I'll get another video up, but I want to make sure that I actually make some progress before doing so. I don't want to think that I improved my shot, record it, and then find out that I am just giving you guys more footage of the same form I was using before. I am definitely working on it though. I've been doing some research, and apparently having an open stance is the way to go instead of squaring up, so I will try that out. Also making some slight tweaks to my shot pocket and where I place my guide hand.
I would highly suggest carrying on on the research. Nothing's more effective than the things you've found yourself and thought of explanation/rationale yourself.
The shooting form changes gradually, so you'd have to force the form you trying to make a habit. Shooting must be "natural", meaning all habits, but they are not put into effect quickly... That sucks... Good luck
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