Basketball Shooting Course & Practice Drills - Discover How to Improve Your Shooting Stroke and Become a Lights Out Shooter!
Plus Special Material for Coaches: Discover How to Develop Your Entire Team into High Percentage Shooters (Step by Step)
From: Jeff Haefner & Joe Haefner
Dear Basketball Coaches, Players, and Parents:
Is there any skill that's more important than shooting?
I think we all know that shooting is important but take a second to consider these three points:
Great basketball shooting can literally get you a college scholarship, even if you're short and slow! Countless players in the past have earned themselves scholarships, simply based on the fact that they can shoot a very high percentage from long range.
Great shooters usually get more playing time because coaches always want players that can stretch out the defense.
A very small improvement in shooting percentage can easily add another 10 points your teams score and help you win more games.
Fortunately there are many things you can do as a player and coach to get an edge on the competition. And we're about to share many of those shooting tips and secrets with you.
But before getting into the details of this new basketball shooting system, I have a few more important points that I want to convey (whether you order our new shooting system or not).
We want to share with you the...
5 Dead-Serious Truths About Basketball Shooting That ALL Coaches And Players Should Understand and Accept
FACT #1: Shooting is the #1 most important skill for basketball players to master.
FACT #2: More players have poor shooting strokes and detrimental flaws today, than they ever have in the past. This is primarily because kids start playing at such an early age and they try to mimic NBA players before they are ready. The sad truth is that these bad shooting habits stick with them.
FACT #3: Proper shooting form is the #1 most important skill for youth basketball coaches to master and teach.
FACT #4: A team with just a couple of good shooters on the floor will make your offense infinitely more dangerous and actually give your team more lay ups. Good shooters stretch out the defense and can dramatically improve your team offense.
FACT #5: A small improvement in your teams shooting percentage, will allow you to win more games. Simple math tells us that teams with high shooting percentages tend to win a lot of games.
I don't want to belabor the point... But I do want to be clear as a bell that shooting the basketball is one of the most important things for any coach or player to master.
That's why we have devoted so much attention and spent so much time developing a basketball shooting program for both coaches and players!
We have literally spent thousands of hours researching, writing, and preparing this system for you.
How This Unique System Was Developed
We have found that many of the basketball shooting DVDs, books, and programs on the market have great information. In fact, we highly recommend a few of them. But all the products seem to be missing a little something here and there. Some were complicated, some gave conflicting advice, some neglected shooting workouts, some left out advice for coaches, and so on.
So we did extensive research and gathered all the best information in ONE place. We conducted fairly extensive interviews with some of the best shooting coaches in the world. Some of these guys will blow you away. We feel lucky that they talked with us.
We have prepared this system after:
Thoroughly studying TWELVE major professional DVDs and books on shooting.
Studying TWO on-line programs on the topic.
Interviewing SIX top experts in the field.
Not to mention, we have our own 20 years of first-hand experience playing, coaching, and teaching shooting skills.
So, you can be confident in knowing that all of the information represents the best advice you could hope for on this important topic.
Some of the most exciting information came from interviewing these 6 experts in the shooting field. We wholeheartedly thank them for spending time with us and sharing their advice.
Here are the six shooting coaches that we interviewed:
Shooting Expert #1 - Dave Hopla
Dave Hopla is currently a shooting consultant and player development coach for the Washington Wizards. Dave is a great shooter himself and is considered by many to be the TOP shooter in the world. He regularly knocks down 495 out of 500 shots. Dave keeps track of all his shots when he practices and lectures. In 2004 he made 98.89%. In 2005 he shot 98.20% by making an unbelievable 35,332 out of 35,979 shots!
During the summer of 2007 Dave attended 31 camps where he shot an unbelievable 99.19%! He knocked down 11,093 out of 11,183 shots. Dave was 260 for 281 from the 3-point line for a percentage of 92.52%! On three occasions he was perfect from the field during his lecture. On June 25th at the University of Maryland he was 263 for 263. On July 28th at the CT Starters camp he was 339 for 339 (20 for 20 from the 3-point line). On August 2nd at UCLA he was 272 for 272 (also 20 for 20 from the 3-point line).
Dave has worked with many NBA, WNBA, college, high school teams and players. In 2006 Dave was hired as a shooting consultant for the Toronto Raptors. After joining the Raptors, Toronto increased its team shooting percentage every month, from 44.2% in November 2006 to 47.5% in January 2007. They also increased their 3-point shooting percentage from 30% in November 2006 to 40% in January 2007. In 2007, Dave was hired by the Washington Wizards as an Assistant Coach for Player Development. As good as a shooter that Dave is, he is even a better teacher. He resides in Washington D.C. with his wife Carole and his daughter McKenna. You can learn more about Dave at www.DaveHopla.com
Shooting Expert #2 - Tom Nordland
Tom Nordland is the creator of the highly acclaimed SWISH Basketball instructional materials on shooting and conducts numerous shooting workshops around the country. He has been immersed into shooting since 1989. Tom has worked with all levels of players, including NBA professionals.
Tom's teaching method is very unique and extremely effective. He takes a complex process and breaks it down into a simple method for the student to digest.
Tom has devoted his life to this process and has a wealth of knowledge about shooting the basketball. Nordland's unique personal story and detailed information on his background, products, and services are available at www.swish22.com.
Shooting Expert #3 - Herb Magee
Herb Magee is a nationally renown shooting expert and basketball coach. For over thirty years, he has been a shooting instructor in high demand at basketball camps and clinics. He has tutored professional basketball players from the Pacers, Kings, Nets, Spurs, and 76ers.
In addition to his shooting instruction, Magee is in his 42nd season as head coach at Philadelphia University. Coach Magee is the number one, all-time Division II men's basketball coach in NCAA history with over 829 wins. His career includes twenty-three post season tournaments and a NCAA Division II National Championship. He has coached over thirty 1,000-point scorers and 10 All-Americans.
Herb Magee is also a phenomenal shooter himself. He is one of the best shooter we have ever seen. He knocks down shot after shot at an unbelievable percentage. He rarely misses and watching him shoot is an amazing thing.
Barry has taught thousands of students how to shoot the basketball with great success. He has learned from both hands on experience and from other shooting experts via clinics and various resources. Barry has truly developed an intimate understanding of the jump shot and how to teach it to players both young and old. He has operated Cascade Sports Camp for 39 years seeing 55,000 graduates. Information regarding the camp can be found at www.cascadesportscamp.com.
In addition, Barry is regarded as one of the top high school coaches in Oregon's history. He has 656 career wins while being inducted into the National High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 1998.
Barry's high school teams saw State Tournament action 16 times taking away two titles in four Championship games and placing nine times overall. Barry was selected Oregon's Coach of the Year 4 times and District 7 (5 States) Coach of the Year twice (1983 & 1992). He was President of the Oregon Athletic Coaches Association, President of the High School Basketball Coaches Association and was the Commissioner of Basketball for the International World Masters Games held in Portland in 1998. Barry is also the founder of The Hoop, where he served as Chairman of the Board.
Shooting Expert #5 - Don Kelbick
Don Kelbick is an extremely knowledgeable and effective NBA player development coach. He works with players like Raja Bell, Bruce Bowen, Carlos Arroyo, and other pro players.
He routinely conducts intense basketball shooting drills, shooting workouts, and mental training sessions to help his clients get to the next level. Don has a wealth of knowledge and unique tips for players and coaches. His views on the mental aspects of shooting are extremely unique and interesting.
Before becoming an NBA development coach, Don Kelbick accumulated 27 years of coaching experience, 25 at the college level, including 14 years as a head coach and 10 years as a Division I assistant, including stops at Hofstra University, Marist College, Keene State College, and Florida International University. In his 2 years as a high school coach, Don's teams produced 6 Division I players and was ranked #1 in Florida 28 out of a possible 34 weeks. In addition to coaching, he has scouted for NBA teams and served as a General Manager in the USBL. For more information about Don, visit his website at www.donkelbickbasketball.com
Shooting Expert #6 - Danny Miles
Danny Miles is one of the most successful basketball coaches in the nation and ranks 7th in wins in the history of Men's Collegiate Basketball for all levels. Part of his success comes from developing teams with high shooting percentages. His teams consistently finish at the top of the pack in overall shooting percentage.
Miles will enter his 38th campaign at Oregon Tech with his Hustlin' Owls in the 2008-2009 basketball season. His milestones include: two national titles, one national runner-up, one national third place, two elite eights, ten district or conference titles, seven district runners-up, and ranked in the top 20 on 25 occasions with the highest ranking of first. Miles has averaged 23 wins per season and ranks 7th in wins in the history of Men's Collegiate Basketball for all levels.
In March of 2001, Miles was inducted into the NAIA Hall of Fame in Point Lookout, Missouri. He carries an 847-362 (.701) won-loss record and has won more games than any other basketball coach at one institution.
More information about Coach Miles is available at www.oit.edu.
We wholeheartedly thank these authorities on the subject of shooting for sharing some of their special tips and training techniques that they have found to be successful in their careers! We could not have developed such a high quality book without their help. They truly provided us with phenomenal tips and insight into the art of shooting. Thanks again.
What Kind of Results Can You Expect?
We GUARANTEE that if you follow the steps in this course and truly understand the concepts, you will become a great shooter! You can easily boost your shooting percentage by 10%, 20%, or more.
You will increase your shooting range, shot quickness, and improve your accuracy.
We tell you EXACTLY what needs to be done and there's no question-- it works EVERY time.
But it's up to you to make it happen!
You must be committed or you have NO chance.
If you expect to be a great shooter overnight, FORGET IT!
ANYBODY can become a good shooter over time. Learning these techniques, practicing smart, and putting up several hundred of the "right" kind of shots each day will get you there.
It's not easy. No matter what you do, you still have to put in the work and effort. But the reward is HUGE.
We can tell you how to get there. It's up to you to make it happen...
Here's Exactly What's Included in this Basketball Shooting System
The system is organized into 4 distinct components to make it easier for you to implement.
This might seem like a lot but to make things easier we have condensed the most important strategies into the beginning of Component #1. Everything else can be used "as you need it" and as a supplement.
At the beginning of the main eBook, we provide you with a roadmap and show you exactly how to implement this system. Be sure to read that section first!
Component #1 - 115 page eBook: How to Become a Great Shooter
This is the most important information and you should start with this eBook. This is where we gathered all the best shooting tips and information into ONE PLACE. The other components below serve as a supplement and branch off from this eBook.
This eBook includes 39 photographs showing you the exact strategies and techniques you need to be successful. Here's a summary of what's included in the eBook...
15 Things That Players and Coaches Will Learn In This eBook:
The 7 unconditional requirements to develop a great shot.
How to increase your shooting range.
How to develop a quicker release.
The most common and critical shooting MISTAKES (and how to quickly fix them).
How to overcome terrible shooting slumps -- and avoid them from happening in the first place.
How to create space and get your shot off.
22 really simple basketball shooting tips to increase your percentage.
Simple charting trick to evaluate your shot and improve quickly.
Our recommended shooting aids, resources, and DVDs (reviews).
The secret to develop supreme shooting confidence.
The mental aspects of shooting.
How to develop a superior mental edge on your competition.
How to quickly break BAD habits.
How to develop soft arc and soft shooting touch.
How to develop rock solid consistency.
Basketball Shooting Technique & Mechanics
In this section you will get a step by step explanation and the secrets to proper shooting technique. These are the mechanics and techniques that you NEED to know to become a great shooter. You will learn proper...
Stance and balance
Upforce and landing
You will also learn...
How to shoot on the move.
Proper footwork and pivoting.
Shooting off the dribble.
Shooting off the catch.
Shooting from the jump stop.
Tricks to help you remember shooting fundamentals.
How to avoid very common fundamental mistakes.
Each section includes photographs showing you the exact shooting technique and form. We break things down and cut to the chase making it super easy for you to understand.
Step-By-Step Guide For Players: How To Develop A Great Jump Shot
In this section you will learn exactly how to develop a high percentage jump shot and how to PRACTICE. We take you through the exact process you will need to follow. You will learn...
How to quickly develop proper shooting form and "good" muscle memory (step by step).
How to develop your footwork for game situations (step by step). This is where you learn how to consistently knock down shots in any game situation.
How to develop a killer practice plan that will take you to the next level.
How to quickly increase your shooting percentage by practicing "smart".
8 ways you can save time in practice and take more shots in less time.
How you can practice at home and improve your basketball shooting fundamentals.
What it takes for you to be successful and become an elite shooter.
Step-By-Step Guide For Coaches: How To Increase Your Entire Team's Shooting Percentage
In this section we provide coaches with a step-by-step strategy to develop great shooters. Your first step begins in the off-season, but you can jump into this plan any time of year. You'll find lots of unique tips in this section that you won't find anywhere else. You will discover...
An off-season shooting strategy for coaches.
Pre-season strategy for coaches (1-2 months before practice starts).
In-season shooting plan for coaches.
How to develop an effective shooting practice plan.
How to improve your team's mentality.
How to improve the shooting confidence of your ENTIRE team.
15 important shooting tips for coaches.
Youth Coaches and Parents: How to Work With Young Players
This section explains the adjustments that young players, youth coaches, and parents should make.
The truth is that many young players develop poor shooting mechanics and those bad habits stick with them for life. We'll tell you what you need to know about working with young players and doing the right thing for them. This is a critical stage for kids. They all want to shoot like Kobe but they don't have the strength. We'll tell you how to develop the shooting stroke of young players.
For your reference we have complied 55 extremely effective basketball shooting drills for coaches and players.
This eBook will help coaches and players develop practice plans and keep things interesting. The truth is that basketball is all about repeating the same process over and over again. A great way to break up the monotony is to utilize different shooting drills to challenge yourself (or your players).
In this eBook you'll find...
18 basketball shooting drills for players -- you can run these drills by yourself or with a partner.
10 team shooting drills for coaches.
9 offensive pattern shooting drills for coaches.
7 transition shooting drills for coaches.
11 competitive and fun shooting drills.
To improve your shooting you need good drills that will keep you motivated. These shooting drills will keep things interesting for you and help you stay motivated.
This eBook gives you sample shooting workouts that you can do by yourself or with a partner. This will help you see exactly what needs to be done to become an elite shooter.
We provide you with 5 extremely effective shooting workouts that you can do by your self. You'll also get 3 shooting workouts that you can do with a partner.
In addition, you'll get shooting charts that you can print out to keep track of your progress. Charting and tracking your progress is very important!
With that said, we recommend that each player develops their own unique shooting workout. Every player is different and has a unique situation. That's why a custom workout is always best. In any case, we do provide you with sample workouts to give you ideas and make things easier for you. And if you choose to, you can just take our workouts and use them "as is". They will still be very beneficial to you.
Component #4 - Six Audio Interviews with Top Shooting Experts
Last but not least, you'll get all the original audio interviews that we conducted with the 6 basketball shooting experts. All these interviews have great information and loads of tips. Even though we have extracted some of the best information from these interviews and put them in Component #1, you will still pick up new pointers from these interviews. Not to mention, the interviews will reinforce concepts and help you more thoroughly understand important shooting techniques. Sometimes it helps to hear the information directly from the original source. We recommend listening to all the interviews!
The audio recordings are available in MP3 format. By downloading the MP3 file, you can listen to the recording on your computer, in your car, on your Ipod, or anywhere that you can play an MP3.
Deanna Bradley from St. Mary of the Woods, IN says: 9/9/2008 at 9:59:32 AM
The shooting guide is quite good, especially for those dealing with youth, inexperienced players, or even those at the college level who need work on their fundamentals. We all deal with 'common' errors in shooting with our athletes, and this guide helps not only to identify and recognize the problem, but also provide simple avenues of correction at all levels.
I found the explanation and diagrams of the drills easy to follow. I will be incorporating many of them labeled Junior High+ into my practices at the college level. I'm VERY PICKY about the drills I use because I believe you need to incorporate conditioning along with the drills for equal success throughout the game. Everything needs to be game like once they have the proper technique. This guide provides drills that cover many 'repetition' drills as well as game situation drills, both 1/2 and full court.
I would recommend it to anyone who is willing to take the time to teach their players proper technique for shooting, and to become a better shooting team with the drills involved. I
Stan Shrader from Knoxville, TN says: 9/9/2008 at 11:09:16 AM
Excellent drills for high school and jr. high teams. Using these drills to improved scoring and the kids seem to respond. I'm always looking for different drills/methods to accomplish a goal so the kids won't get bored doing the same thing over and over. This guide gives many good drills and each is well explained and diagrammed.
fr. leonido c. dolor from Lipa City, Philippines says: 9/9/2008 at 6:31:16 PM
The compendium on shooting is definitely a big help to young coaches (and players, of course). It boosts their confidence in what they are trying to impart on kids who would rather imitate what they see among their idols, without realizing that their idols were started with the basics of shooting before they managed to come up with their own brand of shooting.
The books themselves are useful for their accompanying visuals, aside from the easy-to-follow instructions. What else could a coach ask for?
gary fraser from melbourne, victoria says: 9/9/2008 at 7:04:15 PM
another excellent video,particulary liked the inside pivot shooting drill off the chair which will improve footwork and squaring up to the basket. all of these shooting drills in some way or another must improve your teams overall shooting ability when taught properly. can be taught to players of all ages and skill level. another fine product and remembering it was free good to see you rewarding loyal patronage. thanks guys . cheers gary fraser braybrook victoria australia.
David from Kalispell, MT says: 9/10/2008 at 5:37:34 PM
I really liked the pictures that accompanied the instruction. This helps visualize the setup or cause of a missed shot. This really helped me in communicating the corrections that were needed to make them a better shooter. I enjoyed the variety of drills that help teach players the shots to be used in games. These drills will make my team much more difficult to defend and open up more oppurtunities for each player.
chris Hart from Brookings, OR says: 9/11/2008 at 1:08:35 PM
I thought it was great. It explained how to shoot the basketball very well. I learned alot more about how to teach someone how to shoot the basketballball. I use what I have learned with my daughter and her shot is coming along very well. I have her useing the individual shooting drills and I have been charting her progress. I would of never of thought of that with out the e-book. great job, thanks
Steve from Valparaiso, IN says: 9/16/2008 at 7:51:39 PM
Most of the book is quite good. There were some parts that I need to reread but for the most part, I found very little that I can't use.
The team I coached last year didn't have any confidence in their shot and it was frustrating watching some of our games. I will use many of the tips and teaching aids on them this year. Also, I'm thinking of holding a shooting camp during the offseason. I plan to use many of the techniques described in the book to make them better shooters.
Carlos Lopez from Pueblo , CO says: 4/19/2011 at 3:28:49 PM
I especially liked the section on how to maintain confidence using verb age that changes the way a shooter should be self talking to themselves.
The author was straight up when saying that a lot of the material was a combined effort of assorted videos and instruction from top shooting coaches. I just wished that this book was available before I purchased thousand of dollar of video to get what you will be receiving from all the info provided. You will not only save money but time (All the research is done for you).
As spending a large amount of money on basketball videos and materials, I found the e-book to be a great asset to my collection.
Donay from charlotte, NC says: 4/19/2011 at 8:32:38 PM
I found this e-book to be excellent. I love the variety of workouts that are provided for the athlete. The drills and explanations are excellent. The different books give you a great resource to improve your coaching and the athlete
This e-book was an EXCELLENT purchase. I expect I will use it for a long long time!
It gives step by step instruction on how to teach shooting in an understandable way.
The improvement in my teams' shooting increased EXPONENTIALLY due to the concepts I learned and applied from this e-book.
The trick was to keep it simple and "actually apply" the knowledge it shared.
Just to give you an idea, my own twin Daugthers recently left our Province (Newfoundland, Canada) for a high level tournament. They are 13 and competed at the 15 year old age. One twin won the three point competition and the other was second in the free throw contest. Our team was by far the best shooting team at the tournament.
The season before, at 12 years old competing in the 15 year old division, at the same tournament one of the twins shot approximately 38% from the three point line and hit eighteen threes in six games and we NEVER practice three point shooting. Actually, all the the team can knock 'em down!
More importantly, I learned how to teach the mental side of shooting to the athletes such as how to handle it when they miss.
For example, one of the girls I coach had a tough shooting game during a travel tourney and was only two for seven from the three point line. However, they were good shooting choices that just didn't go down. She knew how to handle it and had the confidence to shoot two three pointers in the last 15 seconds (she hit them both) and put us within a point in a tight game. She ended up shooting 4 for 9 (44%).
Without this e-book I would not have been able to teach her the mental side of shooting and she would have stopped shooting after she missed a few.
In particular, the charting technique taught in the e-book was critical in developing my teams' "supreme shooting confidence."
Again, a great resource. Buy it!
Mark Baker - Director & Head Coach The Basketball Academy Conception Bay South Youth Basketball Newfoundland, Canada
The shooting guide, drills and practice plans were excellent. Great fundamental tips and organizational structure that allows coaches to help their players and players help themselves. I'm looking forward to using and applying with my team soon.
Steve Swartzendruber from Paonia, CO says: 9/9/2008 at 10:51:19 AM
Haven't finished looking through all of the information yet, but what I have reviewed is excellent information and drills for my High School team. Will be passing some of the information and drills down to our Jr. High coaches and Pee Wee program.
Jose Cardenas from Los Angeles, CA says: 9/9/2008 at 11:16:53 AM
Excellent drills for youth of all ages who are trying to improve their shooting. I've tried this on my travel ball team and I have seen the kids shoot more accurate. It also helped with their confidence level.
Dave Fredrickson from Shorewood, MN says: 9/9/2008 at 11:48:54 AM
Still working through all the information provided, but what I have seen so far is excellent. I am a girls basketball coach at the youth level, young players require & need a great deal of fundementals teaching. Your books is a great guide to help mix up the drills and provide a great variety of teaching techniques that all of my players will be able to relate to, we will use your book all winter during the travel season.
Since I only started my practice this week, I hadn't time yet to try any of the exercises, but since there are some of them that I didn't know yet which should be easy to do even with quite young kids, I'm shure, that I shall use lots of it.
Michael Newham from ASHTONFIELD, NSW says: 9/9/2008 at 5:59:03 PM
This is helping the team I coach greatly. Shootting has never been a strong point in our association and this is giving my team the edge. Great product. Keep up the good work for us in Australia. Regards. Michael Newham
Excellent drills for youth of all ages who are trying to improve their shooting. I've tried this on my travel ball team and I have seen the kids shoot more accurate. It also helped with their confidence level.
Eddy Rillaerts from Kontich, Antwerpen says: 9/10/2008 at 5:11:30 AM
Very clear and and an excellent guide to teach shooting. I've used the principles already in my practice. The inclusion of some video material concer- ning shooting completes this great product. Thanks al lot, Greatings from Belgium, Eddy
Alex - West Lakes Academy England from Egremont, Cumbria says: 9/10/2008 at 9:46:43 AM
An excellent 'no-bull' guide to shooting which has made it a lot easier to plan practice sessions. I particularly like the breakdown of technique and mental focus sections. Looking forward to more guides - passing etc.
KEITH E STARR from Henderson, NV says: 9/11/2008 at 9:04:10 AM
I was very much impressed with the areas of concern in the shooting technique and the ways to correct the problems. I am so happy to have ordered the E-Book so I can keep it on file and go back to it often. I never heard about the techniques of coming out of a slump. I hope I never have to use it with my players, but we all know I will, but I am eager to find out if it works.
wayne from WOODSTOCK, GA says: 9/16/2008 at 3:39:15 PM
Since I work with younger girls, the tips and the material have helped me to better explain to the kids the points that I want to make. Our team finished 5th in the nation last year, and I think that with a lot of hard work useing some of the material in this, we will improve our shooting. Great job on putting this togather,
David Axford from Warragul, VIC says: 11/18/2008 at 4:45:00 AM
I thought it was a comprehensive review of shooting fundamentals and reinforced a lot of what I believe shooting is about. I will definitely use some of the shooting drills with the junior squad team I coach. A great and essential resource for basketball coaches. Well done!
Colin from Apperley Bridge, West Yorkshire says: 2/26/2009 at 3:54:27 PM
An excellent resource and have implemented many of the drills and used the videos with my high school senior team, and it has helped incerase the points per game. The guys are now starting to have more confidence in themselves as well, which helps a lot!! Thanks heaps for the help and guidance!
Larry Knutson from Waltham, MA says: 4/13/2009 at 11:02:49 AM
As usual with your products, I found many helpful concepts and ideas. I conduct a very detailed shooting clinic and I was able to use several things from this offering in addition to my material. I love your attention to detail, from the very basics, to the mental and visualization techniques required to master this skill. Well done!!!
Rados from Toronto, Ontario says: 4/13/2009 at 5:25:04 PM
Haven't finished looking through all of the information yet, but what I have reviewed is excellent information. There are some of the drills that I didn't know yet which should be easy to do even with quite young kids, I'm shure, that I shall use lots of it.
I am very impressed. In only a few weeks I have seen great improvements in my own children as well as in the 3rd graders, 4th graders, 6th graders and 8th graders that I coach. They are really improving every day. I wish I would have had a coach when I was a young boy who had this program. I can't wait until next game season rolls around, I believe I will see incredible improvements in all of my teams shooting percentages.
Stoney Hiljus from Cambridge, MN says: 4/14/2009 at 9:41:28 AM
The shooting guide is excellent. I am the parent of a 7th grader and coach my son's travel basketball team. The season is over but I've started using the drills with my son in the driveway. His shooting percentage on the drills is already improving and his form has improved. It certainly helps to have the guide re-inforce what I've been trying to get him to do all season. He has even picked up the guide and is reading it and I see him implementing the drills when he is outside shooting. I am a big fan!
Jason Lewis Basile Louisiana from Basile, LA says: 4/14/2009 at 10:07:46 PM
I think it is a great product. I am implementing some of the shooting tips with my son and I see a major improvement in his shot. I really learned alot from this product. I can not wait to put it in with my high school team.
Romaro Smith from Durham , NC says: 4/19/2011 at 10:15:39 PM
I find this e-book to be very helpful. It has helped me to simplify my work outs for all my youth groups. (ages 5-12) I love the sample workouts provided. Anyone involved in youth basketball will find the Shooting Guide as a great resource.
Maxim Yap from Gadong, None says: 4/21/2011 at 2:53:26 AM
This e-book has helped me tremendously! I coach Youth Basketball, as well as National Basketball as an assistant. The compilation of data, drills, analyses, goals, etc was superb! Definitely highly recommended for all levels of basketball coaching, as well as for players to build up their knowledge base.
Darrell Alexander from St. Louis, MO from Florissant, MO says: 5/14/2011 at 1:01:01 PM
Excellent drills for youth of all ages who are trying to improve their shooting. I'm using this with a few players on my High School team and I'm seeing their shooting improve and their confidence increasing.
Doug Holden from Elkview, WV says: 12/14/2011 at 12:23:37 PM
I had never coached basketball and had not played much in the last 45 years (I am 68). Due to some unfortunate timing I had to take over as coach of a Christian middle school boys basketball team for 1 year. I ordered this shooting program to make sure I was up to date on the latest shooting wisdom. I was extremely pleased with the training information provided in the material, especially the 5 interviews. Thanks to this shooting guidance I can have a clear conscience about having provided the players I coached with the best shooting practice advise for their current and future development. Thanks.
fili from TIJUANA, CA says: 3/30/2012 at 12:40:23 PM
Es un buen libro para la ensenanza del tiro,muchas ideas y ejercicios para mejorarlo tanto dentro de practica como dentro del sitema ofensivo de tu equipo.Gran informacion, clara y objetiva,un libro para ser recomendado a todos los entrenadores.
Tammy Jones from Longview, WA says: 4/5/2012 at 5:35:11 PM
These e-books are wonderful! I found them easy to understand and follow. These helped me out in my first year of coaching and I've kept them in my coaching binder to refer back to each season. I have even suggested to other coaches to get on the website and order the e-books.
Adam Bryant from Portland, OR says: 4/17/2012 at 3:19:42 PM
Great books on the philosophy of shooting. I do not like to change the kids' shooting form during the season, and these books are great to give the kids after the season so they can get themselves ready for the next year. Very easy to read and understand as a coach and as players.
Bill from Red Deer, AB says: 3/11/2013 at 10:51:24 AM
Great to have references and extra drills for the different age groups, All the drills fit well into my practices and and gives a wide variety to keep the girls moving. Shooting has to be one of your top skills to emphasize at the basics level.