Free Perimeter Shooting Workout
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This shooting workout is a great way to improve your shooting, develop rhythm, build confidence, and get up a high amount of reps in a short amount of time.

This workout will last approximately 50 to 70 minutes and you will get 350 to 450 shots

Download Free Shooting Workout

Form Shooting - One Hand - 20 Shots
Form Shooting - With Guide Hand - 30 Shots
Short Long - Top - 30 Shots
Short Long - Right Wing - 30 Shots
Short Long - Left Wing - 30 Shots
Two Games of Seven - Approx 40 to 100 Shots
Block to Right Wing - Mid Range - 10 Shots
Block to Right Wing - Long Distance - 10 Shots
Block to Left Wing - Mid Range - 10 Shots
Block to Left Wing - Long Distance - 10 Shots
Block to Right Wing - 1 Dribble Shot - 10 Shots
Block to Left Wing - 1 Dribble Shot - 10 Shots
Block to Right Wing - 2 Dribble Change - 10 Shots
Block to Left Wing - 2 Dribble Change - 10 Shots
Ray Allen Shooting Drill - 2 Games - 50 to 70 Shots
Shoot 5 Free Throws Between Every Drill - Total of 75

For a longer description of each drill, you can click on the following links or watch the videos below.

Short Long
Two Games of Seven
Block to Wing - Shot, 1 Dribble, 2 Dribble Change
Ray Allen Shooting Drill

Short Long

Seven - 1:25 to 2:49

Block To Wing - Shot - 0:15 to 0:35

Block To Wing - 1 Dribble Shot - 1:12 to 1:47

Block To Wing - 2 Dribble Change Shot - 2:29 to 3:05

Ray Allen Shooting Drill

What do you think? Let us know by leaving your comments, suggestions, and questions...


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asher says:
4/5/2020 at 11:57:09 PM

I am looking for new work outs during the coranavirus and these workouts are great


Joe Haefner says:
8/8/2014 at 5:17:20 PM

Thanks, Tito. I'm glad that you have found them helpful.


Tito R. says:
8/7/2014 at 10:03:25 AM

Love these drills, I worked with my son this summer utilizing these drill can see the improvements. I really like the game of sevens and the long-short drills there quick, and they push my son and others I have worked with to improve. Thank you keep them coming.


coach joseph says:
7/24/2014 at 9:32:33 PM

that's great drills and hope it can make my players good at shooting. Thank you


Rolando P. Cimafranca says:
7/6/2014 at 6:24:56 PM

Can send me directly the video thanks


Joe Haefner says:
6/22/2014 at 5:16:32 PM

Ben, we appreciate the feedback!

I agree that there were some travels in there for the Kevin Durant drill.

During that workout, I was emphasizing the shooter to maintain a shooting position (feet set, eyes on the rim) prior to driving. That's why there was a pause prior to making the move every time.

I agree that emphasis points are important for every drill. Teaching and emphasis are what make the drill helpful, not the drill itself.

It's also detrimental to focus on too many aspects of the skill at once... paralysis analysis... probably should have used a different day for the video or had a different emphasis on the day I brought the camera.

I guess I didn't think it was a big deal that he was traveling on some of the moves as we easily cleaned this up in another workout. “Ball quick to the floor.” I guess I thought most coaches understood this rule and would not have an issue with it... maybe my thought process is incorrect.

For the Ray Allen Shooting drill, I have tweaked that drill and I now emphasize that players must.... step forward on every pass. Players make more shots and stretch their shooting range within the drill just by adding that little emphasis point.

However, the shooting position of feet forward and head back is something I teach. It's something I recently added as an emphasis point over the last few years. It has helped shooters that I work with. If you watch game film, you'll notice a high percentage of great shooters have the same technique.

Thanks again and we appreciate the conversation!


Ben says:
6/22/2014 at 1:10:11 AM

The KD sweep move is travel most of the time (as shown by the demonstrator). While allowed in the NBA, not so where the game is refereed to FIBA rules.

The Ray Allen drill is somewhat dangerous. Because the next shot is behind the previous, there is a tendency for the shooter to be heading back before completing the shoot - feet land forwards and head a little back. An almost subconscious action as they know the next spot to move to is behind!

The demonstrator shows this flaw on numerous occasions with poor balance at the end of the shot. With a (well) coached session this can be identified and perhaps eliminated, although can be difficult to remove with a player prone to such movement.

Like what you''re trying to do, however for those players/coaches without the knowledge and awareness some of these drills might be hurting more than helping.

That''s my thoughts anyway.....


Joe Haefner says:
5/23/2014 at 2:20:19 PM

Thank you. We appreciate the kind words.


Daniel Brown says:
5/23/2014 at 12:16:22 PM

Really like the emphasis of the reverse pivot, which keeps players eyes focused on the whole floor and any open team mates prior to making their move.


g a stopp says:
5/22/2014 at 10:54:45 AM

Really good stuff. Thanks and please keep them coming.



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