By charting your "shot tendencies" you'll discover what you should really be working on.
Here's how it works:
You'll need a coach or a partner to help you out and chart your shots. You'll also need a clipboard, paper, and a pen.
Next, head to the gym and shoot a bare minimum of 50 shots. Ask your partner to chart your shots. The KEY is to chart detailed results of each shot. You will track how many shots fell short, too long, to the left, and to the right. This information will help you determine what you need to work on.
For example, if you consistently miss short (like many players do), you need to work on your power and distance control.
If you consistently miss to the right and the left, you need to fix the mechanics of your foot and/or arm alignment.
This is all about practicing SMART to optimize your efforts.
If you think about it, it's silly to go out and practice hours and hours without knowing your shot tendencies. You should probably chart tendencies every couple months.
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