Posted: Sun Feb 25, 2018 8:37 am Post subject: Ask a video of you playing and watch it
The core is the following areas: abdominal muscles, the hips and the lower back. A well developed core lets a player generate force that can be tapped through the legs to be applied to faster running and jumping during games.
Hand signals can help stop you from making bad passes. Hand signals can help you if your teammate on the court.
Good footwork remains a shot when you are posting up. You must beat the good spot ahead of your opponent. Once you've reached a good spot, you need to know how to defend it. Both skills rely on solid footwork.
Never turn away from the ball so that you're ready for what's coming.This keeps you aware of the court and you won't be surprised when turnover potentials come up or quick passes. Keep an eye open for areas that are open.
Pay attention closely to the shoulders if you've suddenly developed a shooting slump. When the shoulders are wrongly positioned, you will never make the basket regardless of how good your abilities are. Keep your shoulders squared with the hoop. The shoulder that's dominant should be perfectly aligned with the hoop rim.
Ask a video of you playing and watch it. You can see things differently as you observe the game and what plays you missed. Be honest with yourself but not overly critical.
Practice with your weak hand as much as possible. Tie your dominant hand to the rear of your back to ensure you only to use your weaker hand. You will get new dribbling skills with your non-dominant hand for dribbling.
Good footwork can really help you get those rebounds. The defender in your path will be moving at you, so you need to find any way you can to slide around him that gets you to the ball. This will get you to secure the rebound without getting penalized for a foul.
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