If you've ever wanted to know how to shoot like Steph Curry, you've come to the right place.
In this video, we did an in depth analysis of Steph Curry’s shooting form.
This isn’t necessarily what you must do, but our goal is just to show you exactly what one of the best shooters in the world does when he shoots.
In future videos, we will discuss exactly why shooters do what they do, and we will explore every aspect of the jumpshot in detail.
Want to learn how to shoot like Kobe Bryant?
Want to discover the secrets to how Kobe shoots, so you can mimic his shooting strategy?
If you want to understand Kobe Bryant's genius when it comes to shooting...
You've come to the perfect place!
We heard all your comments on which player's shooting form breakdown you'd like to see...
Which is why in our newest video post, we did an in depth analysis of Kobe Bryant's shooting form.Continue reading
It's Saturday afternoon and you're pumped to go to the gym and work on your jumpshot...
You get to the gym. You're alone and getting every rebound, expending a lot of energy. With every rebound you get frustrated and think it would be so much easier and efficient if you just had someone to get your rebounds for you...
A lot of my players deal with this frustration. I did too...
When I started working on my shot, I would go to my local rec centre early in the morning and find an empty rim to start practicing. Everyday, without fail, someone would come into the gym without a ball and ask me if I wanted a rebounder (so that in turn, I would rebound for them).
Eventually I started always saying no. Here's why...
Do you want a jumpshot that looks good? Do you wonder why your shooting form doesn't look like your favorite player's shooting form?
A lot of my players have asked me about this. Some have wondered if it should even matter what their shot looks like...
In this article, I want to shed some light on this very topic.
Ever since the media caught a glimpse of Lonzo’s shot, a lot of people have been asking me why his shot looks different than most other right handed shooters…
So I decided to create a new YouTube breakdown video where I cover exactly why he shoots the way he does.
I also explain how you can use that information to improve your own shot.
The information in this video also strengthens the case for you to find your own form.
Every shooter is completely different and so you have to tailor your shot to your own personal makeup.
You can watch the full video or read below.
Want to know how to shoot like Klay Thompson?
In this video, we did an in depth analysis of Klay Thompson’s shooting form.
Klay’s mechanics are as close to flawless as it gets.
We broke down every step of his jump shot in order to teach you why he is such an efficient shooter and the little things you can take from his game to improve your own shot.Continue reading
Warning - this article contains scientific terminology that you probably don’t care about unless you’re a bit of a nerd like I am, but I promise it will all make sense once you watch the video demonstrations at the end!
When many people think about balance, they often think about being on balance before the shot and overlook the importance of balance and stability once in the air.
There are 2 major ways to maintain balance while in the air:Continue reading
A major question that a lot of people have is why good shooters and great shooters bring their knees inward when they shoot a basketball.
In this video post, you’ll learn why this is such a common question.
You’ll also hear strength expert Elliot Hulse, address this phenomenon, as well as talk about leverage and power generation and how it could potentially help you become a better shooter.Continue reading
Our latest video post is all about the off hand (the guide hand).
The purpose of the off hand is to establish control of the ball and support it until its ready to be released.
Now, there are several different variations of off hand positions but the most common positions seen among great shooters and the one that I would recommend, is covered in this video...Continue reading
In this video, we challenge one of the most common and widely held beliefs when it comes to shooting a basketball.
And that belief is this...
In order to be a good and accurate shooter, the ball should only rest on your finger pads and finger tips and that it must stay completely off of your palm.Continue reading