Guest Post Submitted By Josh Landson Human nature and its many influences on the field of sports has been the subject of various studies over the last few decades. A fair number of these studies examine how different sports attract people with different sets of psychological traits. For example, football attracts many aggressive players and…
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(This is a guest post by Ed Palubinskas)
The free throw shot is the most important skill to learn in basketball, and yet it is still the most inadequately taught. There is a huge lack or void of sophisticated shooting information out there. Just take a look at the national free throw shooting percentages in the pros, (75%) colleges (68%) and high schools about (65%). There is only a 10% difference between high-school and professional ranks.
We are all capable of shooting much better. However, we practice the wrong mechanics. Practice does not make perfect. Perfect practice makes perfect.
Also, knowledge is not power. Applied knowledge is power. The common denominator that mediocre shooters share is an obvious lack of scientific information applied to mechanical application.