Articles2018-09-09T21:46:27+00:00

Improving Game Shooting, Part 1

Why do we train the way we do? Why is it you or your team might shoot the lights out at training and then go ice cold in games? It's one of the most frustating parts of the game, not getting reward for practice. There are some fundamental flaws in how we view shooting as a skill, and how [...]

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Improving Game Shooting, Part 4

Teaching - Why aren't we learning from our errors? Why is it you or your team might shoot the lights out at training and then go ice cold in games? It's one of the most frustating parts of the game, not getting reward for practice. There are some fundamental flaws in how we view shooting as a skill, and how [...]

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The Case Against Stationary Ball Handling Drills

Are they doing more harm than good? Do stationary ball handling drills have a downside? I think they do and the science seems to support it, here's why. In a Nutshell When do most ball handling turn-overs occur? Either under pressure, on a change of direction/acceleration move and/or in reaction to a defenders movement. Now let's [...]

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Improving Game Shooting, Part 3

Learning - The negative effect of training and teaching methods Why is it you or your team might shoot the lights out at training and then go ice cold in games? It's one of the most frustating parts of the game, not getting reward for practice. There are some fundamental flaws in how we view shooting as a skill, [...]

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Improving Game Shooting, Part 2

Practice - Too much ego shooting Why is it you or your team might shoot the lights out at training and then go ice cold in games? It's one of the most frustating parts of the game, not getting reward for practice. There are some fundamental flaws in how we view shooting as a skill, and how we go [...]

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Learning & Refining Skills

How skills are learned and refined through practice If you have never considered how skills are actually learned, and developed or refined over time then you are simply hoping that your training is resulting in learning, rather than making sure it does. The way the body learns and refines skills, whether they be simple or more complex movements [...]

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