The Warm up

The start

I like To start My practice by getting a little ambidextrous movement in. The goal is to get a little blood flowing.

I could drill for any big guys out there is the Mike Andrew.

Then I start working on the shot. Start nice and close. Focus on the release. Look for that soft touch.When it’s there I go onto My favorite shooting trail for basketball.Ray AllenDon’t be tempted to move on to soon.Warm up for me I’m starting, stoping, getting things flowing and focused.

Then we run the court. See where are you need to correct your movement patterns.

Then we run.

Then we run.

How to run the court.


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