One-Footed Balanced Shots 2 Slide & Shooting Drill

Focus on a form and balance.
  • Start at the free-throw line.
  • Pull one of the legs up and half squat on another, then slide to the side and shoot.
  • Try to maintain good form and balance—score five from each foot.
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No basketball training regimen is complete without incorporating free throw drills. Starting at the free-throw line, basketball players can practice one-footed balanced shots from both sides by pulling one leg up and half squatting on the other, then sliding to the side and back before shooting a basketball. It's essential to maintain good form and balance throughout the drill in order to successfully score five times from each foot. With consistent practice and perseverance, basketball players of all skill levels will soon see improvement in their basketball shooting technique and accuracy.
— Coach Dan