- Learn drills to improve your shooting with Five-Star Basketball Shooting Instructor Barry Brodzinski
- Demonstration of 50 unique drills that develop proper shooting techniques
- As players work on shooting technique and accuracy, they also improve their conditioning
with Barry Brodzinski, Five-Star Basketball Shooting Instructor
"Shooting is hard work!"
In 20 years of experience as the shooting instructor at the legendary Five-Star Basketball Camps, Coach Barry Brodzinski has taught thousands of players. His experience indicates that even great players don't properly use shooting drills to elevate them to the next level.
Likewise, coaches at times are limited in their experience to incorporate shooting drills into their practices so that players improve their shooting daily. By utilizing the drills on this DVD, players can easily take 500 shots in an hour workout and truly improve their shooting. Coaches can build these drills into the framework of their practice sessions.
The first half of this DVD is dedicated to 25 Individual shooting drills. Warm-up shooting, shooting on the move, triangle shooting drill, post shooting drills, full court shooting, and the "Combo 24" free throw conditioning drill are highlights. Players who work out on their own must go at game speed, set "shots made" goals, and never leave the court without making the last shot.
The final 25 drills, coaches shooting drills, focus on Multi-player shooting drills; they are beneficial because they rely on good passing, teamwork, excellent communication, and hard work. Shooting drills such as "Beat the Ghost", Distraction drill, full court dribble shooting, corner shooting, shuffle shooting, and team partner shooting drills are creative and demanding.
As players work on shooting technique and accuracy, they also improve their conditioning. Overall, these 50 fast-paced drills can be added into your individual or team workouts. With reinforcement of proper technique and a high degree of repetition, players will gain greater confidence, and success, as a shooter.
72 minutes. 2006.