How I Fixed My Jumpshot- I Prom1se Ep. 3

18-May, 2019
3 175 Ko‘rishlar soni

Shooting is the most valuable skill in the game of basketball. Becoming a good shooter requires a ton of effort and sacrifice, but if you are willing to put in the work, it can completely transform your game. In this episode of the I Prom1se Basketball Series, I share my story of how I was able to fix my jumpshot and how it changed everything.
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  • Hey trice I have a question will my jump shot change overtime rn I am 12 years old my set point is at my chin do you think it will change when I am a varsity thx

    Peem BballPeem BballOy oldin
    • @Trice which video

      Peem BballPeem Bball29 kun oldin
    • If you go on my channel, I have a link to my business email in the "About Section".

      TriceTrice29 kun oldin
    • @Trice hey bro can I have send you my form in gmail pls cuz me no have ig

      Peem BballPeem BballOy oldin
    • What's up man? Hope you enjoyed the video! I'd say that as you get older (and naturally stronger) your set point will become more normal. If you want to speed up that process and start working on your jump shot early, I'd suggest doing a lot of form shooting close to the hoop to practice the form you want to develop. That means getting about 1-2 feet away from the front of the rim and practice your form. Make sure your elbow is tucked underneath the ball and your feet are slightly turned so your hip is lined up with your shooting elbow. Then work on starting with your knees bent and shooting with good form. It may take some practice, but I think if you do form shooting for about 30min a day and before you play, you'll start seeing results faster! I also suggest filming yourself shooting so you can see any corrections you need to make. Hope this helps!

      TriceTriceOy oldin
  • Why am I now seeing this that was heat

    Beerus44Beerus44Oy oldin
    • @Trice 💪🏾

      Beerus44Beerus44Oy oldin
    • Appreciate it! You're here now🤷🏼‍♂️

      TriceTriceOy oldin
  • Hey bro how did you get on the team in college if you couldn’t shoot ? We’re you able to get to the rim? Or going in did you already have your shot fixed

    Ruben GRuben GOy oldin
    • @Ruben G I feel that! I'd say start trying to fix it this off-season (hopefully the video was helpful and if you wanna hit me on Instagram or Twitter I'd be happy to send some drills your way) then try to get on at a school in the spring. It's probably a little late to try and make a roster this fall, but it gives you several months to grind and get your jumper right. In the meantime, I'd start reaching out to coaches via email and recruiting questionnaires. Let them know you're willing to work hard and contribute in any way possible, even if that means redshirting or being a practice player. Then once you get your foot in the door, you gotta grind and fix what needs to be corrected in order to get on the floor. I appreciate you checking out the vid!🙏🏼

      TriceTriceOy oldin
    • @Trice good looks bro ✊🏽 it’s because I’m looking to play college basketball too, I graduated this summer and I want to have a shot at putting on a jersey again. I can handle the rock and get to the rim but my shot is just so bad, I need to get that in check

      Ruben GRuben GOy oldin
    • Honestly, I got in because I was a smart player and I had a great work ethic. That was enough for the coach to let me join the program, but I didn't have any promise of playing time. I even redshirted the first semester of my freshman season because they knew I wasn't ready to contribute yet. That's when the coach had a conversation with me and let me know that if I ever wanted to see consistent time on the court, it would have to be because I was a knock down shooter. From that point on, I kept working to fix my jumper. Reps on reps. There's no secret formula, you just gotta put the work in consistently every day! Thanks for watching.

      TriceTriceOy oldin
  • Great Vid

    Joed MartirJoed Martir3 oy oldin
    • Thank you!

      TriceTrice3 oy oldin
  • Bro!! Dope! Keep up the good work. I'll def subscribe, I love sports and documentaries. Also trying to reach your level of production.

    Adventures In Finding MyselfAdventures In Finding Myself6 oy oldin
    • I appreciate it bro! Glad you enjoy the content.

      TriceTrice6 oy oldin
  • What drills you did

    H.E.C SHANOH.E.C SHANOYil oldin
    • @Trice videos that can influence go along way

      H.E.C SHANOH.E.C SHANOYil oldin
    • I appreciate that bro. Glad you enjoy them, the good thing about wanting to become your best is you are the one in control of it.🙏🏻

      TriceTriceYil oldin
    • @Trice thanks true i love your videos always makes me want to become the best

      H.E.C SHANOH.E.C SHANOYil oldin
    • Depends on if I was shooting by myself or with a rebounder/shooting machine. The drill isn't as important as the number of reps. If you perfect your form, or at least get it to where it's consistent and comfortable, then you just put up a high number of game-type shots each day, then you will no doubt see results. It's all about be willing to put in the time.

      TriceTriceYil oldin
  • Great job man keep working and I will too, see u soon

    The SpeedsterThe SpeedsterYil oldin
  • What school you play in?

    BallinBoxerBallinBoxerYil oldin
  • I’m sorry about your grandfather man. Great video.

    Austin 73Austin 73Yil oldin
    • Trice you’re right man I appreciate it. I personally start close always. Other than a pickup game I don’t really shoot threes. Just for the past few years I’ve tried to make my shot look exactly like a certain player that now idk how to not do that. Idk how to find what’s mine and not something I wish was. You know what I mean?

      Austin 73Austin 73Yil oldin
    • @Austin 73 I felt like that alot when I first started rebuilding my shot, and what always helped me was just breaking down everything to the basics and taking it one day at a time. By starting close to the hoop and focusing on form then working your way out, your helping build habits. Eventually the muscle memory takes over after you've done it enough, and your release becomes more consistent. It's all about having patience.

      TriceTriceYil oldin
    • Trice thank you. I’ve tweaked with my shot so much I don’t really even know what’s “my shot” if you know what I mean

      Austin 73Austin 73Yil oldin
    • I can't say a specific time that it happened, but just over the course of about a year of consistent shooting everyday and making tweaks to my release, I started realizing that my shot was way more consistent then it had been in the past. I really believe if you take the time to get your form down right, once you put in the reps, your body develops the muscle memory on its own. Everyone is different, but I think that's the best way to do it.

      TriceTriceYil oldin
    • Trice oh ok. I feel you man, my grandparents mean the world to me. That’s a good promise to live on. How long did it take you to get your shot down into consistent muscle memory?

      Austin 73Austin 73Yil oldin
  • Dude I love your videos and your workethic I have also been developing my shot over the years I noticed that in your jumper your knees go in very quickly dont they hurt? Holler from Portugal

    Hugo MaricatoHugo MaricatoYil oldin
    • It was a good question for sure!

      TriceTriceYil oldin
    • @Trice thank you I know that some great shooters do it but I was curious about you because your knee movement is so fast it made wonder Thanks anyway

      Hugo MaricatoHugo MaricatoYil oldin
    • Glad you enjoy them! Also my knees have never really hurt so I haven't really noticed it too much. There are a few good shooters out there who's knees do the same thing (Kevin Durant and Dame Lillard) so I don't really worry about it too much. Good luck developing your shot, it's a long process but it's worth it. Appreciate the support from Portugal!

      TriceTriceYil oldin
  • Great episode. Never stop grinding.

    IzrahiahIzrahiahYil oldin
    • Appreciate it! Thanks for watching.

      TriceTriceYil oldin
  • Great episode bro. Shout out to Gramps

    nikewarrior24nikewarrior24Yil oldin
    • @Trice No problem. 👌🏿

      nikewarrior24nikewarrior24Yil oldin
    • I appreciate the love bro. Thanks for watching!🙏🏻

      TriceTriceYil oldin
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