Sanders Wallis - Tips For Making Three Point Shots


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Sanders Wallis enjoyed an active childhood and was a member of the Boy Scouts. He demonstrated his commitment to the group early on and eventually earned the Eagle rank.


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Sanders Wallis Tips For Making Three-Point Shots

Slide2: When he is not busy in his work as the Director of New Business Development at Wallis Printing, Sanders Wallis likes to spend his spare time watching and playing the sport of basketball. The three-point shot is one of the most important techniques to learn in the sport, not least because that extra point can make all the difference in closely contested games. These pointers should help anybody who is struggling.


Get Your Balance If you have poor balance before taking the shot it is unlikely that you are going to get it on target. This is something that a lot of players forget, particularly because they focus more on what their hands are doing. Have your feet firmly planted on the ground and square to the basket before you start the jump that leads into the shot.


Figure Out Your Form There is no universally correct way to follow through on your shots, but it is important that you find a technique that works well for you. Once you have that, you can practice on maintaining that technique so you use it consistently to the point it becomes second nature. If you’re struggling, observe more experienced players and try to emulate what they do.


As mentioned, consistency is key in making three-point shots, but nobody is perfect. You will miss on occasion, even if you have done everything right. It is important to move on from this as quickly as possible, else you will shake your confidence and make future shots difficult. Sanders Wallis is a basketball enthusiast. Forget Missed Shots


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