ISBN: 1878915029
2005 75 Minutes DVD

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Basketball Shooting: Off the Pass, Off the Dribble and In the Post includes additional drills to take players’ games to the next level. This DVD compliments the instruction offered in Hal Wissel’s first DVD, Basketball Shooting: Confidence, Rhythm and Mechanics. Coach Wissel teaches shooting off the catch from inside-out, strong-side and weak-side passes. Players will learn how to cut off screens and to shoot with a quick release.

Shooting off the dribble is taught with a series of lead-up drills including, setting up your jump shot using a shot fake, and picking the ball up off the dribble in balance and with correct hand position. Players learn to use the jump stop and crossover dribble when driving to their weak-side. Players are shown how to finish their dribble with a jump shot, lay-up or runner.

Improve post-up ability with detailed hook shooting lead-up drills, post-up moves without a dribble, and post-up counter moves with one dribble.

Also included in the DVD are one-on-one drills, and shooting contests that can be done individually or with teammates.

This DVD, along with Basketball Shooting: Confidence, Rhythm and Mechanics, will show players and coaches how Coach Wissel integrates breakthrough mental and mechanical techniques to improve shooting confidence and skill.

• Confidence and Rhythm
• Integrating the Mental and Mechanical with Keywords
• Correcting Your Shot After a Miss
• Shooting with a Quick Release
• Catch and Shoot Off Inside-Out Pass
• Catch and Shoot Off Pass From Strong-Hand Side
• Catch and Shoot Off Pass From Weak-Hand Side
• Catch and Shoot Off Screen
• Shoot-Out
• Three-Player Shoot-Out
• Shooting Off the Dribble
• Drive Off Pinch Post Jump Shot
• Reverse Off Pinch Post Jump Shot
• Drive Middle From Wing Jump Shot
• Drive Baseline From Wing Jump Shot
• Runner
• Speed Lay-Up
• Hook-Shot Warm-Up
• Hook-Shot Warm-Up With Crossover Step
• Mikan Drill
• Post-Up Moves
Drop Step Middle Hook
Front Turn Baseline Crossover Hook
• Post-Up One Dribble Moves
• One-On-One in Half Circle
• One-On-One in Full Circle

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Basketball Shooting: Off the Pass, Off the Dribble and In the Post