7 Steps to Success at the Free Throw LineBook - 1996
Discusses the secrets of shooting free throws, detailing the mechanics of the shot, the role of the mental game, and physical techniques in a seven-step method designed to help players develop accuracy in their shots
Blackwell North Amer
On November 15, 1993, a white-haired, 72-year-old gentleman named Dr. Amberry stepped up to the free throw line and into the Guinness Book of World Records by sinking 2,750 shots in a row. He ended his 12-hour streak without a miss, stopping only because they had to close the gym for the night.
In Free Throw, he reveals his secrets. Beginning with the proper mechanics of the shot, he then explains the importance of the mental game and shares his techniques to help players stay on target even while under pressure. Combining these mental and physical elements, he presents a unique and straightforward 7-step method that teaches readers how to become a 90% free throw shooter.
The free throw is the Achilles heel of the basketball player -- many players are great from the floor but lousy at the line. Free Throw is the only book to address this important skill. Clearly written, with principles that are easy to put into practice, it is an indispensable manual for all basketball players and coaches.
The world's record-breaking free-throw shooter discusses the secrets of his skill, detailing the mechanics of the shot, the role of the mental game, and physical techniques in a seven-step method designed to help players develop a ninety percent accuracy in their shots. Original. 50,000 first printing. Tour.