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How can I apply ‘create torque for a stable shoulder’ to shooting in basketball? When shooting I try to keep my shooting hand pointed at and perpendicular to the basket as long as possible. The issue is when I setup, to get my hand to line up with the basket and be flat I have to move my elbow out. This internally rotates my shoulder. Any ideas on how I can apply the ideas of torque to shooting mechanics? Thanks
You need to work with shoulder external rotation so your elbow stacks underneath your hand and your shoulder is in a better position. Your wrist rom may be an impacting factor.
If a supple leopard has his/her hand stacked directly over the elbow, and the elbow and shoulder are in a straight line towards the target, will the hand, while relaxed, also be inline to the basket?
How about the front rack Mob?
Yes, it is a front rack position.
Are you able to place your hands into the optimal set up position for front rack?
when in the front rack position, my hands are facing in. I’d like my hand to be facing the basket so I won’t need to rotate my forearm as I shoot. By minimizing forearm rotation in the shot I simplify the skill and greatly increase precision and accuracy.
In a front rack position your hands shouldn’t be facing in.
Your shooting hand is facing the basket.