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GUIDE HAND FUNCTION

GUIDE HAND TURNS UP TOWARDS THROUGH THE PATH OF THE BALL WITH ALL 5 FINGERS POINTING TOWARDS BASKET. THE LINES ON THE RINGER MIMIC THE SAME MOVEMENTS THAT ALLOW YOU TO CALIBRATE THE SHOOTING ARM IN CONCERT WITH GUIDE HAND FOR A TIGHT BARREL AND VALIDATION THROUGH THESE VISUAL MARKERS. 

RINGER HANDLES THE HARD STUFF

GATHERING THE BALL

DIPPING INTO YOUR SHOT

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OCCURS WHEN WE ATTACH THE BALL WITH FIRM PRESSURE FROM ONE HAND TO BOTH HANDS. 

SHOT POCKET

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WITH WRINKLES IN BOTH WRIST, THE BALL IS BETWEEN THE BELLY BUTTON AND STERNUM READY TO SHOOT. 

SHOT BARREL

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A RYTHM THAT OCCURS WHEN DROPPING FROM A STRAIT STANCE INTO AN ATHLETIC POSITION WITH SHOULDERS OVER TOES. PLACING BODY AND SHOT BARREL IN POSITION TO PROPEL THE BALL INTO AN UPWARD TRAJECTORY. 

THE WIDTH OF THE BALL BETWEEN SHOOTERS FORK AND PERPENDICULAR GUIDE HAND THROUGH THE ENTIRE SHOT CYCLE.