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Improve Your Dribbling Skills Quickly By Using...

If you're ready to develop a slick handle and awesome
off-the-dribble moves, then you have to do these four things:

1) Learn how to control the ball mostly with your fingers.
2) Keep your head up. Never look down at the ball.
3) Strengthen your wrists and fingers.
4) Improve dribbling with your weaker hand.

Until you work on the above four things to perfection, you'll never
handle the rock like a pro, and your dribbling moves will always be
weak and out of control.

The real secret to lightning quick crossovers and flashy dribbling
moves is having great finger and wrist control, being able to keep
your head up, and being able to handle the ball with both hands.

Most people use their palms to control the ball. This isn't
good...using your palms causes you to lose control, and most
importantly, it forces you to dribble the ball slowly. If you can't
be quick with the dribble, then its really hard to be effective
with the ball...

The key is to learn how to use your fingers. Ofcourse, this takes
lots of practice. Later on this email, we'll show you how to
practically force yourself to dribble with your fingers.

Keeping your head up when you dribble is another extremely
important skill. Think about it, if you're staring down at the
ball, how will you read your defender? How will you know where your
teammates are? Keeping your head down is as good as being blind,
because you can't see in front of you.

Dribbling requires a decent amount of finger and wrist strength,
since you're constantly pounding the ball to the floor and
executing moves. Infact, the faster a dribbling move, the more
overall finger and wrist strength it requires. To gain strength in
this area, do forearm curls with a pair of dummbells. Increasing
your wrist and finger strength will also improve your shooting.

Many times, we've seen players dribble with mostly one hand and
drive only on one side of the court. This is a major disaster,
because the defense can read you perfectly. To be a lethal
offensive weapon, you have to dribble equally well with both hands,
which allows you to drive on either side of the court.

If you want to become your defender's worst nightmare...if you want
to dish, drive, and shoot at will, then improve in the four areas
we talked about in this email...

Now, are you ready to take a shortcut that will help dramatically
improve your ball-handling? There's a couple of special training
aids that help you develop much better handles ... Very few
players know about these training aids. Using them can help you get
5x better results from every ball-handling drill you do.

These training aids are the NayPalm Dribbling Aid and the Dribble
Specs. The Nayplam Dribbling Aid is a special glove you wear on
your hands that forces you to use your fingers, strengthen your wrists,
and improve your weak-hand. The Dribble Specs are goggles you wear that
prevent you from looking down...

Basically, the NayPalm Dribbling Aid helps improve your ball
control and the Dribble Specs force you to keep your head up. Both
these training aids should be in every baller's arsenal...especially
if you want to seriously improve your ball-handling as fast as possible.

Check out the NayPalm Dribbling Aid here:
->> http://www.basketball-drills-and-plays.com/nay-palm.html

Check out the Dribble Specs here:
->> http://www.basketball-drills-and-plays.com/dribble-specs.html

Remember, the above two training aids can help you get 5x better
results with every ball handling drill you do. Just put them on,
grab a basketball, and start practicing. You should see results in
just a few days of using the NayPalm and the Dribble Specs. Best of
all, they cost next to nothing...so there's no reason for you not
to take a look:

NayPalm: ->> http://www.basketball-drills-and-plays.com/nay-palm.html

Dribble Specs: ->> http://www.basketball-drills-and-plays.com/dribble-specs.html

Until next time,

Wishing you all the best.

Basketball Drills and Plays 

 

 

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Archive 1 - Basketball Screening Techniques, Scoring Without The Ball

Archive 2 - Part 2 - Basketball Screening Techniques, Scoring Without The Ball

Archive 3 - Secrets of Dribbling a Basketball

Archive 4 - Killer 1-on-1 Basketball Moves

Archive 5 - Defensive Keys to Lock Down Your Opponent

Archive 6 - Keeping Your Mental Cool in Tough Game Situations

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Archive 9 - How to Dominate in the Low Post

Archive 10 - Can Platform Shoes Help You Jump Higher?

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