10 Minute Finishing Routine

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Do you struggle with finishing in the lane? Were you able to finish over the taller defenders before the season, but now you are struggling to make your lay ups or floaters? In this video we will show you how to get out of your slump. This finishing routine is to help players find their touch or improve their touch before or after practice. It is far to common where a player starts the year with a great touch, but by the time mid-season and post-season games start to roll around, they have lost their touch. Here is a 10 minute finishing routine you can do before or after practice to find that touch. For the players that are struggling to make those tough finishes, check out PROfect Your Finishing. If you happen to find yourself struggling to get out of your slump, it may require you to spend more time than what suggest in this routine.

1) Mikan Drill

Duration: 2 Minutes (90 Shots)

Objective: PROfect Your Footwork & Finishing

Tips:

  • For right hand lay-ups, jump off the left leg.
  • For left hand lay-ups, jump off the right leg.

 

2) Top of the Key Drives

Duration: 4 Minutes (40 Shots)

Objective: PROfect Your Footwork & Touch

Tips:

  • Change up your finishes
  • Try and get to the rim with one dribble

 

3) Baseline Drives

Duration: 4 Minutes (40 Shots)

Objective: PROfect Your Footwork & Touch

Tips:

  • Change up your finishes
  • Try and get to the rim with one dribble

If you also find yourself struggling with your jump shot or are just looking for another 10 minute routine check out our 10 Shooting Routine to help you find your shooting touch. Keep up the hard work and keep #PROfectingYourGame.


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