Basketball On A Triangle

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About Coach Ronn


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Discover Coach Ronn's Proven Methods That Can Skyrocket Your Youth Basketball Success With These "Time Tested" Basketball Drills for How To Coach and How To Play Basketball

"Coach, I think your program is excellent and I would like to continue to

be in contact with you about teaching the game."  Kevin

Top Basketball Coaching is a uniquely developed site for helping the less experienced youth basketball coach or player, or the parent of a youth basketball player. Here, they will find a finger-tip resource of highly detailed skill information for how to teach basketball basics or how to play basketball and the youth basketball drills necessary to understand what to do, how to do it and when to do it!

Throughout this site you will find handy youth basketball tips that can help coaches and players take their game to a higher level.  I take great measures in paying attention to the details in all my presentations.

In addition, you'll find this site filled with my basketball e-books and DVD, which all originate from my 300 page, in-depth ,coaches workshop and the 4-hour teaching DVD, both entitled, " Basketball On A Triangle: A Higher Level of Coaching and Playing"In these, I cover how to teach every individual aspect of coaching youth basketball.

In the Navigation column to the right, I also offer basketball coaches mentoring, items of special interest for coaching girls basketball, player mentoring, as well as other special programs, information and services.

I look forward to serving your needs for how to teach basketball or how to play basketball.

“The right thing to do is to do the right thing”

There Are No Secrets To Successful Free Throw Shooting


by Ronn Wyckoff, Free Throw Master, and Natl. Basketball Shooters
Assoc. (NBSA) Secretary & Founding Member

Because we don’t know what we don’t know, most coaches and players are just not aware of what mechanics make for a successful shot and therefore are not able to translate this into their teaching or practicing.

The age old attention paid to feet, elbows, alignment, etc., are all well and good when working with very novice players.  The older and more settled into techniques the shooter becomes, the less those issues are important and the more details of mechanics and a more esoteric mindset rise in importance.

Most people still believe and quote an old axiom, “practice makes perfect”, and those coaches and players adhering to this flawed thinking continue to advocate lots of practice.

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