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Shot Lock - Basketball Shooting Hand Trainer

Shot Lock - Basketball Shooting Hand Trainer

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Master the secret and get the confidence to shoot like a pro!

Almost every coach in the world tells their players that only their finger pads and fingertips should be on the ball when shooting. In order to be a good and accurate shooter, the ball should stay completely off of your palm. The reason? It helps maximize control of the ball and get a good feel for the shot. 

If you want to improve shooting accuracy and ball control then Shot Lock - Basketball Shooting Hand Trainer is what you need! It is the best basketball-shooting device designed to improve shooting. This small shooting trainer spreads fingers for better ball stability and forces players to keep the ball off the palm of the hand. It promotes proper release and follow-through for better shooting and passing.


  • Help develop a one-handed catch with the offhand just providing stability and balance in catching the ball.
  • A better rotation on the shot will result in more shots bouncing in instead of flying out.
  • With muscle memory, over time, you will just be using it for a few minutes a day to reinforce that perfect form.

  • This shooting hand trainer spreads your fingers apart equally for a wider grip.
  • Wider grip = More control of the ball.
  • More control of the ball = Improved shooting percentage.

  • Your shot will improve within 15 minutes of trying this tool due to the amount of sensory input being received.
  • It gives the shooter the best chance of making the shot with all the benefits you need
  • Improve your shooting percentage, you'll be amazed by your new shooting accuracy

  • Take on and off in seconds.
  • All you have to do is put on the easy to wear hand trainer and start shooting.
  • No more shooting with the fingers too close together or changing finger position on the release of the shot.

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