For the past 18 years, Dave has coached players of all levels to improve their shooting, through a series of systematic drills & skill progressions.
His skills in developing shooters has brought him to the NBA where he continues to work with some of the greatest players in the league.
Dave has been featured by NBA.com, Sports Illustrated, Bleacher Report, ESPN, SBNATION, and The Guardian for his unique and noteworthy ability to improve a player's shooting ability.
Make more shots by shooting at a bigger target! Learn how to get enough arc on the ball so the ball has more room to fit through!
The arc you put on the basketball determines the size of the target you are shooting at. Learn to shoot at a bigger target than other players!
Learn drills that you can use at any time if you feel like your arc is affecting your shot.
Complete this course fully understanding what your habits are, what they should be, and why it all matters so much.
The confidence knowing that you can execute consistently will be with you when you are in a complex pressure situation.
Your points per game will dramatically increase. This will come as both the result of the new skilled habits, as well as the increased confidence you bring to the court.
Making more shots leads to more playing time, better teams, better coaching, more opportunities to excel at the game.
7 Days To Improving Your Arc gives you a CLEAR path to follow towards becoming a better shooter. No more guessing. No more hoping to stumble on a good habit. No more practicing the wrong habits.
You will know what a good shot feels like, and the feeling of a mistake. You'll be able to immediately identify why you missed that shot, and end the slump in one shot, rather than weeks.
If you were to hire me directly to train you for a week on these progressions of drills...
It would cost you thousands, and thousands for dollars.
But I LOVE teaching shooting...
And I wanted to make this as accessible as I could, while still being able to give it the quality and attention it needs to do it properly.
If you are not 100% satisfied with 7 DAYS TO BETTER ARC for any reason within the first 30 days, just send an email to the address in the members area for a full refund.
No questions asked!
These are exactly the same drills & skill progressions that I use with players in the NBA on a daily basis. It's not just something we do once or twice, and then move on to more advanced techniques. We work on these same things EVERY DAY.
Arc is the one habit should be worked on by every player. While I would encourage a player to be 11 years or older when they take this course, the habits are critical to every shooter.
I've now been a shooting coach in the NBA for a number of years, and I have never seen any other coaches do these little drills that I do on a daily basis to improve a player's arc. I have not seen them done at the National, College, or High School levels either. And yet every time I run a player through these progressions, their shooting consistency improves dramatically.
No. Absolutely not!
The course is designed so that we find the level at which you are able to consistently execute the new habit, and then progressively increase the level of complexity from there over time. If the program is followed correctly, you will always been in complete control at all stages of the progression.
The only time people would get worse, is if they try to jump to a complexity they are not ready for, right from the beginning.
Yes you can!
I've trained an NBA player during an entire off season, who lived in a different city than I. We sent videos back and forth on these exact same habits. That player improved 20% from the free throw line, and went from being buried on the bench, to now a starter in the NBA.
This course is not a magic pill! It is not something you can only watch one time, and expect it to put in the work for you.
It is going to take a lot of work, a lot of time, and a lot of practice to establish the habits you need to excel at shooting. 7 Days To Improving Your Arc will give you the roadmap you need to be successful on that journey, but you still need to put in the hours on the gym.
Refer back to it as often as you need. I've had many clients take my programs to improve their own game, and then return to the same material years later as a coach.