I recently watched a video about free throw shooting. Hypothetically, the limit to free throw percentage should be 100%, but the best of all time, Steve Nash, ended his career with a 90.4% free throw rate. Elena Delle Donne, who is the best in the WNBA, is at 93.9%, which shows just how hard it is to stay perfect. In the video, Nash practices his free throws under the watch of an app he developed to study release angles. On the practice court, he takes 34 shots and makes every single one. When he played, Nash took 20 practice free throws a day and made them all most of the time. It was only in the games that he missed shots. Psychologists have posited that the reason is that practice is not the same conditions as the real game.
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Newark Calculus tutoring is the best way to practice your math skills. When I first picked up a guitar, I felt like I could barely move my fingers. Even after playing the same song a few times, I would struggle with the timing and it felt like my dexterity was not enough. I never gave up and kept practicing and suddenly, my fingers were moving on instinct and I was able to play the song. It works the same way in math. It might feel like you are constantly asking for help in the beginning. But with proper practice, you will achieve great things.