Whether you’re a player or a coach, learning how to make consistent free throws will help you win basketball games.
“The most under-utilized part of the game is making free throws.”
Make clutch free throws under game pressure!
- Hit the winning free throw for your team’s victory!
- Make ugly bricks and embarrassing misses a thing of the past!
- Be strong when you go to the line!
Here’s the 7-step method for making every free throw used by the world’s champion free throw shooter. This game-tested system blends the correct bio-mechanics with secret mental stress-reducers. You’ll hit the back of the net every time and your scoring stats will soar. Learn from the world champion free throw shooter, Dr. Tom Amberry and “Make Every Free Throw!”
Make Every Free Throw is available as a download, viewable on your home computer. It comes in two editions, the Player’s Edition and the Coach’s Edition.
It’s the fourth quarter. Your team is down by one point with only seconds on the clock. Then it happens. Bam! Fouled, right as you were about to make the winning jumper. But you’ve still got two free throws, two more chances. Two shots to win or lose.You think you should do it. But now it’s different. Now, you’re shooting with the game on the line. Your teammates, your coach, and your fans in the stands are all depending on you.You feel the sweat on your forehead. You look up at the rim, fifteen feet away, hovering above your head. You’re pretty sure you can make these two shots.But you want to be more than pretty sure. You want to make every free throw, every time. How can you learn the technique and confidence to do it?
Meet Dr. Tom Amberry
You might not guess it, but this man is the world champion of free throw shooting. He broke the world record for most consecutive free throws by making 2,750 in a row. He would have made even more but they kicked him out of the gym! So when it comes to free throws, Dr. Tom has cracked the code.
Tom Amberry was born in North Dakota and was a high school and college basketball star. He served in World War II where he played on the U.S. Navy team. After the war, he toured the world playing basketball. Then, he got his podiatry degree and had many world class athletes as patients. In his 70s, he retired to a comfortable life in Southern California and took up free throw shooting as a hobby.
We have worked with Dr. Tom to capture his record-breaking 7 step method and teach it to you. It covers the best mechanics and the right mental attitude. When it’s game time, you’ll be able to draw on Tom’s method — and his amazing example — to achieve absolute confidence from the free throw line. As Dr. Tom says, “The free throw is a gift — it’s free. So make every one.”