The Foul Shot Doc

Improving Foul Shots One Player at a Time.

 
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A free throw shot can make or break a team…
and win or lose a game.

Even the best players can be poor foul shooters. But can you as a player, coach, or agent afford that? When it comes down to the line, are you a liability? If you (or your player) are shooting 70% or less, it’s just not enough. At the end of the game, if your player is on the bench instead of on the court, it’s time for a change. It’s time to see the doctor…

  • Improve your foul shot with better on-the-court technique

  • Enhance your mental ability when under high game pressure

  • Improve free-throw confidence level

 
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The Coach

Coach Wolfson, The Foul Shot Doc, has helped youth, college, and professional NBA teams and players at every level improve form and technique to reach peak performance, especially when it comes to free throw/foul shooting.

Trained in sports psychology and the methods that have enabled professional NBA players, like Jameer Nelson of the Detroit Pistons and Trevor Ariza of the Washington Wizards, to improve performance and results for themselves and their teams. He has served as a shooting consultant to Kean University Women's team which recently reached the Final Eight in the NCAA tournament.

His 33+ years as a mental health counselor has helped hundreds of athletes in a variety of sports improve and reach higher goals.

 
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Trevor Ariza | Washington Wizards

“I truly appreciated the work I did with Barry. On the court, he changed my shot. Taught me how to play much better defense, allowing me to be valuable to my team even if my shot was off. Off the court, he taught me valuable relaxation techniques. That slowed the game down, made me a much better foul shooter and built my confidence.” 

 

Jameer Nelson | Detroit Pistons

“After my rookie season, Barry really helped me out. Not only did he work with me to correct some technical flaws in my shot, but he taught me some different ways to think about my free-throw shooting, jumper, and three-point shot.  So much of the game depends on your mental approach; if you want to improve both on and off the court, call The Foul Shot Doc!”

 
 
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