Want to learn to use your left or weak hand more efficiently in games? It’s not as hard as you think. At Ballaxy, we believe that anyone is capable of being bi-handed if you’re willing to put in the extra time. Most people aren’t aware of this but, if your weak hand isn’t as efficient as your strong it’s most likely because, you just haven’t used your weak hand as much as the strong hand.
A good example of how this works is, imagine how your walking ability would be if you only used 1 leg for the first 12 years of your life. Year 13 wouldn’t be the easiest as your legs wouldn’t be at the same strength. It would be even harder if you tried running in that situation as your weaker leg wouldn’t have the correct amount of speed or coordination to stay keep up with the other and have the same appearance.
The process of gaining the ability to use your weak hand as efficiently as your strong hand is kinda the same thing. From birth you naturally choose a hand to use primarily and don’t look back and regret the decision. What if someone told you as a kid, you were u supposed to use both? What if you learned to write or throw a baseball with both hands? Your off hand would be a lot more coordinated if not as coordinated as your primary hand.
If you give your weak hand more attention throughout your day, you would be able to train it to help you a lot more in basketball as it would be able to develop to be as strong as your primary.