1. How does the app know if you made or missed a shot?
That's easy! To record a successful shot, simply flip your wrist upside-down; the app will automatically register it as a successful attempt. Should you miss, continue playing—each missed shot is seamlessly logged without interruption. Our system is designed for effortless tracking of both hits and misses, ensuring minimal distraction and maximum focus on your game.
2. Do I have to wear the Apple Watch on my shooting wrist?
Yes, it is necessary to wear the Apple Watch on your shooting wrist. This positioning is crucial for accurately tracking your jump shots and providing you with detailed performance statistics.
3. Will shooting with an Apple Watch mess up my shooting form?
Wearing an Apple Watch while shooting should not adversely affect your shooting form. The device is designed to be lightweight and unobtrusive, allowing for natural movement and minimal interference with your basketball technique. Our system is carefully calibrated to ensure that you can focus on your game without compromising on form or comfort.
4. How many shots per week does the free version give me?
The free version of our app provides you with the capability to track up to 500 shots per week, enabling you to monitor and analyze your performance without any initial cost.
5. This is so cool. But what does the app REALLY track?
Our app offers a comprehensive tracking system that goes beyond just recording makes and misses. It meticulously monitors your workout duration, keeps tabs on your shooting streaks, and analyzes the angles, forces, and speeds of your shots. This detailed approach provides you with a rich set of data to understand your performance and areas for improvement in depth.
6. Why should I get an Apple Watch just to train with this app?
Opting for an Apple Watch to use with our app is a cost-effective choice. It eliminates the need for expensive equipment like rebounding machines, which can cost between $5,000 and $10,000. Additionally, it offers a more affordable alternative to the average weekly cost of $210 for personal training sessions, providing valuable training insights and feedback without the hefty price tag.