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College Shooting

$25

Workout Length: 55 minutes
Disc 2 of 3 in a series
The College Shooting Workout is the same workout Jackie followed every single day throughout her collegiate career. This is the second video in her three part shooting series. The College Shooting workout is more on-the-move and game speed. In this workout we want you to simulate what you will be doing in a game.

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College Shooting Workout

Workout Length: 55 minutes
Disc 2 of 3 in a series

The College Shooting Workout is the same workout Jackie followed every single day throughout her collegiate career. This is the second video in her three part shooting series. Included in this video is 1,000 Makes a Day, a workout Jackie started doing in high school, which is more of a stationery shooting workout. The College Shooting workout is more on-the-move and game speed. In this workout we want you to simulate what you will be doing in a game. Jackie always says, “You don’t want to train yourself to be slow.” Now let’s go make our basketball dreams a reality.

About Jackie Stiles
Jackie Stiles was raised in a small town in central Kansas. It is there where she developed her passion for basketball at Claflin High where she finished her prep career as the all time leading Kansas high school scorer with 3,603 career points. From there, she traveled to Springfield, MO where she played for Missouri State University. In her senior year, the Lady Bears made it all the way to the Final Four. Stiles finished her well-decorated collegiate career as the all-time leading scorer in NCAA Division I history with 3,393 points. She was also honored with the Wade Trophy, an award given to the country’s best women’s basketball player. Jackie was then drafted, went on to play for the Portland Fire in the WNBA and continued her accolades as she was named Rookie of the Year. She now resides in Springfield,MO where she is proudly coaching at her alma mater.

Jackie has a great passion for basketball and believes that one of the most important keys to her success was her ability to shoot the ball. This concept is something that she wants to share with anyone who wants to improve their game.