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Basketball Clinics

Basketball Clinics

Basketball Shooting Clinics
Fundamentals Clinic
Monday, Nov 28, 2022
1:30-3:30 pm
Learn to shoot like the players on TV! Build your shot from the ground up using our proprietary SHARP shooting system. This is a great clinic if you’re new to basketball, looking for a refresher or need to break out of a slump.
Appropriate for kids grades 3-8.
Advanced Shooting Clinic
Monday, Nov 28, 2022
3:30-5:30 pm
Need to tweak your shot? Want to work on a few things or just get another set of eyes on your shot? In this clinic we’ll get lots of shots up under the careful watch of our instructors. Get tuned up and ready for the season.
Appropriate for more experienced kids grades 5-12.
Primary Instructor: Steve Turpening, Owner, Founder, In the Zone. Students of our SHARP Shooting system have set 5 school records for 3 point shooting in the past couple years along with many 1000 point scorers.
Registration fees:
  • Each 2 hour clinic is $45;
  • Sign up with a buddy and each gets $5 off.
  • For team discounts, email
  • Discounts cannot be combined.
To Register, send email to with:
  • Player name, address, phone number
  • Clinic(s) to attend
  • Appropriate discounts
  • School, grade
  • Parent/Guardian names and phone number
  • Submit payment at Venmo @Steve-TURPENING, PayPal, mail in a check to 6870 Chrisphalt Dr, Bath PA 18014, call 610-837-8605 with CC, or stop by with check, cash or CC
  • OR online at Fundamental Clinic or Advanced Clinic


There are some shooting fundamentals that ITZ teaches during our shooting instruction that differ from the traditional shooting approach.  Some of these tenets might be different than what other coaches are teaching, specifically 1) angling the feet about 20-30 degrees to the left (for right handed shooters),  2) starting the shot motion with the ball about waist high and dipping the ball to gain momentum and rhythm, and 3) jumping forward slightly with the feet while keeping the shoulders stationary.  Here are a few videos from the ProShot Shooting System (one of the best shooting programs around) that explain each of these aspects:

Turning the feet: