Company News: Dr. Dish Smart Series is Redefining the Shooting Machine

April 15, 2015

April 13, 2015 (Burnsville, MN) - Dr. Dish Basketball announced today the unveiling of their new series of shooting machines and mobile app, which will enable coaches and players to instantly upload and analyze their shooting reps. This is the first app of its kind for the basketball shooting machine industry.

The Dr. Dish App syncs with the new Dr. Dish Smart Series, and allows for players to instantly share detailed workout results with their coach. The data collected is saved to the Dr. Dish database, which enables coaches to analyze a player’s shooting strengths and weaknesses. All of this comes standard with the new Dr. Dish Smart Series.

The new Dr. Dish app was created after a team of engineers at Airborne Athletics asked coaches from all over the world what they wanted the most in a shooting machine.

“We found that coaches wanted a versatile system that not only could track a specific player’s shots during practice, but how we could make it easier for a coach to analyze that data,” stated Doug Campbell, the founder and CEO of Dr. Dish Basketball. Campbell furthered explained that, “It all boiled down to coaches wanting a system that was easy to use, held kids accountable during practice and could give them insight on how to win more games.”

The Dr. Dish Smart Series and app was created by Airborne Athletics in Burnsville, Minnesota. The company is dedicated to creating products that enables coaches and athletes to dominate the competition and win more games. You can learn more about the company at http://drdishbasketball.com/.

 

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