In a simple phrase, practice makes perfect. If we didn't need to practice to be good at sports, everyone would be a professional basketball player, football player, baseball player, etc. The only reason why professionals are good is because they put hours and hours of practice in every day to make sure they can become the best.
how many hours do u work a day
nba players practice about 1 second a day
All it takes is practice. All soccer players played 10000 hours before they became a pro. Practice, practice, practice!
I practice about 4 hours a day
The average professional athlete practices 40 hours a week.
Michael Jordan started practicing basketball since when he was about 7. He practice more and more. MJ got cut from his high school team but work as hard he can averaging about 6 hours a day to improve his skills. He later made the team again and become the best player on court. Got into college ball and later become a successful professional basketball player. Now he retired, got into CHI Bulls Hall of Fame and still known for his Amazing dunks and 6 championship rings.
Professional soccer players practice each day for three hours .
About all day and wakes up early and plays all day again and does it in that order until the game
Overall, it takes a lot of team play and hustle, not only in practice, but also on the court. You should also have good instincts (which comes from practicing hours and hours and hours) and the ability to be versatile.
Practice twice a week 3-5 hours a game every week 45 mins half plus warm up come to about 2 hours.
To play hard .long Hours of practice
practice atleast 4 hours a day
* About four to five hours a week.
10,000 hours of practice is what repeated studies have proved make a person 'professional' at a certain talent or skill.
9 to 5 lol
2 hours and 30 min. to be a professional\good gymnast <3
Professional basketball players in high quality leagues train as a team twice a day for 2 hours, 5 days per week. The sixth day is a game day so players will often have a shooting practice if the timing of the game allows this. The seventh day is often a day off or just one practice following a game day. Of the two practices each day, the morning session is often a physical training session (weights, endurance, speed, agility etc). The afternoon / evening session is a court practice.
I heard at Kobe Bryant's basketball camp that he normally practices from 2- 8 hours everyday and most teams do around 2- 3 hours of a practice before every game
To meet a professional basketball player, the best thing to do is to show up 2 hours early. They are often just shooting around and willing to sign autographs at that time. You can also look out for their "meet and greet" events, which should be available on the team website.
Professional table tennis players train from 3-8 hours a day. Most of the world's top 20 players are training closet to the 8 hour mark. It depends on how serious the player is. If they are very professional and play for money, they will practice for about five hours or more. But people who play for fun just play for fun.