Back in 1974, a 60-year-old computer programmer and assistant coach at California Institute of Technology (Caltech) set out to perfect the three-pointer form. Over 20 years later, what started out as a simple goal turned into a world record.
At the Caltech gym in 1996, Fred Newman made 209 consecutive three-pointers, setting the world record!
Watch Fred Newman’s record breaking shots in the video below:
Although Newman’s goal ended up breaking world records, not all do. Some goals are meant to simply set a personal record. Just a few months ago, NBA trainer Tyler Relph broke his personal record and inspired his clients to test their own records.
Watch Tyler Relph make 37 consecutive three-pointers in two and a-half minutes in the video below:
Just as we are amazed by Fred Newman’s incredible 209 three-pointers, we’re inspired by Tyler Relph’s personal record! How does your record number of consecutive three-point shots compare?
Train with Tyler Relph!
If your goal is to step up your three-pointer technique or improve your overall basketball skills, Tyler Relph can help!
As a former Division I high-major player and the leader in the NCAA’s Free Throw Percentage in 2008, Tyler Relph will supply you with the talent and knowledge that you need to transform your game.
Join Tyler’s Division I Guard Training System for just $10.99 per month, and you’ll receive access to monthly workout plans and drills designed by Tyler and proven by his NBA clients, discussion boards, detailed demonstration videos, and workout reminders.