The basketball drill known as the body in the low square position is a key component of shooting fundamentals. It consists of basketball players bending their knees, keeping the ball close to their body, and raising the basketball up toward the sky with two high hard pounds. The goal of this drill is to gain recognition of each basketball shot and control how much power is necessary to make a shot in game scenarios. This drill also helps basketball players learn how to stay balanced while making shots, thus giving them increased accuracy and consistency. Doing this basketball drill regularly will help players develop proper basketball shooting form which can boost confidence and team performance on court.