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 Post subject: Tips on staying inside the ball / how to avoid turning early
 Posted: Mon Feb 15, 2010 2:55 am Post Number: #1 Post
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Does anyone have any tips for keeping the hand inside the ball? I have been working for soe time on training myself to stay on the inside of the ball through the swing and release, but have as of yet had trouble consistently applying this approach. When it's right, I can feel it off my hand immedietly, but I have trouble consistently doing so.

Is there anything you do to practice this specifically? What do you focus on. Typically, for myself, it's mostly imitating the feel of a backup ball, but 7/10 times I will initiate turn way too early despite my efforts not to.

What are your tricks for getting this to sink in. I know time and practice quantity/quality are the most important means of learning, but what will help this to "sink" in quicker?


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 Posted: Tue Feb 16, 2010 1:12 am Post Number: #2 Post
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MattCosta7 wrote:
Does anyone have any tips for keeping the hand inside the ball? I have been working for soe time on training myself to stay on the inside of the ball through the swing and release, but have as of yet had trouble consistently applying this approach. When it's right, I can feel it off my hand immedietly, but I have trouble consistently doing so.

Is there anything you do to practice this specifically? What do you focus on. Typically, for myself, it's mostly imitating the feel of a backup ball, but 7/10 times I will initiate turn way too early despite my efforts not to.

What are your tricks for getting this to sink in. I know time and practice quantity/quality are the most important means of learning, but what will help this to "sink" in quicker?


Seeing your numbers on your profile. Performance fitting like I did for Slap would probably do the most good. Send me a video and your grip specs and I'll fix it like I did for Slap.


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