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09-02-2012, 06:21 AM

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Originally Posted by Donny Lutz View Post
The first important thing I learned was to be observant. Watch every aspect of top players' games and imitate them.

Followed by learning to execute each shot in proper sequence.

Next came playing position for angles.

Then came realizing the importance of drills.

Followed by learning to "pose".

Then accepting the concept of defensive play.

Next came seeing that shot making and position are not separate endeavors.

Followed by seeing that offense and defense are not separate endeavors.

Learning to use spin only when necessary.

Moving from a closed bridge to an open bridge for most shots.

Donny L
PBIA/ACS Instructor
So i should use an open bridge for most shot ? What about if im originally use open bridge ? Should i do the opposite ?
  
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