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09-23-2020, 06:13 PM

One more thing is that I tend to drop my tip to the felt once my follow through had cleared well past the cueball. I can comfortably do that with follow or draw. Something about giving me one more thing to do at the end of the process seems to ensure the follow through happens and that I stay down. It makes things feel so much more...deliberate.


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Stay down until the cue ball stops rolling. Itís that simple.
It really is


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09-23-2020, 06:58 PM

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Earl uses heavy arm weights. If your head bobs a lot you might try a diving bell, they pretty heavy.
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