AzB Silver Member
Does anyone have a proven method or way to stop from jumping up on your shots ? Please reply only if you have the knowledge ... thanks
Jumping up/raising your head and entire upper body as you follow through can often be due to faulty fundamentals - particularly grip hand position on the cue. If your grip hand is way too far up or too far back on the cue, there is absolutely no way to have any follow-through without your entire shoulder, head, torso, etc. raising up – absolutely impossible to do it!Does anyone have a proven method or way to stop from jumping up on your shots ? Please reply only if you have the knowledge ... thanks
jumpin up can be caused by a few things.
First is often just "bad fundamentals". - but (from my expirience) the 2 "most made" mistakes are "not trusting" in your ability and your eye pattern.
As soon as you re not really trusting your stroke you ll have (often, if not always ) tension in your body (whereever it may be). to have not really a routine with your eye pattern can also be the cause to come up in your stroke. ( also often a result of not trusting...so many start flickering around with their eyes as well).