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Physical Game Introduction - Presentation
Physical Game Components: Ball Start Tempo Armswing Wrist position Release Finish position
Athletic Pose Will a well-executed shot compensate for incorrect body alignment?
Length of ball start Force Exerted Vertical movement Ball Start
Tempo Fluid, Free flowing motion of the body will Generate energy that is transferred to the ball. Note: Tempo can be most effectively changed by; Modifying the armswing
Tempo - Energy Transfer
Arm Swing The Key to Accuracy When you set it free!
Arm Swing Swing Plane Start out / Ball in / Swing out
Arm Swing Start out / Ball in / Swing out
Arm Swing Inconsistent Swing Plane Back View Consistent Swing Plane
Arm Swing Inconsistent Shape Consistent Shape
Wrist Position FIRM RELAXEDSTRONG What are 3 major wrist positions?
Wrist Position SIDE VIEW BACK VIEW Firm
Wrist Position SIDE VIEW BACK VIEW Relaxed
Wrist Position SIDE VIEW BACK VIEW Strong
Collapsing the Wrist
The Release Thumb release Thumb releases first Thumb position Troubleshooting the ‘spinner’ Finger and wrist rotation Finger release on outswing
Hand Position - Release Straight Ball 12 / 6 Hook Ball (RH) 11/ 5
Finish Position BACK VIEW
Finish Position “Post the Shot”
Finish Position SIDE VIEW POST THE SHOT! Until the ball leaves the pin deck The spine is tilted slightly forward
Perspective Items a coach should examine from: Side view Back view Front view
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