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09-09-2010, 10:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Noir View Post
I've thought about this too and I usually play with a flat blade but a strongly tapered toe for easy lift.

The thing is, I don't want to hurt my high shots and I only want to develop my low shots as good as my high shots so that I increase my threat of variation. (So basically I don't want to give up any of my strong game now to increase my current deficiencies)

Changing blades to flatter will hurt my high game no?

(And thanks for the youtube vid above. I'll play around with wrist roll over in the next few pick ups I play; probably won't be using it gametime anytime soon yet though)
Hey Noir!

What curve are you currently using?

And yes the follow through is important for grounder shots. I use the same motion as a hard pass, but I put a little more strength into it.

Weird that I also found grounder shots much easier with a higher flex stick, over my usual whippy ones.

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