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08-22-2014, 04:50 PM
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Feedback on my shots

(I'm an older noob) I didn't pay too much attention to my shots til recently. I'd been relying on a kind of flicky snapshot whenever I got sight of goal. But I started to put in 1/2 hour a day lately in the back yard.

Here's my wrister and slapper. Tell me what's good and what's not. Sorry about my 7 year old talking nonsense while filming

Wrister https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCx-...ature=youtu.be

Slapper https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xwol...ature=youtu.be

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Bend your knees more to use your stick's flex to its full potential. Other than that, you have a good form. Your shot power is decent. Can't comment on the accuracy though.

EDIT: Flick your wrists on the wrist shot.

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You seem to be leaning on that front leg before actually loading up. Try to put your weight on your back leg and then follow through, transferring the weight to the front leg as you're shooting.

That'll allow you to get a lot more power on your shots.

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You seem to be leaning on that front leg before actually loading up. Try to put your weight on your back leg and then follow through, transferring the weight to the front leg as you're shooting.

That'll allow you to get a lot more power on your shots.
I agree. Your position looks odd. I don't know if it's the angle of the video, but you seem to be leaning a bit too forward as well. If so, that may be related to leaning on your front foot to start with.

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