with most sports, it is vitally important that the basics of the
game are covered before you begin to practice in earnest.
to do so will result in you learning bad habits and practicing the
"wrong things" in the "wrong way".
will stunt your overall development and ultimately limit the enjoyment
you obtain from playing and learning about snooker. Once bad habits
are ingrained into your play they are extremely
difficult to eradicate.
you are relatively new to the game then you have the opportunity
to start from scratch and develop a sound basis from which to progress.
you have played for a while you may already have developed problems
with your technique, which you would be well advised to address
as soon as possible.
The five featured subjects within this link concentrate on the main
aspects of the game that need to be considered before you can hope
to pot balls consistently.
are equally important, but pay special attention to "TheGrip and
"The Bridge". One provides the stability and the other the mechanics
for straight cueing - the foundation for successful snooker.
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