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Dr. Cue – Lesson 15 – Rhythm & Fluency

By • Feb 25th, 2019 • Category: APA Videos

Any player that performs at a maximum level demonstrates the “rhythm and fluency” of a consistent pre — shot routine and stroking pattern. These repetitious factors of game success should include a programmed mental / physical memory of body / cue movements. A simple ball shooting exercise can be used to develop this technique and have fun in the process.

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7 Responses »

  1. There are numerous types of the game. The most common ones are 9-Ball, 8-Ball, 10-Ball and Straight Pool. Just google them and you will find all about the rules and how to rack them! 😉

    Enjoy the game of pool! Have fun!

  2. what are all the different types of pool, ( the games)? where can I find out how to set up the balls in the rack?how do you know where to put the cue ball after you have made it in to one of the holes and you take it back out?

  3. i’ve actually put this into place and it really helps… if you get yourself into a pattern, to where you are constantly doing the same thing, it’s just second nature and it actually settles you down.

  4. it lets the cue tip grip the ball better.. its in one of his earlier lessons.

  5. its just practicing your routine, doing the same thing every time builds your muscle memory

  6. y do you use chalk every time you shoot?

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