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Old 03-12-2004, 10:26 AM   #12
jayserinos99
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BB et. al, great tips. One thing not really mentioned about the overhead is getting behind the ball to meet it out at front. If you can't get behind the ball you'll hit your overhead late and possibly could get hurt. That means that as soon as the lob is thrown up you have to backpedal as fast as possibly allowed and as others have mentioned, turning your shoulders.
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