|03-13-2012, 06:21 PM||#42|
Join Date: Mar 2008
At first when watching, I was noticing you guys doing a pretty good job with
your targets, then I realized how you had edited the shorter points to the back.
Watching the ones at the end of the vid and reading the charting stats led
me to recommend the thread link below. Also the fact that you guys were doing
this style instinctively on the longer points at the beginning of the vid, makes
me think that focus on this aspect of strategy could be helpful for you.
See what you think.
post #88 has good diagram with triangle targets and a square Avoid area.
I think this style will fit you well as you like to hit hard. Using the Smart Targets
gives you a nice error margin which lets you hit freely. If you are going for these
targets, and the ball sails on you just a bit, it will likely stay in the court.
But by the same token, as you can see in your pts at the start of the vid,
hitting these targets (or close to them) still does plenty of damage and sets
things up well. It should help to reduce the UEs and keep the aggressive style up
there and maybe even raise it a bit.
Pro Supex Big Ace
Last edited by 5263 : 03-13-2012 at 06:25 PM.
|03-14-2012, 05:39 AM||#43|
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Join Date: Mar 2010
thank you for this ... good reading
"You should be playing linebacker, not singles."