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Indoor Coaching Course. Movement description. Structure of movements. Skill description. Pre-swing. Contact. Past-swing. Preparation Phase. Main Phase. Past Phase. Time code. structure of flicking. Feeling of movement. grip. Position of the ball regarding to the feets/body. preswing.

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Indoor coaching course
Indoor Coaching Course

Movement description


Structure of movements
Structure of movements

Skill description

Pre-swing

Contact

Past-swing

Preparation Phase

Main Phase

Past Phase

Time code


Structure of flicking
structure of flicking

Feeling of movement

grip

Position of the ball regarding to the feets/body

preswing

contact

pastswing

View of coach


Feeling
Feeling

1.

Basic from scooping

2.

Basic from pushing


Grip

diagonal through the palms


Position ball to feets
Position ball to feets

Not too close!

Not too far in the back !


Preswing
Preswing

Tip:

Look under the ball !

Approaching phase


Contact
Contact

Big fault in approaching to the ball

Tip:

Put a bench beside. Keep with your wrist level down the bench level


Past swing
Past swing

wrong

right


View

Swing

Contact

Past swing

1. attempt

2. attempt

3. attempt

Where should the coach take the first view ?

Coach


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