I filmed a short video blog on the theory behind the sport psychology wristbands I've designed. I take a look at each design and describe how they can enable you to get more out of your training and perform better in competition. Here's the video:
Today I try my 2nd video blog! Some of it is better (the lighting and larger screen), but I don't like how Apple TV pauses the screen so I'll adjust again for the next one. I'm still learning how to do this so just like everything it will get better with practice. I hope that what I like in video and lighting skills I can make up for in content for the time being.
Anyways, I digress. Today I discuss when it's more ideal to hit it with pace and when it's better to take some pace off the ball. I also talk about what pace of play suits your athletic ability and body type. Here's the video. Let me know what you think.
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Instead of writing a few hundred words trying to explain my point I decided to do a short video and explain my blog today. I should first apologize for the poor quality by the filming crew, but I hope the content is expressed well. Sit back and watch and listen.
What do you guys think? Did this make sense? How many of you are aware of these subtle changes you should make depending on the drive you're about to hit? It's not just about hitting it to the back corner and hoping for the best. Learn how to create pressure and why it happens.
Even if you miss your targets, but they are correct spots you are well ahead of the game. Think about this the next time you do some rotating drives or boost drive.
If you haven't done so yet, please check out my new online squash clothing store at SeriousSquashShop.com I'll be adding lots of product to it over the summer and it's only just getting going. Squash clothing doesn't need to be so bland anymore, am I right?
Serious Squash Shop is now officially launched. Check it out for cool custom squash gear. I'll be constantly working on the site and improving the pictures and adding stock so check back regularly. Please feel free to contact me at email@example.com if you have any questions! Thanks for your support!!!