60 Second Lesson - Contact in front
Welcome back to your weekly 60 Second Lesson! In this today's lesson, Daniel is focusing on the strike zone with advice on form that will help make meaningful contact more often.
When you're up on the line, your contact point (strike zone) should always be in front of you - this gives you the best chance for control of the ball.
- Have you paddle in front of you
- When the ball comes deeper, move your feet
- Your contact point shouldn't be in tight
- It also shouldn't be behind you
- Contact then recover and reset!
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