TOM SIMPSON
BCA Master Instructor
National Billiard Academy

Columbus, Ohio
614 975 8337
www.PoolClinics.com
"Beat People with a Stick!"

Looking For Trouble

It’s a good idea to stop and check some basics from time to time. We tend to drift into old habits and go into slumps, unless we’re vigilant. When you’re having a slump, or when you’re trying to help someone learn the game, the following are ten of the most common problem areas that cause us trouble, and some simple suggestions for dealing with them.

 

SAMM DIEP
2005 BCA National Women's 9-Ball Champion
House Pro for Table Steaks East in Aurora, Colorado
www.SammsPocket.com
http://blog.sammspocket.com/

Over-practicing: Quality over quantity


“Practice, practice, practice,” we’re constantly told. “Practice makes perfect,” we’ve also heard. Well, is there such a thing as too much practice? Is it humanly possible to over-practice? I’m not ashamed to admit that there is and I’ve been guilty of it. I’m sure we all have on occasion.  I’m not talking about the years we’ve been practicing. I’m referring to the time frame of each practice session.

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S & S BILLIARD ACADEMY

www.billiardsanctuary.com
Master Instructor; Timothy J. White.

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