Working On Release

Using Hudl, we were able to see her anchor wasn’t acting as much of an anchor in her shot sequence.  By drawing a straight line down on the video, her release hand was creeping forward.  We talked about it and watched it a couple of times on the iPad.  This is a fascinating age for sports feedback.  When we went out to shoot in the morning, she was able to make a small correction to her anchor by thinking of hooking her mouth.  It got better for her very quickly.

working-on-release

There is more work to do on her shot sequence especially around transfer, but little steps are good progress.

The younger one came with us too and wanted some video coaching.  I took some video, but mostly we’re working on confidence, posture, and safety right now.  She’s a yeoman in waiting.

yeoman-in-waiting

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