How To Use The Wall To Improve Your Strokes

When I was learning how to play the wall was a tremendous aid in helping me develop consistency. You too can use the wall to help you REALLY burn some solid consistent signals in the brain.

Remember, muscles DO NOT have a memory, every muscle movement is initiated by a signal coming from the brain. That’s why I’m always encouraging my students to actively use the brain when practicing technique. I’ve got a video for you with more suggestions.

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