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Written by Joe Slowinski   
Monday, 19 November 2007
In the November Slowinski at-large, I offer readers 4 experimental tips that will expand their skill sets.  How does putting your thumb in the ball first impact ball motion?  What is the intersection spare system?  How can you adjust axis rotation with finger tip pressure at release?  Can you throw straighter with just two fingers?  The answers and a discussion available in the article.  Click here to download the file (243 KB). 
 
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