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Bulgarian National team member Mariana Meteksinova shoots 236 289 225 179 255 246 (1430) scratch for 6 game qualifying.  Grip change, swing work and quiet eye!  The next day Mariana, as the # 1 seed, went on to win the entire tournaments shooting 182 in the quarters, 257 in the semis and 216 (back 6 strikes) to win the tournament!
 

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Defining the Game Through Biomechanics:Dissecting the Physical Game of Amleto Monacelli
Written by Joe Slowinski   
Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Image In the December 2011 issue of Slowinski at-large, I introduce readers to biomechanical terminology and how this can be utilized to more accurately describe the physical game.  In an effort to help readers understand the concept, I share a biomechanical analysis of Amleto Monacelli's game.

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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 30 November 2011 )
 
Micro Execution Erosion Therapy: How To Correct Flawed Physical Technique
Written by Joe Slowinski   
Thursday, 20 October 2011

ImageIn the November 2011 Slowinski at-large, Micro Execution Erosion Therapy: How To Correct Flawed Physical Technique, I discuss a training method I utilize to improve the physical game.

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Last Updated ( Friday, 21 October 2011 )
 
Evaluating Youth Players for Success at the College Level: What You Can Do to Measure Preparedness
Written by Joe Slowinski   
Tuesday, 13 September 2011

ImageIn the October 2011 Slowinski at-large, Evaluating Youth Players for Success at the College Level: What You Can Do to Measure Preparedness, I share with readers an evaluation that can be done locally to determine a variety of skills, knowledge and attributes: academic performance, coachability, versatility, repeatability and spare shooting.

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Last Updated ( Thursday, 20 October 2011 )
 
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