been working on the release at home, burying the ball in the pillow. I can pull off a release i'm really happy with around 40-50% of the time. I need to see it spin in mid air to know i was actually putting some revs on it. When i release it a tad too early it hits the pillow too soon not showing me if it had any revs on it.
been working on the 2 step pushaway from slowinski and tried another approach. Filmed it (very bad quality i know, i don't have a good camera (yet)). It didn't feel like a completely free swing yet alltho my backswing height seems to be at the exact same point 4 times.
let me know what you guys think, i do realize i need a lot of torso rotation to get to that point but i noticed some good players do that as well. I tried the torso rotation before but i just ended up putting my ball in the gutter everytime, i think also because of the muscled swing, muscling it back a tad to the outside and not being able to correct. It's very hard to see my hand due to the [censored] quality but i think i am cupped till i reach my ankel. I even seem to bend my elbow a little like Smith does and i was actually trying to keep it straight.
i think it looks better, let me know what you guys think:
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