Any suggestions on preparations to make the best use of this valuable opportunity?
have particular questions in mind and things you would like to get out of it. anyone can go over basics, i specialize in specifics. i can spend 30 minutes talking about basic throwing form and the x-step, etc. or i can assume that everyone knows basic form and footwork and i can spend 30 minutes talking on a subject that isn't within general knowledge.
i don't "clinic" very well since i work best with people who are beyond the beginner stage. most of my philosophies i've written 50 times or more on here somewhere, so i'll try to keep those to a minimum unless i'm trying to justify a point.
i will likely teach a couple of shots as well as go over putting, but they will be more of a specialized nature.
also, don't expect much of me in terms of performance. i'm horribly out of shape, only threw 1 round this year, and will be throwing for the first time in a knee brace since i found out my MCL and PCL are badly damaged.