Yeah like I said there's lot to do and Visa said he can dub it in English and this project was his so it's not up to us alone to translate. lcgm8 took many shots of each lesson in close up matching the actions with the instruction from the throwers. So these will be helpful just by watching even though there are some tips one can miss without exact translation. These are fairly detailed explanations and visual presentations and as I'm not the father, videographer, editor etc. I can say without other bias than having worked with lcgm8 earlier and sharing nationality with the guys that these clips are more instructive and easy to see the details for copying into ones own form than any other videos I've seen. Including Stokely set, Edge and Champion's Way. And much higher video quality than masterbeato vids. Sorry Joe Veen
What can we say other than we're nuts for DG spending so much money on video cameras?
Well a little bias from me is to be expected being there throwing in some ideas that were filmed along with those of mafa and lcgm8 on top of what Visa had already planned. And coaching the spoken parts of the throwers to be more informative trying not to leave out essential details. I can't really take credit here so that should tell you that this winter you'll be in for many treats that should help to keep the cabin fever out. Maybe by compelling you to go out and trying things out
Many people should be able to gain really useful bits from these clips so that come summer you'll be a better player.
From Finland with love.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.