You must have the predisposition, desire to learn to play and a lot of perseverance. (That gives more strength to your learning).
This is how it happens in many cases:
You pass by a place, you see a billiard table and you say, – Wow!!! What is that, how cool!!!.
You see people playing pool and you think, -I want to play, but I don’t know how to do it and I don’t want to be embarrassed.
You walk in, say hello and pick up a pool cue. – How do I grab it?
An inner voice tells you:
As you feel more comfortable, most people, depending on whether they are right or left handed, hold the cue in the following way:
Right-handed people with their left hand hold the toe and with their right hand they hold the grip area and vice versa.
I already have the cue – how do I place my hands on the pool table?
Ahh yes true that on the Aprender Billar website they explained it to me!!!, also the grip and the position of the body that they call the basics of billiards. 😮
My ideas are clearer now. I’m going to put what I’ve learned to the test! 😎
Always play with people who know more than you.
The ideal now is to play alone for 3 hours or more per week with this exercise plan for trainees.
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