Consistency In Playing Pool

Three People Playing Billiards
In keeping with the CONSISTENCY motif and Pre-Shot regular, here’s an essential aspect that has to be handled.
First I have covered setting up your toes and chalking the cue as part of your routine.
Before you can place your feet or your rear foot on the line, you must find and get your eyes straightened”ON” the line. That step should become the foundation of your shots and all elements of your pre-shot regular, at least once you enter the setup phase.
The measure of having the eyes onto the stroking line (before getting down to the position ) sounds so clear, yet too often I see players NOT locating the line , and thus their whole shot making process starts with very little hope of succeeding.
You want to arrange every stance setup for each shot, AROUND THE DISTINCT VISUAL CONFIRMATION OF THE STROKING LINE. Let me repeat, you want to organize each and every shot/stance setup, AROUND THE DISTINCT VISUAL CONFIRMATION OF THE STROKING LINE. Do not get down to take a shot till you stand and watch the line you wish to shoot down.
So the essential component of your pre-shot routine is to discover and look down the line. If you can add this to your match, just about any sequence of events then will create a much greater measure of CONSISTENT victory for you on the pool table, for many years to come.
Do not begin”landing” until you’re lined up with the runway. So simple yet so strong. Organize your posture around this line as you remain focused on it.
OK well try to prove me wrong by NOT getting on the stroking line until you get into your posture, and report back to me how that turned out to you.
Basically approve of the cue ball facing in the direction you want to take, and then refine the truth of that so you can get down and make a shot .
The more you play, the faster you will have the ability to get onto the line and then enter your stance, to the point of everything looking natural and seemless. Or you could nevertheless be quite willful if you choose.

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