Three More Secrets To Playing Consistent Pool

Hello my friend, Here are Three more secrets to playing consistent pool: 8:  Always have a goal…   What I’m referring to here is have a goal on each shot.  Decide where you want the cue ball to go, ideally a specific spot (for a specific positional reason).  Just doing this will now put you in the big league of mental planning and focus.  All of your body/mind/stroke efforts will be guided by this goal that you decide on each and every shot.  Be disciplined.  Have a goal. 9:  Practice by yourself whenever possible…   So often I hear players tell me that they can’t practice.  These usually are not the players anyone has to worry about.  Put the time in consistently.  Learn to love the game for the game.  Practice should not be boring if you have a lot to master and learn. 10:  Master all the bridges…   99.9% of all the players who come to me for lessons have issues with their bridge, and usually they had no idea.  Practice, perfect, and solidify your many bridges.  Your game will take an immediate and lasting jump upwards.  No joke. Ok I want to hear good stories about victories and breakthroughs! See you soon… Max Eberle PS:  If you have not gotten my dvd set yet, and would like a big jump in your game, click here! PSS:  Connect with other pool players on this free social networking site for real...

Seven Keys To Playing Consistent Pool

Playing consistent pool is the result of a combination of many factors that when combined, make you a more powerful pool player. Here are Seven Keys To Playing Consistent Pool (I’ll be revealing more soon) 1.  Stay in the present moment….  It is easy to get distracted by thoughts of the past and future, the score, the crowd and what they may be thinking of you…  bring yourself back to the task at hand in the moment and stay there. 2.  Play with rhythm….  This may well be the master key to consistency.  Find your routine, your stroking/eye pattern, your ideal pace… and stick to it.  Focus on playing with this tempo and stroke pattern in competition and you will find yourself winning a lot more matches. 3.  Have an attitude of constant improvement….    Resting on your laurels will insure one thing, that you will slowly lose your edge and lose consistency.  Keep improving.  Even if you can’t stop thinking and talking about the glory days when you “never missed a ball and always ran out from everywhere,” tell yourself that your best playing is ahead of you no matter what, and you are simply going to prove it by improving your game. 4.  Turn weaknesses into strengths with work….    How consistent can you really be if you keep getting stopped by a weakness that you are just too lazy to fix?  Turning it into a strength will also increase your general confidence which will be a side effect of even more consistency in your game. 5.  Keep your body still during your actual stroke through the...