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Category Archives: Help & Guides

Nerves

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There are a lot of things that make us nervous, nerves are a thing every one of us has had to deal with at some point in our lives, and still have to deal with. For a lot of new and even veteran players, nerves are something they find to be a very significant hindrance to their performance. You see the question posted on boards all the time, “how do I overcome nervousness?” after players fall apart in a tournament setting, and the answer is that you sort of don’t. The key to “overcoming” nerves, if you will, is understanding what nervousness means in the first place and why it’s actually not a bad thing.
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Learn How to Wobble in Minutes!

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In an obvious attempt to land myself a permanent place on Juggleguy’s shitlist (kappa), I bring you a quick and easy guide on how to learn the technique of wobbling in pretty much just a single practice session. Sign up for just $60 to find out the secret!

In all seriousness, it’s pretty easy to get down if you just follow this specific training technique.
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The Smasher Skill Set: What It Takes to Be Great

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I like to think about things, that fact is probably why I ended up starting up this blog in the first place, to have an outlet for my thoughts. One idea I’ve always entertained was the skill set behind a good smasher, akin to what you’d find in something like Madden player stats or an RPG. Ultimately, I streamlined all the skills required into key traits of a player. There are many fine details regarding what makes a great player, but far more often than not, they will trace back to the following traits.

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Hand Care and Proper Controller Technique

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Shifting gears from last week which ended up causing way more discussion than I ever expected, I feel like discussing something which I can’t imagine causing any controversy, but I feel is very important nonetheless. The issue is injury prevention through proper technique, as well as maintaining the health of your hands/wrists both directly and indirectly.

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