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Old 09-04-2020, 01:00 PM
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Default Learning to Backhand - HELP!

Hey guys, thanks for everyone who is so active on here. I've played mildly for a few years but I just forehanded everything. This is my first year getting serious and I've been developing my backhand for about 5 months now. I primarily throw a buzzz and typical distance is around 250' though I peak closer to 300'.
I've noticed my front knee has been hurting a bit so I've been working on following through on my heel. Unfortunately, I was alone on the practice field so this video doesn't capture it all quite as well. I'll share more soon.
Let me know what you see and possibly what drills you suggest!
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Old 09-04-2020, 01:59 PM
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Turning backwards too early and stance appears too staggering closed. See door frame drill part 3.
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Old 09-04-2020, 03:44 PM
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Thanks for the response! I’ll get a few better videos showing different angles and footwork. So my front foot is too closed?
I’ll work on the timing issue too.
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Yes, from behind tee your foot should plant more underneath CoG.
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Based on advice here I’ve been going through the door frame drill part 3. I think I’m starting to understand it but I wanted to clarify on here. Basically, this is forcing me to do 2 things. First, don’t turn my hips back until my front foot is almost planted . Second, to keep my weight back as long as possible. Is this a correct understanding of my goals?

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It’s a good idea that you are seeking for progress. You should know the difference between doing a forehand and a backhand. In that way, it will be easier for you to adjust.
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