Old 06-20-2017, 10:36 PM
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Series is probably best. You can only digest so much at one time. If you go this route try to mention those times when it is critical to get this particular lesson down before moving on or you are wasting your time in the next lesson.
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My initial reaction when seeing your outline was that it was too much for one video, and that you could do a good video on each of those topics. Go with the series shorter videos that still have great detail.
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Every time I've started down the path of doing an all inclusive video, I've lost the motivation because there's just so much to try to talk about, let alone cohesively (I ramble) and with good examples from multiple angles. I've end up making shorter drill oriented videos like these:

I like drills that are as self-correcting as possible, meaning that if I put myself into a position that has a noticeable failure response, it's clear as day that I did it wrong.

Massive props for attempting this - I am personally a fan of one video with "chapters" linked in the description that jump you into the right time.

Also, I think it's super important to discuss keeping your spine vertical (regardless of hyzer angle tilt) so the rotation of the upper body doesn't slosh backwards and then forward, collapsing through the brace.
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I also think that chapters/series would be good; my only suggestion/caveat might be to try not lose sight of the fact that it's all one throw. In other words, if breaking down two parts of the throw in two separate videos maybe demonstrate in each video how it ties into bigger picture by way of your complete throw so that those of us who overanalyze don't get too focused on one part and thereby lose sight of the big picture...
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I'm DEFINITELY going to second the smaller series of videos. One of the biggest problems with internet videos is length. People often don't want to sit and watch a 15+ min video. Keep them short and concise. Personally, I'd say 1-2 min is the golden area.
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