It happened on Saturday the 11th of January 2020.
It felt good.
We felt like we couldn’t miss a ball.
We were striking the ball with complete authority and going through with so much confidence.
We discovered a new-found sense of confidence with the cueing.
Although it’s still a work in progress at mo, our little attempt at a routine from the Cuestars Academy website called the John Higgins routine led to us making a nice break of 35 with some tough shots made during the break.
Although it was only a 35, it was not so much the amount scored; it was the way we felt with the cue and how we were getting through the ball much more confidently on certain shots.
We felt like we were striking the ball like a pro.
It was exhilarating.
And you can experience that feeling too.
The secret sauce to improved cueing feedback
Do you want to get a cue action you can be proud of?
Of course you do, right?
Do you want the buzz of potting balls you never thought you’d be able to pot?
Of course you do.
Do you want the buzz of being watched in your club and people looking around and thinking, how did he cue that shot so well?
Of course you do.
One of the ways to getting to that feeling of euphoria and excitement is honing your cueing away from prying eyes of your stiffest competition.
Maybe your cue action is letting you down.
Maybe you’re just not feeling confident with it.
Maybe it’s just not performing how you want it to.
Maybe you’re not doing the right kind of training.
Just 15 mins a day doing this simple but useful exercise with Nic Barrow’s Cue Action Trainer can allow you to get a feel for what straight cueing ACTUALLY IS AND NOT WHAT YOU THINK IT IS, so when you go to a snooker table, you can transfer what you’ve discovered AND practice to pot more.
We’ve been doing this for 30 mins a day five times a week. 15 mins in the morning and 15 mins in the afternoon.
That’s nearly 3 hours of PURE CUEING TRAINING.
You will soon see an improvement in your cueing every time you go to use the device.
And, more importantly, when you go to a snooker table.
This device will train and provide you with…
======>Instant cueing feedback…
=====>Instant self-correction to your cueing errors so you learn FASTER…
====> Instant improvement in cueing confidence when you go on a snooker table NEXT…
===> Instant awareness on how you’re set up on the shot…
WATCH THE VIDEO NOW BELOW:
Nic Barrow’s “stop and check” routine is simple, but it’s extremely effective when using the Cue Action Trainer.
Notice how we extend on a full backswing and how the rollers show us if we are pulling the cue back straight or not!
Even put a cue ball a distance away from the device so you can see if you’re striking the cue ball dead centre.
This is not a quick fix, but a work in progress. Keep in mind though that usually working on small things often lead to bigger improvements.
Do the right things, and the improvements will come.
Take action and free your cueing…
Chris Gaynor is a writer with 10 years’ experience writing for the web.
He loves snooker, CSI and loves cycling off tiramisu!