When searching for ways to improve your snooker game here at Snooker Guide the first place you should look is for articles about how to improve your snooker stance.
We have a wealth of information on the correct snooker stance inside our membership area and it is probably the area that beginners should spend the most time working on.
Most players around the country, even some who have been playing for years, could do more for their game in a few hours just by working on their snooker stance, than they have done in years of trying to pot balls.
As you will find out from the tutorials on improving your snooker stance, getting the position of your body right, placing your feet correctly and getting yourself lined up with cue and shot are more important than any other part of the game.
For most people this will be a fairly simple change of the feet and a slight adjustment to the position of the body at the table, but these small changes will make all the difference to the percentage of pots that go into the pocket.
That’s because getting your snooker stance right means you will be building a rock on which your whole game will be supported. Whilst your cue grip and cueing action are also extremely important, they can only be properly developed once you’ve got your ideal and correct snooker stance sorted.
Indeed Steve Davis once claimed that once he was set in his correct snooker stance, if someone pushed him the only way he could move would be forward, into his shot! And that is what we’re aiming to teach you here at mysnookersite.com.
Not only do we have tutorials, photos and diagrams to get your snooker stance sorted, but also the best exercises to train with and to test the alignment of your stance, as well as how to maintain the correct stance and posture throughout your snooker career.
Finally, we also have tips and tutorials on how to adjust your stance when playing awkward shots and when to use the table as support. For players who don’t like using the rest it is important to make sure they know how to stretch across the table without wobbling and causing movement in the shot. As such we have a short tutorial on how to adjust your stance for those awkward shots.
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