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This is one of my favorite questions to ask students towards the end of a lesson. To no surprise, I have heard some interesting responses over the years, which has led me to believe that there is truly no wrong answer. Ultimately, the idea is that we need to practice in a way that produces a swing change or improved motor pattern, so that we can then associate a "feel" with that change. If we are lucky, that "feel" may last several rounds or even a few weeks. However, it is undoubtedly going to change over time. Thus, the key is to remember the drills that produced the change without dwelling on achieving the exact "feel" as before. In the end, you may have several different "feels" for the same mechanic, which is part of the fluidity that goes along with being a "feel" player.
Playlists: Practice Strategies
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