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adam - May 11, 2013

Im worried that i may never reach my potential.

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Cam280 - May 11, 2013

krisnan Inu from the Bulldogs smiles before he kicks his conversions, now I know why!.

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Tony Lucas - May 11, 2013

Good podcast Cam because I remember some time ago a guy I used to see for lessons claimed if you could smile prior to hitting your shots you would end up with a better result. I know if things are working well for me I tend to have a grin on my face.
Cheers Lukey

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Troy Vayanos - May 12, 2013

I like this tip Cameron, it makes a lot of sense. I’ve always tried to relax my arms and shoulders without thinking about the face muscles.

I’ll definitely give it a try!

Cheers

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3 Putt - May 16, 2013

Federer never strains a muscle in his face when he is playing, even at full stretch. His face is never more expressive than as if he was about nod off. Unbelievable considering the strenuous nature of top flight tennis. I suspect it is something he has trained to achieved.

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    Cameron - May 17, 2013

    A very interesting story is RF. He was always talented but his emotions used to let him down. He was always frustrated because he couldn’t beat Hewitt. But he certainly turned things around, is one of the best athletes of all time.

    This also reminds me of some of the best Russian powerlifters. While everyone else were busy stretching, practising and rehearsing their lifts, the Russians would be sleeping. They would wake, do some huge cat stretches and then stroll in and break another world record.

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