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Discussion in 'Training Tips & Coaching' started by TimmyNeutron, Jul 17, 2017.
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You should play with a stick that you're comfortable with, and learn to flick with that. It'd be pointless being an incredible flick but absolutely useless on the field, you'd spend your whole time on the bench. Low bows do make life easier, but that doesn't mean any other bow is impossible.. it just changes your technique a little.
Video-wise; a few from behind, a few stick-side-on, and maybe some from behind the goal just to look fancy.
Best of luck and remember to look after your body! There are plenty of people who have overflicked and are dealing with hip impingements and surgeries