New England viewer, here; once they load (sometimes can take a little bit), streaming is no issue. Part of why I really appreciate the "watch the whole series" option: load once, enjoy repeatedly.
Owen Rodwell, 17:08, Thursday 26th October 2017
Good series. But no examples of a Willstrop backhand drop...an oversight surely?!
Richard Thompson, 12:21, Thursday 26th October 2017
excellent videos - no streaming issues on my side
Rass Tesfa, 01:31, Thursday 26th October 2017
I find these videos really facinating and benifical but I think your system have network issues. I may get 3-4 seconds of streaming then I have to wait 30 seconds, or some times minutes, before it continues. At best this is extremely challanging and it has been happening for some months. I am in North America. I hope this can be remedied as quickly as possible.
, 12:13, Thursday 26th October 2017
Hi Rass, that's interesting as all the videos are hosted on Vimeo and shouldn't relate to the website. As a test, could you see if you get any similar issues if you watch videos on the Vimeo site?
, 16:30, Wednesday 25th October 2017
Hi Nik, yes. When I talk about it's as if i'm stood right behind the ball looking at the front wall. So 3 o'clock would mean hitting the outside of the ball on the FH and then the inside of ball on the backhand (right handed). Hope that's clear...
G Delgado, 16:55, Thursday 26th October 2017
Would you recommend anything different to teach this to semi-beginner kids? I have found many to be very stiff at the wrist and body open to the front wall plus they close their racquet face a lot so I’m not sure teaching hitting the outside of the ball would help them. Do you have tips for this group?
Nik Rasula, 14:09, Wednesday 25th October 2017
Hi Jethro! If I understand correctly, five o'clock (on the ball) should be the go-to standard for both forehand and backhand drop shots?
adnan bhatti, 18:44, Tuesday 24th October 2017
One of best videos I have seen on squash skills :)