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Why Snooker Players have a Lower Head and Body Position when Shooting?


Why Snooker Players have a Lower Head and Body Position when Shooting?

I am doing research for a book I'm writing. In this book I compare body and head position of a billiard player (3 cushion) with that of a snooker player.

Can someone please inform me;

Why carom billiard players tend to have a higher head and body position than does a snooker player?

The snooker player's stance tends to have a lower head and body position than that of a carom player.

What I know is that the carom billiard table is somewhat lower than a snooker table. That might be an important factor. I also know that the billiard player wants to have an overview of the entire table in order to play a specific pattern.

Am I missing anything?

Why Snooker Players have a Lower Head and Body Position when Shooting?

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Why Snooker Players have a Lower Head and Body Position when Shooting?

  • Title: Why Snooker Players have a Lower Head and Body Position when Shooting?
  • Author: (Didier De Proost)
  • Published: 6/2/2021 8:14:59 AM
  • Last Updated: 6/8/2021 2:59:03 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)