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This one focuses primarily on the proper alignment of the body and the cue stick as you address and get on the shot. This is fundamental stuff, but from an advanced perspective. Do the work and you will get more consistency into your game. Billed as Basic One Pocket, it covers the rules, the break, and responding to the break as expected. Skill rather then true "trick shots," they look impossible to make.
In this DVD, Bert demonstrates each one and shows you how to train to master them. The Star Patterns are a set of drills that will bring your run out rate way up if you do the work. Certainly one of the best series of drills you can use to bring up your run out percentages, these DVDs need to be used in order as each one develops from the previous one.
Spending a few hours with just this one will bring your game up. He demonstrates the importance of patience and how to avoid traps and wait for the right shot. He teaches how to play the count, move balls out of the rack and how to keep the pressure on your opponent.
He share additional strategies for responding to the break, handling the end game and more. In it, he shows you some simple ways to judge and aim kick shots and how to use them for both offense and defense. Advanced Fundamentals is on upper body and cue stick alignment and The Mighty X is focused on refining your stroke.
If you do the work in these two videos you will gain considerably more consistency. In The Mighty X, Bert recommends drawing lines on the cloth of your table, but you can get by with using removable spots. He covers breaking, responding to the break, moving balls out of the stack, using and avoid traps, and a host of other great shots, moves and insights.
Bert sets them up, explains them and shoots them, all the while sharing with you the nuances that you must pay attention to use them effectively in competition. These contain a set of drills that will definitely impact your run out percentage. These DVDs should be used in order to get the full value from them.
This DVD will help. Bert walks you through the drills with his normal high-energy enthusiasm and shows you what and how to do it and why you should put in the effort. In it, Bert highlights a lot of additional information about the workout and how to use it effectively. Although his earlier videos applied to most games, this is the first one that he expressly addressed for 8-Ball in addition to 9-Ball.
Having a lot of safeties at your beck and call will definitely help your winning average and this DVD will add some depth to your safety game. In it, Bert shows you how to put the individual shots from the 60 Minute Workout together to run balls, starting with groups of three balls and working your way up to full racks. It is designed as a collection of shots you can go through in about an hour, either to learn better or, if you have already mastered them, to stay honed and ready to play.
Use this one before moving to the second video. These shots have an additional level of complexity and are shots that you must have in your arsenal if you want to be a great player. This DVD will help you. He can really hit them, but his control is less than stellar. Watch is for the technical explanation. Similar to an aiming technique the old-timers used to call "sweeping" the cue ball, this technique requires stroking off line, with english. If you do the work in this one you will find and remove the flaws in your stroke.
Although he recommends drawing lines on the cloth of your table, which he walks you through step by step, you can get away with using removable spots. Work is required, but big gains can be had. It will, of course, but the work is tedious. These are a set of drills that will bring your run out rate way up if you do the work. By the time you are able to complete the work in this final DVD you will be running racks.
Building the Interior of the Star needs to be completed successfully before you start work on this one. When you see a set of patterns instead of just a mess of balls on the table the shots get simpler and easier to execute and you become a better player.
Bert knows this stuff and shares it with you on this DVD, walking you through it in detail. Bert does a fine job of explaining and shooting them and sets you up to learn them as quickly as possible. You can never know too many safeties.
BERT KINISTER 60 MINUTE WORKOUT PDF
This one focuses primarily on the proper alignment of the body and the cue stick as you address and get on the shot. This is fundamental stuff, but from an advanced perspective. Do the work and you will get more consistency into your game. Billed as Basic One Pocket, it covers the rules, the break, and responding to the break as expected. Skill rather then true "trick shots," they look impossible to make. In this DVD, Bert demonstrates each one and shows you how to train to master them.
The only hint that I have is to look at last at the cueball. Volume 81 The Power Tuneup Step 1. Volume 12 The Mighty X. Volume 76 Secrets of Finesse Shots. Volume 7 Building the Interior of the Star. Volume 84 The Power Tuneup Step 4.