Hey, thanks for tuning in. We've got another question. This question's from Twitter. He's asking, "When should you start sending colleges your videos?" That's a great question. I've got the answer for you.
Think of it this way. It's kind of like networking. Anything you multiply by zero will equal zero. So, if you don't feel that your tape is good enough or solid enough to send to a college, then don't send it to them yet. If you feel you're not on anybody's recruiting board, or if you're not really making any noise in your city, or on your team, in your league, then don't send them any video yet. Wait until you establish yourself as a household name. If your feel that your videos, your highlight tape is good enough to send to a college, then yeah, definitely send it to them. But if you're kind of reluctant, thinking that, "I might not be this good. I might want more highlights, or I might want
This is a breif video for High School Student Athletes that want to play college sports. In this video, I give the 6 most important things a student athlete must do to get recruited and to play at the next level. More info can be found at www.footballrecruitingtips.com
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Using a High Speed Camera, we captured EXTREME SLOW MOTION footage (1,000 fps) of basketball shots using perfect form!
In today's video, we used a Phantom Miro high speed camera to slow the mechanics of shooting a basketball down to nearly a standstill. We're hoping that this extremely smooth footage will allow you to see every intricate detail of what your body does during every element of your shot.
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