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Wegmans Balsamic Roasted Delicata Squash

Wegmans Balsamic Roasted Delicata Squash

Winter squash is one of those seasonal vegetables that I really look forward to cooking with in the fall. You may be familiar with butternut or buttercup, some of those other varieties, but if you’ve ever tried delicata, this is really one of my favorites. Like all other winter squash, it’s a little hard to […]

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Snowboarding : Toe Side Snowboard Garlands

Snowboarding : Toe Side Snowboard Garlands

OK. We did the garlin from the heal side. Now we’re going to do the garlin from the toe side. Instead of dropping my toes what I’m going to do is lift them up. And if I lift up this toe, and drop the heal a little bit, I’m going to progress across the hill […]

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Creating a Character Rig – Part 5: Torso squash and stretch (Advanced)

Creating a Character Rig – Part 5: Torso squash and stretch (Advanced)

In the previous movie, we added FK controls to our rig to give us more precision in controlling our proxy character’s torso. In this movie, we’re going to add some squash/stretchability to the joints. Start by opening the file “5-0- Character_rigging_part5_start.mb” or by using your own file from the previous lesson. If we grab the […]

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Squash Movement Drills : Squash Movement Drills: Forehand Open Stance

Squash Movement Drills : Squash Movement Drills: Forehand Open Stance

Okay, a lot of times on your forehand, the game of squash is fast moving. And because we have a lot of strength in our upper body and our legs we can do it, I don’t advise hitting much of an open stance in the backhand. There are exceptions, but in the forehand you can. […]

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Squash Shot Tips : Squash Backhand Tips

Okay, the backhand it’s not quite the mirror image of the forehand because on the forehand, you’re hitting the ball with your back shoulder coming through the ball. But your backhand, you’re using your front shoulder. So what I want you to think about is you have the racket up, you have the face open […]

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Balanced Position On A Snowboard

Balanced Position On A Snowboard

Your snowboard is what you balance over, it’s your base of support so you want to try and keep the majority of your weight stacked over your board to maintain balance. With your front foot strapped in, stand with your free foot on the board next to your back binding. A good place to start […]

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Snowboarding : J Snowboarding Turns

Snowboarding : J Snowboarding Turns

Alright, so now we’re going to do a basic J-turn. A J-turn is just a single-edge turn, start from a straight glide, all the way down into a carved edge. When it starts, it looks-it’s called a J-turn because it looks like a big “J” in the snow, right? You start right here, straight glide […]

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Basketball Fundamentals : Protecting the Dribble with your Left Arm in Basketball

Basketball Fundamentals : Protecting the Dribble with your Left Arm in Basketball

Another move is the right hand, using the right hand to dribble, with a protective arm. The purpose of the protective arm, as I said before with the left handed dribble, is just the same. You use the protective arm to kind of create a perimeter so that the defense can’t reach in and take […]

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Basic Basketball Moves & Drills : Basketball Skills: Jump Shot

Basic Basketball Moves & Drills : Basketball Skills: Jump Shot

The next drill we’ll discuss is basic jump shot. Okay, for your basic jump shot, your hand position is very important. A lot of people make a mistake–well, I won’t say a mistake because everybody has their own individual way of shooting, and I’m not really trying to change up your shot or correct your […]

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TOP 5 WAYS to SHOOT a Ball and SCORE MORE GOALS

today we’ll show you five shooting techniques you can use to score more goals in real games you’re watching all attack the LOB to lob a goalkeeper stick your toes underneath the edge of the ball then lift up in the game situation what matters is the angle you lift the ball at if you […]

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