Nic Barrow's The Snooker Gym ... 'Improving Your Game, From Every Angle'

What type of snooker problem do you have?
And is it stopping you getting enjoyment and results?

 

Massively save your time, build your knowledge, and improve your game in minutes… without having to work it all out for yourself or attend expensive coaching! 
The ‘1,181 Secrets’ in our brand new Video Master Class Collection do all of the above and more...

This collection has 1,181 video highlight clips hand selected from over 7,000 video recordings of me training over 100 clients just like you over the last 5 years in every single snooker topic imaginable - 170 neatly categorised topics to be precise.

Think of it as the ultimate reference bank and future time saver… allowing you to search for any topic you are struggling with, don't understand, or are simply curious about when you hear it mentioned on TV...

Watch the video below now for a quick walk around to see what you will get...

 

The full list of 170 topics (each contains around 6 quick videos) is listed below. Click on each to see the huge variety of topics on offer...

  • 01 Chain Of Control
  • 02 Technique Optimisation Skills
  • 03 Technique Change Skills
  • 04 Pre Shot Routine
    • 01 Visualisation
    • 02 How To Hold The Cue
    • 03 Chalk Ideas And Options
  • 05 Post Shot Routine
    • 01 The Foto Finish
    • 02 Eye Tracking Patterns
    • 03 Advanced Post Shot Concepts
  • 06 Shot Approach
    • 01 Where To View The Object Ball From
    • 02 Pre Shot Distance Behind Cue Ball
    • 03 Pre Shot Approach Standing Positions
    • 04 Pre Approach Feet Width
    • 05 Breathing & Blinking Patterns
    • 06 Cue Position On Approach
    • 07 Eye Patterns On Approach
    • 08 How Many Steps To Take On Approach
    • 09 How To Plant The Feet After The Approach
    • 10 The Swan Slide Into The Shot
    • 11 The Stop & Go Drill
    • 12 The Murphy Or Trump Approach Method
    • 13 Shot Approach Overview
  • 07 Stance & Grip Hip Gap
    • 01 Optimisation
    • 02 Balance
    • 03 Grip Hip Gap
    • 04 How To Get The Chin Lower To The Cue
    • 05 Screw Back Stance
    • 06 Stretching Over Cushions
  • 08 Bridge Arm And Hand
    • 01 Floating Elbow
    • 02 The V
    • 03 Bridge Elbow Angle
    • 04 Bridge Hand Angle
    • 05 Bridge Length
    • 06 Screw Back Bridge Hand Height
    • 07 The Hampered Bridge
  • 09 Cueing Arm And Shoulders
    • 01 Angle Of Shoulders To Line Of Aim
    • 02 Should I Cue On Chest Or Not
    • 03 Optimum Cue Arm Angle From Side On
    • 04 Optimum Cue Arm Angle From Front On
  • 10 Cueing Grip Hand
    • 01 Isolating The Wrist
    • 02 Grip Tension
    • 03 Grip Shape
    • 04 Grip Finger Behaviour
  • 11 Grip Tip Gap
  • 12 Bridge Hand On The Cushion
    • 01 The Danger Zone
    • 02 Fundamentals
    • 03 Bridge Distances
    • 04 Open Bridge Hand
    • 05 Closed Loop Bridge Hand
    • 06 Cueing At An Angle To The Cushion
    • 07 Advanced Cushion Play
  • 13 Rest Play
    • 01 Set Up
    • 02 General Rest Play
  • 14 Self Diagnosis
    • 01 Player Diagnosis From TSG Level 2 Coach Seminar
    • 02 Player Diagnosis With Individual Players
    • 03 Shot Diagnosis – Potting And Positional Play
  • 01 Smoothness And Keeping The Cue On Line
    • 01 Keeping The Cue On Line
    • 02 Tempo
    • 03 The Sound Of Smooth
    • 04 How To Accelerate The Cue Properly
    • 05 Putting It All Together
  • 02 Breathing Patterns
  • 03 Cue Height Above Cushion
    • 01 The Dangers Of Being Too Close
    • 02 The Dangers Of Being Too High
    • 03 Pivot The Cue Around The Cushion Or The Bridge?
    • 04 Optimum Bridge And Cue Height With A Screw Shot
  • 04 The ‘Eye Cue Action’
  • 05 Cueing Actions / Feathers
    • 01 Cueing Philosophy And Tempo
    • 02 Separating Aiming From Cueing
    • 03 Keeping The Cue Flat And Straight
    • 04 The Full Range Of Movement
    • 05 Cue Up Until You Are Ready
    • 06 Five Steps To Cueing Perfection
  • 06 Front Check
    • 01 Front Check And Gear Change Combined
    • 02 Front Check
  • 07 Backswing
    • 01 The Only Purpose Of The Backswing
    • 02 Counting And Eye Movements On The Backswing
    • 03 Backswing Practice – Straightness
    • 04 Backswing Control – Speed
    • 05 Backswing Practice – Length
    • 06 Backswing Only Practice – No Delivery
    • 07 How And Why Backswing Control = Delivery Control
    • 08 Backswing Control In Action
  • 08 Gear Change
  • 09 Delivery To Chest
    • 01 Grip Position At The Chest
    • 02 Straight Delivery Feedback
    • 03 Cue Delivery Training
    • 04 Relearning Speed Control After Getting The Grip To The Chest
  • 10 Rest Play
    • 01 Cue Action Trainer Sessions
    • 02 Screw Shots With The Rest
  • 11 The 360 Cue
  • 12 Cue Action Recorder Interview
  • 13 The Robocue
    • 01 Robocue Sessions
    • 02 Comparison – Robocue V Cue Action Trainer Mark 1
  • 14 Cue Action Trainer
    • 01 Chin & Chest Position Relative To Cue
    • 02 Force Mode – Beginners
    • 03 Feedback Mode – Advanced
    • 04 Mastery Mode – Expert
    • 05 Potting Mode
    • 06 Rest Play
    • 07 Cue Action Trainer Sessions
  • 15 A Cueing Diagnosis Coaching Session
  • 01 Which Way To Hold The Cue
  • 02 Eye Tests & 3D Vision
  • 03 Vision Centre Tests
  • 04 Centre Cue Ball Training
  • 05 Clearing Visual Obstacles
  • 06 Murphy Or Trump Approach To Shot Method
  • 07 Recalibrating Aiming And Centre Cue Ball Striking – Nic’s Experience In His Own Game
  • 08 Back Of Ball, Ghost Ball, Potting Points
  • 09 Glasses Options
  • 10 The ‘Eye Cue Action’
  • 11 Post Shot Eye Tracking Patterns
  • 12 The Three Reasons For Missing
  • 13 Angle Recognition Peripheral Aiming
  • 14 Angle Recognition Aimframe Sessions
  • 15 Angle Recognition Cue Action Trainer Eliminating Three Key Variables
  • 16 Angle Recognition Cue Action Trainer Using The ‘Experiment Guess Goal’ Method
  • 17 Advanced Aiming Shots
    • 01 Aiming With Top Spin And Screw Back
    • 02 Middle Pocket Aiming And Potting
    • 03 Balls On Or Near Cushion
    • 04 Cue Ball Close To Object Ball
    • 05 Long Pots
    • 06 Potting Plants!
  • 18 Side Spin Aiming
  • 01 Straight Shot Understanding: Side Spin Makes No Difference To Cue Ball Path
  • 02 Straight Shot Understanding: Top Spin, Stun, Back Spin
    • 01 Stun Shot Family
    • 02 Top Spin
    • 03 Screw Back
  • 03 Straight Shot Understanding: Follow Through Rules
  • 04 Straight Shot Speed Control: Stop Shot Science
    • 01 Stop Shot Testing
    • 02 Lower & Slower Stop Shots
  • 05 Angled Shot Understanding: Side Spin STILL Does Not Make Any Difference
  • 06 Angled Shot Understanding: The T Angle
  • 07 Angled Shot Understanding: Cue Ball Throw
  • 08 Angled Shot Understanding: Half Ball Throw
  • 09 Angled Shot Speed Control: Pocket Speed Shots
  • 10 Angled Shot Speed Control: Cushion Speed Shots
  • 11 Cue Ball Planning Understanding: +4-1 Range Of Possibility
    • 01 +4 Cue Ball Reference Using The ‘Experiment Guess Goal’ Method
    • 02 +4 Cue Ball Path Having A Goal
    • 03 -4 Cue Ball Path
    • 04 +4 -4 Range Of Possibility
    • 05 Angled Stun Shot Terms
  • 12 Cue Ball Planning Speed Control
    • 01 Pre Shot Routine
    • 02 Positional Play Execution
    • 03 Post Shot Routine
  • 13 Consistency Comes First
  • 14 Set Shots To Practice
    • 01 Baulk Colours
    • 02 Blue
    • 03 Pinks
    • 04 Blacks
    • 05 Other Shots
  • 15 Opening The Pack
    • 01 From The Blue
    • 02 From, The Black
    • 03 From Other Reds
  • 16 Positional Play Side Spin
  • 01 Practice Routines For Break Building
  • 02 Shot Selection Discussions
  • 03 Nic Making Breaks
  • 01 Egnlish Billiards
  • 02 Back To Baulk
  • 03 Break Off Figure Of Eight Shot
  • 04 Laying Snookers
  • 05 Escaping Snookers
  • 06 Black Ball Games
  • 07 Shot Selection
  • 08 Miscellaneous Safety Shots
  • 01 Great Expectations
  • 02 Getting Back On The Horse
  • 03 Adapting To Different Conditions
  • 04 Building Concentration
  • 05 Pressure
  • 06 Psychology Of Luck
  • 07 Miscellaneous

Hear what some of our satisfied customers said about their experience with the '1,181 Secrets Master Class Collection':

 

VL from Latvia said:

“All necessary information for those who want to learn or correct their playing skills is very meticulously organised. It is very easy to search for and clarify something important should you need to do that urgently.

You can also make comments and questions on each video, and get replies from Nic.

I can also see how others fix their problems and learn.”

DN from Kent said:

“The Master Class Collections have something for all levels of commitment.

Every section of the videos makes me want to learn more, and it is easy to follow and go back to time and again if need be.

A very gifted player may need less coaching, but 99.9% of others can only benefit from these lessons.”

LG from Germany said:

“I get a warm fuzzy feeling that a world of Snooker knowledge is just a couple of clicks away.”

SY from Leicester said:

"I have been to see Nic twice on a one to one basis, and enjoy his quality of, and approach to, coaching.

The Master Class collection is divided into categories of all the different elements needed to become a better player, and are very easy to navigate. The videos or high quality very clear and nicely laid out. They are genuine coaching sessions with clients, and this makes it unique because some of the questions the clients ask are probably questions we would have ourselves.

Although one to one coaching is very good, it can become expensive and sometimes we might not have the time to travel to a coach.

However the videos aren't a magic bullet they are guides to help you understand what is needed to take your game to the next level. They show you what to do and how to do it, they give advice and in some cases may challenge your thinking.

I would say to have this amount of coaching would cost thousands and thousands plus many years to do, however these videos save you all of that for a fraction of the price.

Each section is carefully organised and easy to navigate. All the elements needed are present and guide you to understand what is needed to take your game to the next level.

It’s a no brainer really.”

These clips are my best work on the table, and represent the cutting edge of snooker knowledge available anywhere. 


You can comment on any video to get feedback from other users, as well as getting replies from myself as I like  to see what clients are saying. 

If you took all these lessons yourself, they would have cost you well over £10,000 in one to one coaching fees.
You don’t have to do that now, because I have already done the hard work for you – and am offering the same information for considerably less in this special launch offer!

Purchased separately with life time access, the price of each of the Master Classes if purchased individually are below…

Technique Master Class: 370 videos: £247

Cue control master class: 256 videos: £247

Aiming & Potting Master Class: 169 Videos: £197

Positional Play Master Class: 242 Videos: £247

Break Building Master Class: 61 Videos: £97

Safety Play Master Class: 53 Lessons: £97

Psychology Master Class: 30 Videos: £47

Total if purchased separately:
£1179

 

Purchased collectively, they are only £795 in our store 

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