Tip From the Archives
Below Your Feet
You know the proper set up for when the ball is below your feet yet the ball still does not fly as it should.
Your legs move slower in this position because of trying to maintain you balance. In order to compensate for this, you will need to accelerate your arms much faster.
As you probably know already, you need to plan on having a bit of a fade. Adjust your aim to reduce or increase this effect. What is also often overlooked in this situation is that players tend to lose their knee flex near contact. So focus on trying to keep your knees level all the way into finish.