Urgent Question for Jack on Hip Rotation
You, in your article, state that hip rotation is derived by "both legs pushing in opposite directions."
My question is:
IF I GET INTO MY NORMAL STANCE, IS THERE ANY WAY I CAN PROVE THIS BY ATTEMPTING TO PUSH MY LEGS IN OPPOSITE DIRECTION--COULD YOU BRIEFLY DESCRIBE HOW I COULD GET THE FEEL OF BOTH LEGS PUSHING IN OPPOSITE DIRECTION, AND MAXIMIZE THAT FEELING????
I ask this question since I believe it is a vital link to my slump. Please respond as soon as possible so I can practice the dynamics of hip rotation, and leave my slump behind.
The Black Hole Lexicographer
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