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Re: Re: Re: Does “Weight Shift” = Momentum

Posted by: Jimmy () on Mon Dec 17 03:15:00 2007

> Therefore, I do not believe in the concept that the hands go straight back so they can go forward. – I don’t know if this answers your question – it is what I teach.
> Jack Mankin


The hands should not go back at all, they actually stay in space where they are and the torso floats away from them.

This separation of hands and body is a result of a leg weight shift to the back foot, then back to center (balanced weight distribution).



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