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Re: Re: Re: Re: grip


Posted by: Jim C (jhconklinjr@comcast.net) on Sun Jul 10 18:46:48 2005


Ray,

Did you intend "when the thumb is more ABDUCTED" in the second sentence below rather than "ADDUCTED"?

> The thumb position mainly decides whether a grip is under the category of precision or power. When the thumb is more adducted, then the grip becomes close to precision and vice versa. When the grip has the least precision and the most power with large adduction of the thumb, it is called 'coal hammer' grip.
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