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Re: Front foot during stride

Posted by: THG () on Tue Aug 5 12:19:37 2008

> Should the front foot be totally closed after the stride?

You stride with the front toe closed. After the stride, the front foot may have turned depending on the amount of rotational energy. If you can hold the position of the front toe closed, you may find that you can generate more efficient energy/rotate (around your stationary front foot). The thought is if your front foot turns too much, you may fall off balance, spin off the ball, or pull the ball foul unecessarily.


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