Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Preventing disconnection?
> > no science from me but it seems to me that the connection thing is not much more than doing the elbow in the slot thing and the top arm "L" thing at contact...
> I think of connection as being more related to the front arm/shoulder mechanics with the back arm action being controlled by the trajectory set by the lead arm.
"Extension of the handpath is the main cause of "disconnection"."
This isn't true, it's not just extension that is the problem with being connected. Initiation is just as important with being connected to the rotational momentum.
I would say you will see just as many problems at initiation, as you would see from extension problems.
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