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Re: Re: Re: Skap loading

Posted by: Teacherman () on Sun Mar 7 14:17:39 2004

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> > > Nyman has posted a few rants about the recent discussions on his near dormant Web site.
> > >
> > > He is adamant that top hand torque doesn't exist as Jack describes it. He argues that skap loading is the key, as he always does, but to be fair, he doesn't jabber about his favorite movement any more than Jack does his.
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> > > He also goes on at length about various biomechanical stuff, etc., and how he has all sorts of special training that qualifies him to name things.
> > >
> > > One question I have is this: the scapula is a bone. How do you load a bone?
> > >
> > > Just curious.
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> > > Melvin
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> > Melvin
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> > Should I do a search for comments you've ever made on loading of the hip?????.....Should I post them?????.....Or will you just come clean and admit your latest comment about loading the scapula is ridiculous.
> Teacherman, this is a perfect example of why people don't listen to you or your hero (nyman). The content and tone of your post is sarcastic and rude, and makes no contribution to the dialog. What would be wrong with you simply address the question instead of throwing around words and terms like "rediculous" and "come clean"? And for your information this is why your hero, Nyman was given such a chilly reception. he had a good idea about establishing a dialog, but he couldn't make it past two posts without his poor manners and arrogance seeping in (and I see you have learned well from him!)

But you will accept and embrace "how do you load a bone" as a good point. Makes no difference to you that loading the hip (a bone)is a common hitting technique.


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