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leroybrown 10-07-2012 07:22 PM

Critique my form.... Revised. (New Video of form.)
 
I have been working pretty hard on all of the previous tips I got fromm all of you guys. Let me know what i've improved on, and what I still need to work on. Thanks a bunch

New video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hN2_z...ature=youtu.be

Link to old video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=61NNI_lkYv0

prerube 10-07-2012 07:30 PM

alrighty, round 2, lets see what you can do :) Something went wrong. Please make sure you added the video correctly. Click here to see how YouTube videos should be embedded. There could also be a technical issue that's not your fault. Click here to view the video on YouTube's site. If this link doesn't work, you did something wrong.
Much nicer, you got rid of the ducking step. You still hyper-extend the follow through, which would not be that bad, but it can inflame your shoulder issues.
Pull is slightly low and you can bring your weight forward more.

KRATC 10-07-2012 07:34 PM

Well, I am no expert but I will say it does not look like you are going to hurt yourself with this drive. All in all, solid improvement. There are probably things you need to work on, there always is but good job man.

leroybrown 10-07-2012 07:35 PM

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Originally Posted by prerube (Post 1638153)
alrighty, round 2, lets see what you can do :) Something went wrong. Please make sure you added the video correctly. Click here to see how YouTube videos should be embedded. There could also be a technical issue that's not your fault. Click here to view the video on YouTube's site. If this link doesn't work, you did something wrong.
Much nicer, you got rid of the ducking step. You still hyper-extend the follow through, which would not be that bad, but it can inflame your shoulder issues.
Pull is slightly low.

Thanks for that! And I know you took an incredible amount of time trying to explain it to me last time, but I still might be a little confused. How do i prevent it? Do I turn my body faster so my arm can't hyperextend that far? Or what?

prerube 10-07-2012 07:37 PM

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I am working on photos.

Here is one

leroybrown 10-07-2012 07:40 PM

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Originally Posted by KRATC (Post 1638154)
Well, I am no expert but I will say it does not look like you are going to hurt yourself with this drive. All in all, solid improvement. There are probably things you need to work on, there always is but good job man.

Thanks a lot man!

prerube 10-07-2012 07:40 PM

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Red line is your front foot, blue line is the center of your body.

It appears you are turning your torso more in the followthrough which is taking a lot of the stress off your shoulder.

Seriously, HUGE improvement. I had to watch it in slo-mo a few times to see anything.

leroybrown 10-07-2012 07:41 PM

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Originally Posted by prerube (Post 1638157)
I am working on photos.

Here is one

Okay I like this pic a lot!! Thanks man! Definitely see what i need to change there.

leroybrown 10-07-2012 07:42 PM

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Originally Posted by prerube (Post 1638163)
Red line is your front foot, blue line is the center of your body.


SO does my body need to be over my foot at the hit?

prerube 10-07-2012 07:48 PM

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This video showed me so many flaws in my own timing and weight transfer (that I still have yet to fix)

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Here are some pictures of Avery with his weight over his foot.


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