Thread: Sidearm Lever
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Old 06-11-2013, 09:23 PM
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It might sound counter-intuitive, but try using less follow-through, i.e. don't let your arm cross your body. This should help with forcing you to get power and snap from your forearm. I think. Forehand came very natural to me when I started throwing it, which I attribute to playing squash and raquetball. The FH in these games is more similar to a DG forehand than any other sports motions I have seen, I am surprised they aren't ever mentioned in forehand discussions.
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