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Old 03-08-2020, 02:52 PM
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Originally Posted by treekickluv View Post
im allways cautious for injury and having a muscle at its limits and then applying force to it is not a sustainable solution for me. i assume you mean the shoulder should be protracted when you start accelerating? im well aware that the upper arm should never move far away from 90 degrees of your shoulders. aka hugging yourself or ''strong arming''
Yes it starts protracted like door frame drill/hammer throw and remains pulled taut until you release and then follow thru. It's not really using the muscle or near max range of motion. You have to let go of the muscle, dingle arm it.
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