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Old 04-30-2018, 11:54 PM
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Yeah, learn to throw one leg so your spine is on the lead leg and balanced...then learn how to shift the weight onto the front leg so that you land with the spine on the front leg from a standstill or X-step. Right now your spine is only on the rear leg and you're throwing your shoulders forward. No sense trying to "fix" your pull through/swing plane until your spine is balanced on the plant leg and not tipping during the throw.
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