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Old 02-21-2018, 11:42 AM
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Originally Posted by sidewinder22 View Post
Iím not sure what the question is with front cheek here, fix rear cheek first.
I think I'm starting to figure out what I can't quite articulate. The pressure of the weight coming down on the heel sends everything backward/right of teepad. I can kind of feel it if I think of stomping timed with my hip rotation. It's subtle, but feels great.

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Watch SC Hogan Power Move where he talks about amazing leverage from rear leg and not spinning by letting the rear side fall over.
Would you say this forward move/the move, and hershyzer are all about hip rotation/loading into the backswing? When I start thinking of it this way I generating a lot more power in my throws. I threw my tee-bird 406' and Thunderbird 426' laser measured on flat ground with a steady tail wind yesterday. With the loading on the rearside, and clearing of the front side, it feels like I'm throwing in my fallow through or I've rotated further before I release (I have no clue if that makes any sense.) Still major posture issues, and I can't seem to calm down the super elongated run up I do when I'm not restricted to my 10x10 room. I keep throwing myself out of balance at the x-step, and tipping over the top because of it.

One thing I notice while trying to load/get the rear hip pointing more toward the target, is I'm getting more flat footed on the rear foot. I think once I'm able to abbreviate the x-step in balance, it'll be easier to stay on my toes.
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