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Originally Posted by billyjacko View Post
Staying on your insteps, both feet, is important to keep your weight inside your posture so it turns into rotational force and doesn't leak out or lag.
In both your cases I think I've recommended to let your rear heel down to better load/stack the rear leg more upright, just need to make sure the rear heel leads off the ground from the instep driving it. In "the move" Mike talks about pressure in the rear heel in the backswing, having the rear heel on the ground makes it easier to load the rear ankle and rest of the leg with your weight.

And of course the front heel needs to plant to brace and maintain centered pivot.
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