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Old 10-19-2018, 04:07 AM
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1. Doesn't the rear leg/foot swivel as the can is crushed?
2. And isn't the can being crushed the shift of the majority of weight to the front foot?
Remember these are drills to exaggerate things and overlap in sequence. There is no can or chair in a real swing.

1. Yes. The front heel is still above the ground as rear foot/leg swivels. So the can is beginning to be crushed, but not flattened yet, the heel is still above the ground, so your weight has not shifted majority yet.

2. The majority of your weight shifting forward / heel hitting the ground due to gravity happens to crush the can in the way. Your weight has not shifted majority as the can is in processes of being flattened.
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This might help answer some questions, or raise whole bunch.

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