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Old 03-02-2021, 08:09 PM
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Yes. For me it is an easy reminder for crush the can. Can’t rotate on the heel if the foot lands toe to target (horse stance).
The foot doesn't really need to pivot(or as much) if pointed more targetward.
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Old 03-03-2021, 12:53 AM
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The foot doesn't really need to pivot(or as much) if pointed more targetward.
Kyle Klein opens up his front foot/leg more than other pros (on some shots at least) and still crushes.
I wouldn't recommend it as it might complicate a few things, but it's interesting.



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Kyle Klein opens up his front foot/leg more than other pros (on some shots at least) and still crushes.
I wouldn't recommend it as it might complicate a few things, but it's interesting.
It's all good as long you can still shift from behind. I think it's just harder to learn it being more open, so Crush the Can like most drills exaggerates things to help Feel the shift/catch from behind.

Crazy watching his arm roll under in the followthru.

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It's all good as long you can still shift from behind. I think it's just harder to learn it being more open, so Crush the Can like most drills exaggerates things to help Feel the shift/catch from behind.

Crazy watching his arm roll under in the followthru.
Agreed. Didn't really think about the arm rolling under though. Also very interesting. I hope we get to see more of him this season.
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