JR wrote:Safety first. Your right leg is planted with the whole sole stopping the leg from pivoting on the heel with the ball of the foot up in the air. It leads to rounding reduces power and worst of all strains the body to the point of breaking over time. It has got to change or you walking days might be over in the rare worst case scenario. Severe injury is a very real threat.
JR wrote:You should push the wrist down until the disc has left and that requires a lot of muscle power.
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