Blake_T wrote:in that case, the wind pushed the nose down but you were high enough up to have a substantial air pocket to continue penetrating/gliding late in the flight when you normally stall out late (that explains the 275 to 325 jump).
as for griplocks that go a long ways... for players with very little snap, late release generally helps them get a bigger snap transfer. for a straight line snap transfer, there has to be an abrupt stop of the wrist (in the forward direction) to start the tendon bounce and finishing with an open wrist to transfer the tendon force into the rim, which is snap.
Blake_T wrote:have to work on timing your finish with wrist extension.
btw, my video clip on my bent elbow 2 article is wrong for tendon bounce.
chances are you are coming too much around your body and not enough straight through at the finish.
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