Breaking 360-380 plateau consistently

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Re: Breaking 360-380 plateau consistently

Postby seabas22 » Wed Apr 11, 2012 4:25 pm

Smigles wrote:
seabas22 wrote: Beware your footwork. Going from the x-step to the plant your hips open and stomp the plant foot so you are shifting your weight from in front of you. You want to close the hips going from the x-step to the plant and land more backwards and closed landing toe to heel so your weight transfers from behind you. 9


From your vid where you play the course I can see that you turn on your toes. Should be a toe to heel to toe tranfer.

You talking about me?
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Re: Breaking 360-380 plateau consistently

Postby Beetard » Wed Apr 11, 2012 8:30 pm

No, seabass, smigles was talking about archimedes's drive.
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