JR wrote:Feldy uses the forward and right movement of the left leg to counter the arm chop in order to even out things.
JR wrote:Golfers slipping back still have ground contact even though it ain't optimal.
JR wrote:If they don't lean back with the body while slipping the loss may not be great at all. Power generation wise but of course it changes where you hit the ball and the upward trajectory of the ball.
JR wrote:Casio cameras are too slow at times to store each image and there are skips. I don't think that is the problem here she just throws so fast that the time between the pictures allows her to move that fast. DG is fastfastfast.
JR wrote:In the earlier picture she loses out much of the hit because her left leg is off of the ground. That reduces the speed at which her body turns to the right...
JR wrote:I'm not disputing that at all i'm just saying Newton would not approve and the efficiency of this throw was compromised. I have filmed a way better form from her and i commented on the audio track to the President's Cup 2011 that to learn form you should look at that throw over and over again. Not sure if lcgm8 included it in the video though.
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