seabas22 wrote:Facing the target more at the start of the x-step creates more core torque/winding up/back later. At the plant of the front heel is when you should hit the top of your backswing where you can't turn any further back and you have no choice but start turning back forward after your weight moves into the front leg. If you start the x-step in a more backward position chances are you start turning forward early before your weight transfer to the front leg and don't really load/wind up the core into/against the rear leg.
This. It pains me to see people run up almost backwards already reaching back. It looks so inefficient (not to mention awkward as hell).
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