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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Does “Weight Shift” = Momentum


Posted by: Jimmy () on Mon Dec 17 10:05:42 2007


> > > Therefore, I do not believe in the concept that the hands go straight back so they can go forward. – I don’t know if this answers your question – it is what I teach.
> > >
> > > Jack Mankin
> >
> > Jack,
> >
> > The hands should not go back at all, they actually stay in space where they are and the torso floats away from them.
> >
> > This separation of hands and body is a result of a leg weight shift to the back foot, then back to center (balanced weight distribution).
> >
> > Jimmy
>
> Jimmy,
>
> Are you talking about walking away from your hands?
>
> Graylon

Graylon,

I've never used that term because there is no walking involved, but I guess this is what I am talking about.

Jimmy


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