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Old 02-24-2013, 06:05 PM
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Originally Posted by 707puncher View Post
It should shift automatically. The second you rotate your hips, that is where the body weight transfer occurs. As dar as leaning, do you mean to the side, forward?
yES SO i ROTATE MY HIPS AND LEAN MY WEIGHT ONTO MY FRONT FOOT (Fowards) for the cross, and then rotate them the other way and lean my weight onto my backfoot for the hook.

So basically you are saying if I was rotating my hips properly this weight transfer should of happened automatically!?
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