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Old 06-07-2016, 09:44 AM #3
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If I'm understanding your description right then fixing your stance would help.It seems really messed up. If the problem is that you have too much weight on your lead leg to turn on it after your rear cross though, then you may just want to lean back somewhat as you throw your hook so you can distribute your weight better and swivel your feet. I don't mean lean your head back, but rather just center your hips between your feet more.
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