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Old 05-19-2019, 02:43 PM #21
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Apart from all the great advices given, i see that when retreating back, you move your weight (your CG) way too high and get unbalanced, and your rival can overcome you because your are not solid in the ground.
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Apart from all the great advices given, i see that when retreating back, you move your weight (your CG) way too high and get unbalanced, and your rival can overcome you because your are not solid in the ground.
What have you been up to brother?
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