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03-13-2011, 01:57 PM
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Noir
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I didn't see you mentioning it but how far back are you winding your shot?

The farther back you wind your wrister, the better velocity, more height (if needed). Considering you've just begun, I don't think you have the comfort (or balance) to be able to completely utilize the wind up for a good wrister.

Which makes me think is the crux of your problem; and that's why you're currently experiencing weak wristers.


edit: by wind-up I don't mean the traditional wind up on a shot like a slapper or snapper when one has to lift his/her stick. What I mean is how far back your starting position of your shot is.

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