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"don't hold him in great regard either mate. If memory serves correct, I think I ran him off of another forum because he behaved like the 2nd coming of Christ. No one complained when I did it. "
Yeah Laird I remembered the name, must have been Rick's old forum.....I got the same impression. like he'd stepped down to my level so he could show how schitt I was
I don't like the ~"internal" folks.so don't misyunderstand my posts I'm not a tree hugger chi faery.but there is sime good stuff there.mixed in with the bull
The Take Off Concept
Your take off will be situationally dependent on time, distance, position in the reactionary curve, urgency inside of the balance "to hit and to not be hit," allowable telegraphing, desired direction, traction/footing, necessary acceleration, strategy, priority between the targeted X or the positional X, physical abilities, physical limitations, agility, coordination, athleticism, natural ability, and instincts.
If we combine the beauty of the flinch, the speed potential of the drive foot off of the centerline, and the power/explosivness potential, and sure footedness of the drive foot on the centerline you may just have the very best take off available.
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