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Date Posted: 13:31:00 07/08/00 Sat
Author: Peter
Subject: Re: Good release, bad release
In reply to: Phys Ed 's message, "Good release, bad release" on 00:30:16 07/08/00 Sat

> My guess is that they would be and that the release
> and left wrirst break down are two separate issues.
> Are there good releases and bad releases or does
> release mean doing it the right way?

With any of the definitions so far it is still possible to have breakdown of the left wrist. That is a separate issue. With what I now feel to be a 'correct' release using my definition for the term the left wrist won't break down.

There are also NO release (my definition - before impact) swings like HSS. If you do what I call a release before impact with HSS you are going LEFT.


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