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Date Posted: 10:30:55 07/14/00 Fri
Author: D.G.
Subject: Re: Push/Pull +
In reply to: Peter 's message, "Re: Push/Pull +" on 06:17:16 07/14/00 Fri

> You are right. This whole notion of pulling with the
> right is outside of the push/pull battle. If you do
> what I do and set a push pull tension on the club and
> initiate the swing with a body mosement, you have
> another 'flavor' that is outside of the debate.
> Peter

Oh sure, throw in another variable why don't yah- LOL

This does complicate the hell out of things but I love it. Seems I am another one of those guys who is not satisfied to know how things work but have to tear them down and see why it works as it does.
I have memories of receiving a mechano set for Xmas many years ago and dad had spent the night making me an operating crane/truck. He would not let me rip it down for a couple of days and the frustration I suffered has made me disfunctional ;-)


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