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Date Posted: 07:43:18 06/15/00 Thu
Author: Bob G
Subject: How dramatic should the head over right knee be?

There seems to be agreement that with either ng or ima that you keep your head over your back knee. IMA drills actually have you practice this way. Yet in IMA he cautions against too dramatic a lowering of the right side (says this is what the others icorrectly teach, meaning ng Is it correct with ng to dramatically drop the shoulder? You read about the Ng "squatting position"? Graves has said the downswing is similar to the move of tossing a softball? Jack K video seems to also show a very dramatic lowering with the elbow in front (hammer drill). Question wouldn't such a dramatic move produce mis-hits? Do your shoulders follow this move as one continuous downswing action?


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