Changing the way I think about the exit of off side
I found something last night that I did not expect. For a few years I have been working on keeping my free hand off the handle longer at off side. I have a bad habit of rotating my upper body too much & too early at off side. When I control it better I run more balls.
Until last night the focus was always delaying my shoulders or my free hand. I was screwing around last night just trying to run super smooth 35s. Instead of thinking about delaying my upper body I changed my focus to pointing my knees and feet across the lake at apex. Standing on dry ground this seems like exactly the same as delaying with my shoulders but ShazZam! Holy Crap! It is not the same. I have never run 35s that easy.
This change in focus achieved what I was always trying to do. The result was that I was making a longer arc to the inside before I took up the load, hooking up later but with about the same angle and less load.
The guys on the dock tried to tell me that they have heard @SethSki
talk about something like this before.
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