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Old November 29th, 2019, 08:16 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by polishedball View Post
tried some of the pointing and head turn to get my body an hips correct, and wow the transition back to front smoothed right out. Thanks all
A wide exaggerated arm movement can help too. It "commits" your body, and then your feet are obligated to do what is needed. I like doing that towards the end of session when I get tired. Take whichever arm, put it out in front of you. If you are going clockwise, right arm. Sweep the arm out to the side. When the arm gets to your side, locks in place, and that momentum starts to turn your torso as your arm continues to move on its' path. Now you are committed to the transition. I'll usually sweep my right toe back to follow the arm, and lift my left toe and pivot on my heel to complete the transition.
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