acebobby Posted July 11, 2009 Report Share Posted July 11, 2009 When I did the school earlier this week I learned loads of techniques, but this one in particular has been playing on my mind. The thing is I understand the exact principle Andy Ibbott was showing us in the class room when pushing the wall with one hand and putting some tension in the opposite leg, demonstrating how much more power the push has when you do this! The problem I am having is separating this technique from locking in to the tank! When I lock into the tank I tend to push of the peg and drive my knee into the stomp grip, basically getting my leg wedged between the peg and the tank, by doing this I believe that creates alot of tension through my leg just as I turn in. Is it correct to assume that both these techniques go hand in hand or am I missing something? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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