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Question: if the head stays relatively stable can EE be lived with? I have to work hard at coming from the inside and the goat humping seems to magnify when flattening out in transition. My feeling is that it can be ironed out later on as long as my head stays centered and I'm not coming OTT.

 

I would tend to say yes.  Again some EE is good and if the head stays steady then you'll probably be in good shape.  Just depends on what your priority is.  Having a good handle on Keys 1 and 2 is more important than "fixing" EE imo

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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

Question: if the head stays relatively stable can EE be lived with? I have to work hard at coming from the inside and the goat humping seems to magnify when flattening out in transition. My feeling is that it can be ironed out later on as long as my head stays centered and I'm not coming OTT.

I would tend to say yes.  Again some EE is good and if the head stays steady then you'll probably be in good shape.  Just depends on what your priority is.

Thanks Mike. I'll make sure to monitor my head movement.
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