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Can someone comment on what it means to stretch the right side... They mention this in the 5sk DVDs... I guess another question is, if you don't feel this stretch are u not pivoting correct? Thanks
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Can someone comment on what it means to stretch the right side... They mention this in the 5sk DVDs... I guess another question is, if you don't feel this stretch are u not pivoting correct?

It simply means to extend the trail ankle, knee, hip, and to a small extent the right side of the spine (if you're a righty).

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Do u feel a slight stretch of the right side of the abdomen?


Specific feels vary from player to player. Many players do feel a literal "stretch" on that side.

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http://www.purestrikeswingclinic.com/video.php?id=858

This provided a light bulb moment for me.  Especially around 4:33.  Doing the stretch he's showing, really helped me feel the proper position.

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What you feel and what you actually do are very different things. I feel like my right side does not stretch at all and I struggle with too much stretch (especially in my upper back). You'll need to use a mirror or camera and check the position that way to see what if feels like to you.
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