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I have received my latest evolvr lesson and it looks like I have to focus more on my left wrist bow... Any ideas on how I could improve that??

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6 minutes ago, Jameson said:

I have received my latest evolvr lesson and it looks like I have to focus more on my left wrist bow... Any ideas on how I could improve that??

What were you told in your video?

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1 minute ago, iacas said:

What were you told in your video?

To keep working to have more bow on my left wrist, not just at the top of the backswing but on the downsing and prior to impact too. So I think this is definitely my only priority piece at the moment. They said that is going to help my chicken wing too! 

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25 minutes ago, Jameson said:

To keep working to have more bow on my left wrist, not just at the top of the backswing but on the downsing and prior to impact too. So I think this is definitely my only priority piece at the moment. They said that is going to help my chicken wing too! 

Right, so then… do that. Slowly, at first, as always…

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4 minutes ago, iacas said:

Right, so then… do that. Slowly, at first, as always…

I will, slow and thousands of reps. Will see if it pays off... Thanks-

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