Right Leg Loading and Weight transfer

Re: Right Leg Loading and Weight transfer

Postby Range Rat » Tue Jul 26, 2016 3:29 am

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Re: Right Leg Loading and Weight transfer

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Re: Right Leg Loading and Weight transfer

Postby Range Rat » Wed Jul 27, 2016 9:27 am

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Re: Right Leg Loading and Weight transfer

Postby Ded2Journey » Fri Jul 29, 2016 8:31 am

Loading, unloading...balanced...
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Re: Right Leg Loading and Weight transfer

Postby k2baloo » Fri Jul 29, 2016 1:38 pm

I don't understand the difference between loading/unloading and a weight shift.
I get ABS wants the weight to stay right long enough to push off the right leg. But I don't see a difference outside of that other than wording. Of course I haven't gone through the program, but I find the convo on loading vs weight shift confusing...
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Re: Right Leg Loading and Weight transfer

Postby norcalvol » Fri Jul 29, 2016 1:48 pm

Perhaps think of loading as a vertically oriented event (downward into the right foot) and weight shift as having a predominant horizontal vector.
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Re: Right Leg Loading and Weight transfer

Postby k2baloo » Fri Jul 29, 2016 7:00 pm

norcalvol wrote:Perhaps think of loading as a vertically oriented event (downward into the right foot) and weight shift as having a predominant horizontal vector.


Gotcha, thanks Norcalvol
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Re: Right Leg Loading and Weight transfer

Postby Ded2Journey » Fri Jul 29, 2016 7:26 pm

k2baloo wrote:I don't understand the difference between loading/unloading and a weight shift.
I get ABS wants the weight to stay right long enough to push off the right leg. But I don't see a difference outside of that other than wording. Of course I haven't gone through the program, but I find the convo on loading vs weight shift confusing...


Weight shift is one dimensional. Right/Left...balls of your feet, etc. Loading allows your mind to develop better feels through your range of biology. Deep vs. left, torqued vs. back, pressured vs. static. Unloading is also a very "opposing forces" skill set, IMHO. Henrick Stenson loads and unloads with absolute precision...and modern gear. HS does NOT shift his weight...norcalvol hit it on the head, go 3D. Weight shift is 2D...
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Re: Right Leg Loading and Weight transfer

Postby Steve P » Fri Jul 29, 2016 8:11 pm

http://boditraksports.com/kc/18764/
Stenson say bs is into the right and ds is initiated by a little move to the left.
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Re: Right Leg Loading and Weight transfer

Postby Steve P » Fri Jul 29, 2016 8:14 pm

Stenson and Hogan both said the ds is initiated by a move left with the weight.
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