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Old 10-23-2012, 07:54 PM   #8
pvaudio
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You should not focus on leaving the ground. This results in a huge amount of errors. The reason you come off the ground is the result of loading your lower body to get weight into the ball. AFTER the weight is transferred, your body may be off the ground. It should not be off beforehand, as you generate the majority of your power from the ground (loading the lower body and torso is easiest when grounded. Look at the mule-kick backhand. The ONLY way to get any pop onto this ball is to rotate your hips through the ball significantly.
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