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Old 12-01-2012, 01:22 PM   #26
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The angle between the wrist and forearm decreases as the moment of impact approaches. The wrist starts laid back wrt the forearm and then is almost in line with the forearm at impact. This shows that its position wrt to the forearm is not constant.

It could well be a natural consequence of the pronation of the forearm. It is unnatural to pronate without bringing the wrist from laid back to neutral or slightly supinated at impact.
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