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Old 03-25-2013, 02:14 PM   #53
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Originally Posted by TheLambsheadrep View Post
When I was talking about forehand beta angles, I was referring to the angle between the forearm and the racquet, where the beta angle would change depend on the amount of wrist extension (being naturally extended, that is). I did not mean the angle that changes due to wrist ulnar/radial deviation, which is in the same plane of motion as shifting from a pistol to hammer grip in your hand.
Sorry, I didnít recognize you were talking about wrist extension.
IMO, in case of FH, the wrist extension/flexion are poison motions, because they just can open or close a racquet face. The wrist extension/flexion should be locked around contact. See also post #180
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