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After watching a youth german chopper

(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6sv3Y9ofpM)

I was wondering: While doing a backhand chop with his right arm, he does a "counter movemement" with his left arm, for balance/stability reasons I think.
Do you think it is worth to explicit train your left arm to do this? It looks extremly stylish 8)


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Couldn't see video. However for most if not all shots the off arm should be used to maintain balance - not just leave it dangling there.

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Retriever wrote:
Couldn't see video. However for most if not all shots the off arm should be used to maintain balance - not just leave it dangling there.


Sorry, I honestly do not know why embedding does not work. I edited the post with the link to youtube.


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defentist_apostel wrote:
After watching a youth german chopper

(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6sv3Y9ofpM)

I was wondering: While doing a backhand chop with his right arm, he does a "counter movemement" with his left arm, for balance/stability reasons I think.
Do you think it is worth to explicit train your left arm to do this? It looks extremly stylish 8)

I kinda vote for yes.

Actually, not only your non playing hand, all your body must be committed in concert on every strokes. ;)

Talking about style in chopping, the most stylish one for me is, Angelica Rozeanu. ;)

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