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PostPosted: 26 Aug 2017, 20:41 
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Blade: Yasaka Extra Offensive
FH: Tenergy-05
BH: Mark V
Greetings, I consider myself to be a beginner to intermediate level C-pen player

One thing I would like to ask is is it normal for our penhold grip to always change slightly? I seem to be not able to maintain one single consistent grip during my game/multiball session and so I have to consciously adjust my penhold grip every time.

I would like to hear an advice or two from you guys regarding this problem.
Cheers

p.s. my penhold grip resembles Ma Lin penhold grip


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If your grip is similar to Ma Lin, your grip will for sure change (slightly) when you play FH, traditional BH, and reverse BH.


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