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Old 02-10-2007, 01:51 PM   #2
Steve Shafley
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Thanks Peter.

The whole thing has seriously spiraled out of control, with those falling in on the GS side taking a much more reasonable and rationale approach, and the "Hardstyle" folks basically just running on emotion.

That's what's nice about competition. The best damn form will eventually when out with the best competitors adopt it because of the efficiency and elegance of movement.

And, the real problem isn't with the "grinds" or the "ballistics", it's with the HS folks insisting that HS style is better for their needs for whatever damn reason, while ignoring the need for efficient and biomechanically correct movement, ESPECIALLY in a sport like GS, where you are performing an astonishing number of repetitions in a set time period, and efficiency is important.
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