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Old 05-31-2009, 12:35 PM   #8
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But the ATTEMPT to make it happen, is often a great cue, IMO at least...
definitely. the only reason i hesitated to add that to my post is that i was thinking about it becoming a problem of overthinking in this case - and instead of trying to finish the turnover at the time the feet reconnect, trying to reconnect the feet at the time the turnover finished (i.e. floating the feet). i haven't seen this much, but i have seen it, and it 's amazingly awkward. i guess the key is using it as a cue - attempting to do it - but knowing it won't happen exactly.
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