is my back leg collapsing if it isnt reaching full extension and is bending during weight shift? (my knee is in line with the toe of my shoe at its biggest flexion angle)
what do you mean by “keep lifting the lead elbow?”
just practice from 60′ 6″
get tons of reps as similar as you can to a game situation
do you think the reason my elbow is not getting to shoulder height and a good cocked position is because i am hooking my arm behind the line of my trunk? would concentrating on taking the ball in an aligned arch fix what could be a timing issue, allowing my elbow to flex and reach shoulder height?
this looks good- drastically better than the old way.
I actually just started developing this method as well, letting the hips start out just before i reach the height of my leg kick..this way the weight is already moving out on the way down so i don’t collapse the back side.
What I’m curious to see is how your leg drive looks; after the weight shift, which you cut out of the video.
something i have been working on the last week is letting the little man push the back hip as my leg kick reaches its height (not after), making sure my back leg stays stable throughout weight shift- not letting the knee collapse past the posting foot toe. When the hands break, I keep my back foot down as long as i can and ride the back leg out, letting it straighten out.