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feet from the wall?

Discussion in 'Techniques / Training' started by lexce, Oct 11, 2006.

  1. lexce

    lexce Regular Member

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    how many feet or meters is going to be my distance from the wall to practice reflexes to the cock?
     
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    cooler Regular Member

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    start out about 6 ft, and move closer say, by 1 ft increment, when u feel u needed more challenge
     
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    depends on the wall surface, hard plaster gives more rebound than sound insulating board for example.
     
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    chessymonkey Regular Member

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    as close as you can barely handle the rebound quick enough
    and don't forget keep a safe distance so u don't clash your racket on the wall
     
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    Do what you want, there's no right or wrong way.

    Make sure you know what kind of training effect you want, then select a distance you think is appropriate. Evaluate whether that distance is effective, and readjust if needed.
     

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