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    Does anyone suspect if stance / behavior is different when the situation is defensive vs offensive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redhat View Post
    Does anyone suspect if stance / behavior is different when the situation is defensive vs offensive?
    Yep!

    Every sport, art, whatever has fundamentals. Best practices. But in performance you are constantly compensating for that less than ideal situation that is known as real life.

    practice, practice, practice, ... perform. Other than something like Bullseye how could you ever know what your stance will be.

    I believe great shooters simply constantly compensate off what they know to be their personal ideal basis and the physics of the weapon manipulation as it relates to their body/abilty.

    How do you swing a baseball bat?
    What is the correct posture at a piano?
    What's the correct way to get pulled up on a water ski?
    How do you correctly hold drum sticks?

    There are answers to all those questions... but.... everyone does it just a little bit differently and sometimes a lot differently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redhat View Post
    Does anyone suspect if stance / behavior is different when the situation is defensive vs offensive?

    I believe you will see the difference between defensive/offensive vs competitive.
    Train 2 Win

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