hart Posted October 29, 2005 Report Share Posted October 29, 2005 I tend to over-correct when taking a correction so I just want want to keep my eye out for those tendencies. For the next month I am focusing almost solely upon getting pulled-up, relaxing my tailbone down, and getting over my supporting leg. Three mistakes I have been needing to keep my eye on so far are, (1) The, "I am going to kill you," look whenever I am trying really hard, (2) Tucking under, (3) Ribs popping out when I am trying to us my lower abs to pull up, and (4) Tension in my upper body. What are other typical over-compensation mistakes in pulling-up, and does anyone have any feedback on the mistakes I already tend to make? Quote Link to comment
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