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Can speed make up for lack of reach?
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Old 25 Nov 2012, 06:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Can speed make up for lack of reach?

I am pretty tall 5'11 with a short wingspan for my height (69 inches)

This would make it harder for me to take shots for the legs, could being really fast while taking my shot make up for my short arms and tall height??
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yes definitely, but it mostly is the perfection of technique. Trust me you can do any move you want if you prefect it. Worry about drilling your shots until they become engrained into your technique and you can take down anyone you want despite your reach
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