Difference between revisions of "High track"

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High track: A track outside of the thumb hole and finger holes that is no more than an inch from either.
 
High track: A track outside of the thumb hole and finger holes that is no more than an inch from either.
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A high track is usually a result of a release that promotes less axis tilt and is usually more "up-the-back" of the ball, creating more forward roll.
  
 
[[Category: Glossary]]
 
[[Category: Glossary]]

Latest revision as of 19:45, 25 January 2013

High track: A track outside of the thumb hole and finger holes that is no more than an inch from either.

A high track is usually a result of a release that promotes less axis tilt and is usually more "up-the-back" of the ball, creating more forward roll.