We looked inside some of the tweets by @OneGun45 and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
The side view: @Cheatcode07 was one of the best movers I’ve ever had the chance to be around. Look closely, the lead leg stays flexed through ball release and doesn’t straighten until well after the ball is gone. He basically sustains stability through the deceleration phase. https://t.co/3WOpPsF9yc
Parts of a great lead leg block: 1) lead knee stabilizes after SFC. Obvious 2) leg braces/extends as internal rotation happens at lead hip https://t.co/ef1kDqlRVH
This is worth revisiting because it could’ve been articulated better at the time. I think we can all agree that 3D analysis is better than 2D, however, the side view paints a decent picture of what I’d like to articulate. So here it goes, lead leg after foot plant, a thread⬇️ https://t.co/U4Wdq5oLIJ
I’m not sure who needs to see this but if you have some sort of leather loop on your keychain and you use elevators often then you can use this technique to avoid touching the buttons with your fingers https://t.co/KyVSIWhAp1
OFFICIAL: #SFGiants have added the following players to the player pool. • Camilo Doval • Luis Toribio • Chadwick Tromp • Will Wilson The roster now stands at 56 players.
Doval was having a lights out spring training before the shutdown. He’s made a lot of progress in the past year and I’m really excited for him to get this opportunity. https://t.co/NYlWlmjrcb