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Power Grunting - Performance Improving? 19-Feb-2011 At 11:30:16 AM Butters81
On 19/02/2011 TonyB wrote:
>On 19/02/2011 nmonteith wrote:
>>... it tenses their core muscles
>>and kept them more in control on the cliff.
>I agree. It seems very effective. This is quite difficult to do consciously
>without a "Saaaah". Maybe crags are about to get a whole lot noisier ;-)

Perhaps this explains to current state of female tennis.

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