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Threadle As A Push Through Followed By A Rear Cross

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Sabine

Hi, @Daisy Peel, here is our video of this drill:

Thank you for watching and commenting!

Sabine

Thank you @Daisy Peel for this valuable input! I understand what you mean with using motion betwenn #3 and #4 to indicate the slice at 4. I guess I’m simply not used to not having more space to move between the jumps, so I’m a bit afraid to come in too close to the wing of #3 😉

Thank you.

Merck Salazar

Delft ( Module 6,Unit 2) A Threadle as a Push Through Followed by a RX,Trial 1

Merck Salazar

Yup, again that’s an old habit that I should change. the illustration you share is very clear. I’m fun using the red path. Hahaha.

Janie Peirce

http://youtu.be/1YAxEazruVQ

Daisy, three inches of rain in the last two days, the field is soggy and slick. I have saved you from having to watch the PUSH where I landed on the ground with Zoë standing over me.

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