Don T Fight The Work Body Mechanics In The Shop
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In the late '80s and early '90s you could visit a str*p club and it wouldn't be sleazy.The reason: Mike Tyson.He would simply walk through opponents with devastating power in the first few rounds.Nobody wanted to order the expensive pay-per-view at home with the odds of it being over in seconds.
So the str*p clubs could collect a door fee, a two-drink minimum and be done with the boxing crowd within an hour.That was Tyson at his peak, but not his prime.In his prime, he was more finesse than power and had a lot to teach woodworkers.
Early in his career Tyson developed such a solid foundation with footwork that he could execute inventive combinations that accentuated his natural speed and power.Yet his legacy rarely considers that foundation which made him a devastating power hitter at his peak.
Luckily woodworkers don't have to consider footwork as much as a boxer because our wood isn't fighting back.And if it does, we burn it.But the idea of using your body to generate movement away from your core muscles with power, accuracy and efficiency is the same in boxing and woodwork.
We need to develop footwork that creates...