bedeutet nichts weiter als ein Wackeln, entweder mit dem Schlägerkopf, mit den Handgelenken oder sogar, wie man es beobachten kann, mit dem gesamten Körper. Das führt eine Lockerung der Muskulatur herbei und ermöglicht dadurch einen leichteren und besseren Durchschwung.

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