Ross Mar 08
I have a drill called the “Front Foot Drill”, where the front hip and much of the weight is right on top of the front (left as you say) foot. This drill helps teach the feeling of rotating around the front hip to the finish. BUT, most of the time the reason someone get stuck through impact is: They started with too much weight on the back foot… or they let their weight slide to the back foot and can’t get back. Make sure you really brace your back knee to the inside of the back foot and hold it. This will help keep more weight forward. If the back knee moves on top of the back foot or worse to the outside of your back foot, your in trouble.