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Get smart about how you manage your content (16 Jan 2006)
It was long accepted in tennis that players roll the racket over the ball when they hit a forehand. Then sophisticated video analysis showed that the best players almost never move their wrist at the point of impact. (Even though the same players would have repeatedly stated that they did roll their wrists.) For years, students were being trained to roll their wrists. Conventional wisdom.
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