Fixing the Plane of Your Swing
Repeats to self: forward and above, forward and above.

When it comes to fixing the plane of our swing, repeat this over and over: forward and above, forward and above, forward and above. In this video brought to you by Lone Star Ropes, Dustin Egusquiza and Coleman Proctor talk swing angles.

“When I’m outside of a coil, my swing is flatter above the head of the steer, where I’m going to rope both horns at the same time. But when I get inside of a coil, where I’m not going to let go of a coil out of my left hand, I drop it down to where I can cover the right horn first and across the left.”

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