So I had made myself like a thick throw blanket trying to get heavy as possible holding all my bones together and allowing things to slide about a bit and not being worried about being called fat and wishing I was laying next to some pantera on their sides with their stomach clearing their feet by one inch.
All fine but even zodiac signs change. I do weights some but who doesn’t? So yesteray I did some broom workouts for form. I used a larger broom with a hollow metal end that had been bent,and roken/torn off leaving a very sharp edge that made me be mindful of my swing as well as a shorter smaller broom about 3 feet to the other 4. I wanted to be more isolated and unique in my swing and for me that means a power type swing. I swung like I was practicing for baseball with stickball gear but also like a barbarian. Meaning not lettng go with one hand at the end and leading for the base. I tried full sideways amd more facing feet heavily planted everything braced broom upright like holding a sword. This is the way I would swing holding a kettlebell weight inverted by the handles at the side around the head. A very heavy swing with the broom flat for wind resistance and allowing just enough give in my hands not to rip them open and returning to read position with the broom 90 degrees upright being held by both hands pulled back as far ass possible to grip just on the side of the chest muscle where it connects to the shoulder.
I swing not to impact something with great froce and accurace but to rip off the shoulder girdle and arms liek they are a a pair of coat hangers. Just repeated swings in one direction, switichign stances, and then swinging at slightly different angles and even back aorund the head the other way to open up new angles and arcs and allow true body expression.
I am not getting into somebody else’s swing for a more powerful swing, but getting a powerful swing from my poor one by workoing others out of it. It’s called being true to oneself.