ALVIN DEDEAUX: Okay, so when you’re doing
that power snap, you just want to focus on what’s happening here with your wrist. This
is really important. This causes a lot of big wide loops is by letting that wrist go
too far back on the power snap. There’s only two positions for your wrist when you do the
power snap. One is there and there. So that’s going to be my power snap on my back cast
going from a close wrist, boom, to an open wrist with no more than a 45-degree angle.
My forward cast, the power snap, I’m going to go from there to there. No more movement
than that. Back cast, forward cast. Back cast, forward cast.