High & Slow or Low & Fast?

It's sometimes a tough gamble. Quantum's Terry Hutchinson provides rules of thumb for when to foot and when to pinch. "The basic concept of going fast-forward in a lift, or pinching in a header, has been around for as long as I can remember - or at least since my junior sailing days when my instructor passed along this tactical tidbit along. Going fast-forward-what's also referred to as 'making a bearing gain' - is a great weapon to have in your tactical arsenal."


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