So I reviewed some previous threads first to make sure I wasn’t out right necroing but couldn’t find what I was looking for. So I have two technique issues/questions relating to each of my thumbs.
With my right thumb, I have always rested it on the pickup. I certainly see the many benefits of the floating thumb technique, but oh man does it give me anxiety. So one could say “Just rest on the pickup for now.” However, that’s reinforcing “bad technique” kinda in my mind. As I’m very confident and comfortable with resting on the pickup. With the line of thinking to not worry about it for now, I feel will cause me to progress and be so set in my ways eventually, that I’ll never go back. Anyone have some advice on how to approach the situation?
My left thumb tends to work its way parallel to the neck opposed to staying perpendicular. It seems this is a technique faux pas that I should correct? Or is it not as big of deal as I’m making it?
With all of this, I’m just trying to always be uber conscious of technique as that is the one thing people always harp on when it comes to online training. In regards to not getting proper technique training from them. It is in fact one of the major reasons I chose B2B. As Josh made it very clear to me in the free videos, that this is indeed an issue he acknowledges, which is why he continuously doubles back on technique in them or at least that’s how I perceived it. Either way, that doubling back always helps keep it on my mind which I feel is important.