It’s a technique you train when you plan to win. Everyone trains the fundamentals, speed, acceleration, power, contact time. When races are won by split seconds, the dip counts.

When you are far ahead, you might feel it’s not worth the effort. The crowd wants to see you rise to greatness. We long to be inspired. Give us your very best effort, not just good enough to win.

The dip transforms your finish from a to-do list to an art form. It also says plenty about your commitment to the best outcome.

Your customers feel the same way.

Marvin Ronsdorf

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