Good film frames in the book I mentioned above, together with some personal knowledge by a few who played with Hogan after his accident. The book was well researched and supports more than adequately the authors conclusions. The film frames are from some home vidio I had not seen before (from behind, not face on or down the line). I remember a thread on one of the Hogan forums from about two years ago. I'll try and find it and link it up. May take awhile. Simply a stacking over the pivot point which helped him substantially when he had lost much of the strenght in his legs due to the injuries. He had always said the "secrete" is there "if you know where to look."