since I am a very sensitive person and easily develope all kind of pain when practicing my hobbies,
I have to fine tune my machine, if I want to continue. My Triceps tendons and arms hurts from nudging
and I think its more from side nudges and slide saves but I am not exactly sure.
I have a light touch on the machine and do not lean on it. My weight is centered on my feet- ready to nudge.
I tried to play without nudging, but this makes no sence. I feel like 50% of the game is nudging, and watching
all those balls draining just because of 3 missing millimeters is frustrating.
That being said, I played a stern ac/dc on location which was very light and wabbly, so i wonder if this could help
my problem, since it could reduce the needed amount of force?
My home game is a Stern GB and I would buy a Stern JP too, if I could get my pain under control.
I tried to loosen the lower bolt-screws on the legs a little bit and extended the feet levelers, to increase the leverage for nudging.
A tight tilt bob helps me to learn the required amount of force. Can i get more wabblyness without damaging the machine?
I love to hear any opinion or experience you made regarding my problem, even if you think its trivial- maybe I could benefit from it.
My pain also seems to have a psychological component, since I fear to lose my beloved hobby.