You’ll see significantly more fork travel with the grab, and that’s just at walking speed! The lesson to remember for the rest of your riding career is how a spring likes to be loaded. When the load goes onto a spring linearly, the spring has time to tighten and carry the load, passing the weight into the tire. Any grab or stab on the brakes in your car, truck, van, tractor, airplane, bicycle, or motorcycle, defeats the design of that spring. It needs a linear load to do its job. The abrupt rider is not riding the bike as it was designed to be ridden by the smooth expert who designed it.