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Forum: Freestyle 07-13-2015
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Posted By CoachDavidShen
yes there is a sweet spot. you will know it when...

yes there is a sweet spot. you will know it when you get there. it will happen unconsciously as you know you need to move, so you stabilize appropriately to do so.

in the beginning, it could be...
Forum: Freestyle 07-13-2015
Replies: 20
Views: 7,684
Posted By CoachDavidShen
sclim, you make some key points. humans were...

sclim, you make some key points. humans were built to move forward upright, with the torso leading. so our fascia and structures can best store energy for efficient upright movement. we take a step,...
Forum: Freestyle 07-12-2015
Replies: 20
Views: 7,684
Posted By CoachDavidShen
in swimming, energy is also stored as the fascia...

in swimming, energy is also stored as the fascia always stores energy and it's often not obvious how it happens. the more the athlete figures out how to store and release it, the more efficient they...
Forum: Freestyle 07-11-2015
Replies: 20
Views: 7,684
Posted By CoachDavidShen
sorry about that. i'm not sure they *need* to...

sorry about that.

i'm not sure they *need* to move in circles/arcs/ellipses in that plane. the arm has a lot of movement angles at the shoulder socket, as does the leg at the hip socket.

the...
Forum: Freestyle 07-09-2015
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Views: 7,684
Posted By CoachDavidShen
i think the answer is, it depends. there are two...

i think the answer is, it depends. there are two types of movement. the official terms are ipsilateral and contralateral. ipsilateral is when the arm and leg on the same side of the body move...
Forum: Freestyle 07-07-2015
Replies: 20
Views: 7,684
Posted By CoachDavidShen
i think that you are talking about mobility of...

i think that you are talking about mobility of the shoulder joint, and what controls it, as well as proper centration (or centering) of the upper arm/humerus head in the shoulder socket (which really...
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