Jack's Hip Rotation Model
I must apologize for re-posting a subject I have already submitted, but I believe I must do so since it already camoflouged in a collage of responses.
That being said, I will bring my subject to attention in a more recognizable position on this discussion board, and ask:
Is there any way that I can, from my stance, get into a position where I can prove that pushing my front leg straight while pushing my front leg in a bent position will cause hip rotation? Suggested supports of this proof?
I have just recently taken to studying the biogeometric positioning a swivel chair puts me in when rotating around a stationary axis (the spine).
The Black Hole Lexicographer
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