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Re: Re: Re: Re: Axis Tilt & Shoulder Rotation

Posted by: Jack Mankin (Mrbatspeed@aol.com) on Thu Jan 24 00:11:09 2008

>>> I would say the main thing that rotates is the torso around the spine. The TORSO has a
"spinal axis" and is what rotates. This is what Ray Porco has called "spinal rotation to
distinguish this from "shoulder rotation".

Think of the upper spine as the axis and the. collarbones/sternum/ribs/spine as what does
the rotating <<<

Hi Tom

You and Teacherman have stated over and over that the hips rotate but the shoulders do not. Now you state “the collarbones/sternum/ribs/spine as what does the rotating.” – Tom, surely you know that the collarbone is connected at the shoulder socket. How can you possibly say the collarbone is rotating but the shoulder socket is not?

Jack Mankin


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