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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: What generates hip rotation


Posted by: THG () on Mon Jan 28 14:36:13 2008


> >>> My truth detector just went off. Sorry.
>
> For what purpose did you pick, choose and reorganize Tom's words?
>
> Why did you leave out his "segmented/sequenced release of energy" from your synopsis of his description?.....leaving only "turning too much together"?
>
> Just asking. <<<
>
> Hi Teacherman
>
> The topic of this discussion regards whether or not there is a difference between “spinning” and “rotation” as they pertain to the hips, torso and shoulders. As I often find with Tom’s posts, he tends branch off the subject being discussed to cover a wide range of other issues. I chose Tom’s statements I found most prevalent to the topic at hand.
>
> Jack Mankin


It has got to be obvious that the reaction after the knee cock/lift in unison with the cocking of the shoulder turn generates hip rotation. That is why Ted Williams was thought to have a quick hip in the good sense (because of his powerful reverse shoulder cock/and then turn.


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