Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: What generates hip rotation
> """ what you call “shoulder tilting” would be more accurately defined as the “shoulder rotation about a tilted axis”. """
> NO IT'S NOT.
> It is A lateral bend of the spine rearward. Then, as the hips turn, they turn the entire torso.
> THIS IS A VERY BIG DEAL.
Your "very big deal" is anatomically impossible. The muscles that move the hips are, simply, not the muscles that move the torso.
You repeatedly posit theories that are impossible according to the laws of physics and/or anatomy. It's like analyzing how a car works without opening up the hood and looking at the engine.
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