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Re: Re: rotational and translational into translational

Posted by: ray porco (rporco@verizon.net) on Mon Jul 4 14:45:07 2005

glad you like it, tom.

not to be contrare (which i usually am), but something more to look at.

>>>also,being an arm action is king proponent,I would think the hammer event is more similar to hitting with more front side involvement than discuss/shot/javelin which are all back arm throws.<<<

Look at “Riedel no stride” again. Look at his feet, and when (during the throw) they appear to bear weight, and when they do not. Is the weight not transferred before the release? And if it is, does the axis of rotation change? Is the front side not pulling after transfer?


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