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Your body is driven to use your arms to maintain your balance. Your hand separation tells you the exact moment you begin using your arms for balance and, armed with this information, reveals how you can improve your command.
During your motion,…Continue
Because your body is driven to keep itself in balance, your initial foot placements determine your stride. When you come into your starting position with ...
Let’s say I ask you to jump on a balance beam and, as quickly as you can, touch your nose.
- At first, you can’t control your arms.
- You take a couple of deep breaths to let your mind settle your body over the beam.
- Once your mind…