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Old 05-25-2012, 09:55 PM   #13
Chris Parkerson
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Re: Outer Seams and Ikkyo Curve (OK) but Inner Seams???

Graham,

I experience that a center of gravity can be moved. in fact it can come right out of the body. Look at high jumpers who use the Fossbery Flop. Arching their back over a pole, their center of gravity is actually below the pole.

Perhaps my physics is at 6th grade level, but it has provided me with an ability to reverse-engineer a portion of the Ropokai (Okamoto) techniques.

But I do thank you for sharing your use of "One Point" and how it relates to your model.

Thanks for your input. : )

Chris
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