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Old 02-04-2013, 12:57 PM   #93
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Re: Int. Vs. Ext - resisting a push

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Bernd Lehnen wrote: View Post
Think of Bill Gleason, George Ledyard, Chris Li, Saotome, Ikeda, then Phi and then Ron Ragusa and Mary Eastland. To my mind it's also a question of to which degree. Even Chris Hein displays it a bit in
Bernd
nooooo don't include me in with such august personalities. i am just a budo mutt.

you know i have reading these posts and we discussed the muscle, bone, and structure model and so on and so forth. I wondered if we should look at hydraulic system in the body. since we are really "ugly bags of mostly water", wouldn't it make sense to think in term of hydraulic? you know there is a pretty interesting hydraulic system that most, if not all, men have and tend to be obsessive about during our youth and life.

hydraulic system doesn't depend on rigid structure.

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