Found it - rotation versus flexing.
chazzer3332000 at YAHOO.COM
Sun Jul 8 04:42:25 UTC 2007
I think in your dance, there is actual movement through space, the dance swing is higher, not simply a rotation of the wrist.
Adam Frost <adam at frostvillage.com> wrote: That is very interesting. That is trying to do the exact same thing. I probably would write it like this if it is wrong.
(See attached if you can't see this.)
That would be a very interesting question to see what Val says about it.
On 7/7/07, Charles Butler <chazzer3332000 at yahoo.com> wrote:
Here is the same movement as in WOW with one hand facing the reader. The palm of the A hand faces the reader the whole time for AEROBICS, just like in DANCE. It is a rotation, not a wrist flex. In WOW the hand starts at the 90 degree point, not the 180 point, but the theory is the same.
We've been using this movement for YEARS with dance, but didn't think to apply it to two hands rotating from a 90 degree angle.
Charles Butler < chazzer3332000 at YAHOO.COM> wrote: That's just it, on the third one, the FOREARM does not LOCK. It physically does not lock. The arms rotate but because the hands are perpendicular to the movement, the palm rotation does not change. The rotation may not be as far as a complete reversal (if I hold my wrist there is a difference, one is only a 45 degree angle) but I can still see the back of my wrist if I don't watch the hands.
Valerie Sutton <signwriting at MAC.COM> wrote: SignWriting List
July 7, 2007
Does this diagram help? Need your feedback ;-))
Illustration by Steve Parkhurst:
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