No matter what kind of movement (linear or angular) you are performing, the seven basics I have posted so far WILL be a part of every explanation on how to achieve your desired movement outcome.
Of all my ideas, this statement is the most unique aspect of my understanding of Biomechanics. It implies that their is a key set of Biomechanical Principles that are relevant to the creation of all human movements. To demonstrate my rationale for making this statement, I need to introduce an organizational tool I call Biomechanical Modeling. As I go through the analyses of many types of movements, I will utilize this tool to show the cause and effect relationship between Biomechanical Principles and desired movement outcomes. Through these analyses of movement, it will become apparent why I made the statement above.
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