body rotation

body rotation

[′bäd·e rō‚tā·shən]
(control systems)
An axis of motion of a pick-and-place robot.
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Reduced body rotation on new TireHand models meets tire-handling needs while moving the center of gravity closer to the machine, minimizing the size of the loader or forklift required.
If you combine this with sustained body rotation, you should produce a lower, more penetrating flight that bores through the wind.
During the take-off phase, the kinetic energy from the run-up is transferred into a whole body rotation about the transverse axis, and the gymnast has to generate an optimal vertical centre of mass velocity, which is then used in the first flight phase.
In practice you need to ensure that you fully cock the wrists in the backswing and then allow your body rotation to initiate your downswing.
After working on body rotation and 'feeling the water' in week one, this week my personal swim coach Adam Riley of Total Swimming had me doing freestyle lengths using only one arm to concentrate on positioning.
The easiest way to stop a slice is to improve the body rotation in the backswing.
Try slowing down your body rotation through the swing, which will allow more time for the hands and arms to catch up.
The Natural Golf swing eliminates much of the hip and body rotation of conventional swings and creates a simpler, easier to learn, more "natural" motion.
Even though he's not intentionally hitting slice it's just slowing the whole body rotation down, so that's not going to help his pace.
If you make keeping your head perfectly still your number one priority throughout the swing, you'll end up restricting your swing motion and fail to develop the necessary body rotation needed for long, straight shots.
Researcher Sally Parsonage, of the University of Greenwich, said: "Recreational players don't use the same body rotation .
The technique is physically punishing because it requires a lot of upper body rotation.