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sliding

[′slīd·iŋ]
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I think it would be wise for MLB to adopt the following NCAA force-out sliding rules: It is illegal and interference should be called on the runner, creating an automatic double-play out on force-play slides if: (a) the runner slides or runs out of the baseline in the direction of the fielder and either makes contact with or alters the play of a fielder; (b) the runner uses a rolling or cross-body slide; (c) the runner's raised leg makes contact higher than the fielder's knee when in a standing position; (d) the runner slashes or kicks the fielder with either leg; and (e) the runner illegally slides toward or contacts the fielder if the fielder makes no attempt to throw to complete the play.
Note: Hamstring flexibility--or lack thereof--is indicated by maintaining straight legs and sliding your toes as close as possible to your hands.
For lubricating of the sliding surfaces, a further lubrication hole is located in the fixed sliding ring.
The entire package showcased on the Welcome would be shipped in three modules: the roof, the load area and sliding upper glass section, and the folding seat with its integral retracting glass divider.
Head-first sliding carried an overall slightly higher risk of injury.
and multiplying it by a percentage; the percentage can be a fiat rate or one obtained from a sliding scale.
And many muscles neglected in running, walking, step and cycling are targeted through sliding.
Sliding is a key component of successful baserunning.