Hip roll

Hip roll

A rounded piece of tile, wood, or metal used to cover, finish, and sometimes add a decorative effect. Also called a ridge roll.

hip roll, ridge roll

A rounded strip of wood, tile, metal, or composition material which is used to cover and finish the hip of a roof.
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(2008) Shoulder and hip roll changes during 200m front crawl swimming.
More than just a dance party, the game features a new Work Out mode, allowing players to exercise to the beat using the Wii controller or the Wii Balance Board, while performing moves like the hip roll, bump, and punching while moving your hips, offering a lot of fun while getting bodies in shape.
Joint angle angle torque speed Hip roll -50 50 20 3 Hip pitch -30 100 50 0.3 Hip yaw -180 60 10 0.3
Larger properties are included in the first wave of the HIP roll out in August as they are the most energy inefficient, the Government said.
For a perfect hip roll, imagine a line of light going vertically straight down through your body and try to draw circles on the floor with that light
"Then, the style component is more coordinated, dance-based moves." Ranging from hip rolls to squats executed from a classical second position, DDM is designed for every level of fitness.
Everything from the waist down needs to be limber because the entire show involves bent legs, hip rolls and thrusts.
With just a few raunchy hip rolls, seductive twirls and sexy pouts, she insists that men will be turned into quivering heaps.
With just a few raunchy hip rolls, seductive twirls and sexy pouts, she insisted, we'd have the guys eating out of the palms of our hands.
``There has been so little new for a while, so this is a welcome breath of fresh air, with movements like the chicken walk, hip rolls and head rolls.
"It gets worse; the music was suggestive, and the choreography contained hip rolls and other sexually implicit moves."