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Stevie B wrote:
Now please don't take this out of context as I am definitely not a Chi-ster.... But if a sound can release certain dopamines, then wouldn't it stand to reason that it could also release other types of Nuero chemicals????? You up Doc...
I wonder if just a little too much is made of not moving side-to-side. It seems to me that there is a minimum speed required to avoid it. ...
Bill Glasheen wrote:However what George and I are saying is one generally tries to avoid the side-to-side hip sway.
mhosea wrote:Bill Glasheen wrote:
However what George and I are saying is one generally tries to avoid the side-to-side hip sway.
I wasn't really responding to anything you or George wrote, rather to what George quoted: "(My upper body never sways from side to side during any movement).", emphasis mine. Definitely avoiding swaying or bobbing is consistent with both traditions I have been taught, but something about the unqualified nature of that statement as written rubbed my scientific mind the wrong way.
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