Following on from (and inter-related with) Part 1, we are now going to look at body alignments, in particular with legs and stance.
Mechanics Of Normal Walking
Normal walking is a continuous fluid motion with one step merging into another step. When we walk normally, our body weight moves directly over our knees and feet. When viewed from the front, our ankle, knee and hip joints all in complete alignment and our feet pass each other no further apart than our hip joints. That is where the femur locates into the pelvis, (not the outer surfaces of the hips). Continue reading “Martial Arts Training With Joint Injuries (Part 2)”