Re: To Torque or not to Torque Posted by Anonymous 11/2/2006 4:18:00 PM
Anonymous. John Wood went to great lengths to explain how the shoulders timing is different to the S Q Q S that the feet are doing. This was on the Feather Step. On a Reverse in the Foxtrot If your hip rotated before your shoulder wouldn`t you finish with your right elbow not being in front of your body. As we both know both elbows should be in front of your rib cage and should stay there, If your hip gets in front of your shoulder you have problems. All sorts of things happen. Not square across the shoulders. Possibly the right elbow could drop. No end of problems. These are thing that judges look for. If you can get a good CBMP on the third of the feather. Forget about the CBM following it will happen without trying.