Re: BlahBlahBlah BlahBlah Posted by jofjonesboro 9/15/2008 11:11:00 AM
Do you agree with this author's belief that if CBM turn goes beyond body square to feet and results in an opposite side lead, then CBMP has been achieved?
First of all, we don't know that your inference is indeed this author's belief. The author may simply have written the sentence poorly.
However, I will respond to your supposition.
We can assume that the phrase "squared off to the feet" means that the shoulders are perpendicular to the direction of the feet at the end of the step. We must also assume that the feet have identical alignments.
One reason that I say that the sentence may be poorly written is the lack of clarity created by the use of the word "step," which can mean one relocation of one foot or a pattern of steps, what I usually call a figure.
If we further assume that the feet are together then obviously there could be no CBMP.
If, however, we assume that the feet are not together then the question of CBMP would depend on the relative position of the feet to each other.