Originally Posted by Max_501
Oh, sorry I thought that was answered long ago. In PMTS you tip to the LTE while keeping tension in the hips. The stronger the tipping motion and greater the tension the quicker the pivot.
Why does it work? From what I gather the knees want to separate from the tipping but the tension in the hips prevents the separation and causes a torque to be applied to the stance foot. A pivot is the outcome.
You mention pivot which is a rotary move. Do you want to stick with that nomenclature or change it to "short radius brushed carve"?