Pressure only exists when a force is acting on us. If the pressure we feel is totally dependent on the force acting on us, then drawing distinctions between the two for arguments sake is injecting unneeded confusion into the simple concept of the modern turn,,,,,reach, pressure, and release.
Or from the force perspective, something I wrote last year, "We make movements that create forces, we make movements to manage the forces, and we make movements to release the forces so we can start all over again in the other direction. I don't agree with the idea that all movements are to counteract forces. All forces have an opposite an equal reaction for sure, but there are two sides to this coin. To me the ability to create, mothers the ability to counteract and manage "effectively and efficiently".
I want to be on the proactive side of the coin rather than the reactive side. When I'm accurate in creating the forces then the balance and counteracting are built in. Imbalances only feel threatening when I'm not responsible in creating them (or anticipating them). Gravity is the only given. Centrifugal and centripetal forces I want to be the conductor of. I want to lead the symphony. Just my way of looking at it."