Ahhh, good morning. DM, you do like a production.
Besides the obvious choice one would make from your post, I would like to know more about the rate or speed control of the action tied to the different muscle actions. This is something I have discussed with students. When we speak of extention and flexion of our legs, to focus on a part, it sems much harder to contol the rate or speed of extention. I remember reading the tiniest little blip on this once.
Another thing as I'm thinking of this, eccentric allows the integration of the skeleton in a more effective way also. How do we get more work done in the top to middle of the turn? This also ties right into Nolo's idea of the next turn starting in the last third of the previous turn. Circles, eh Nolo? Movements require opposing movements. We have two directions, which can we harness with the most effectiveness, and which give us the best ability to read the forces and respond and stay connected. Maybe i mightt say our power to move and direct our bodies can only come from our connection point in movements away from that point. Movements to our connection if they aren't a relaxation or acceptance of the forces, end up only being stiff defensive moves, or reactions. Offensively we need to move out from our connection point. Like in that walking exercise I spoke of in one post.
First cup of coffee thoughts. Good stuff. Thanks.