I have been pretty smug about my level of knowledge… I was confident I was up to date and had a good handle on the current science. In particular I was sure I had a very good idea about lower limb biomechanics, the role of foot pronation in injury and what constituted normal and abnormal. Then…..
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Simon. Reading about the rock steady end of the pistol in experienced shooters and yet variability in the rest of the limb, I wondered if, visually, this might be seen as the camera the moving camera man holds is steady but the mechanical arm the camera sits in absorbs / coordinates for the variability in bounce and motion as he moves. I might be wrong in my understanding of such cameras of course. But that would be consistent with my bmx knowledge as well 🙂
I actually worked with an Olympic pistol Shooter years ago Ian. She considered proximal stability, specifically at the foot, to be one of the most important aspects of her sport. I made her some awesome orthoses. She did not win a medal…