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Gait facilitation: The act of one limb acting in uniform unison with another. The norm for walking is opposite arms and legs working together.The body has potentials for many other gait combinations of arms and legs working in integration. This quality is known as Paralateral gait facilitation. These walking patterns can release tensions or locked or spasmed ligaments in the pelvis or spine.

Other potential walk patterns could stimulate toxin release or drainage in the legs.


This interlink between the hands and the feet is more than an ambidexterity. It's a freedom of integrated motion that can move between a formed and an unformed state of rigidity and flexibility. These are the inherent qualities of the spinal mechanical makeup.It is through this form that the human functions.This natural way of moving is inherent in all of us waiting to be released as our birthright.


Dr Masaaki Hatsumi explains that humans are the only creatures that need to learn to move naturally.The physiology of walking and running procedures have very different mechanical potentials on the fulcrums and levers of the body.


As we walk the weight potential of the body on the fixed fulcrum and of the great toe can be 2 ¬Ĺ times the body weight. When we run, this potential can increase 5 fold. Many factors are involved in this process but the biggest change is the angle of the femur hanging from the acaetabulum. For man to be an efficient biped, as opposed to a quadruped, the angle of the vertical femur had to angle in from the pelvis for stability.


Biped Early man Ape  As already mentioned, the upright spine developed 3 curves which gives great strength from stresses. Then three arches of the feet evolved to utilise the ligamentous arrangement to guide the body towards the great toe as a fulcrum for stepping.


In walking the feet are a pproximately shoulder width apart. Walking RunningIn running they approximate the same line of directional course. To achieve this, the femur has to angle in more than walking and this also increases the amount of side bending of the spine above.


In keeping with the law of the flexible rod, which states when you introduce a side bend into a curve you induce rotation. Mechanically in the lumbar spine this equals a rotation torsion of the lumbar vertebrae, around a vertical axis. This can produce very powerful kinetic energy vortices, which spin off the spine centrifugally.


These forces are normally dissipated away from the body as spent kinetic energy but it can also be harnessed to be a trajectory potential. In walking as the ilium or hipbone rolls forward on the axis of the sacro iliac junction at the low back, it becomes a lever arm focussing through the junction of the iliac bones anteriorly, at the pubic joint.


This produces a lot of natural power transmitted through the pelvis and to the legs. As this force is transmitted through the femur. The forward stepping leg only needs to bend 8 cms to produce 48 kgs of vector force.


So back to the running physiology, if the foot is placed in relation to the hip to assume a running physiology, then that fulcrum lever, potentially has that power. This can be utilised as a downward vector through the foot or toes or conversely through the forward flexed knee. As a kinetic wave it can also harness other natural powers. When a wave is transmitted through water it influences the water to revolve around a fixed axis as the wave passes over and through it.

When you initiate from your walking spinal dynamics, this kinetic wave travels through and from your body. If focussed it will transmit directionally into any medium it contacts. These are natural power propellants and if leverage is utilised properly offers great power without effort. No lever must reach its maximum leverage as this results in strain and musculo-ligamentous engagement. A balanced multi directional way of walking must be developed so the body is always centred. Ancient secret schools of Budo had these walks as their Hallmark. In this way tools or weapons can be wielded without stress.


From this knowledge, also would evolve the shape or form of the tools. Think of the ergonomics behind the development of the scythe that employs the centrifugal energy spinning off the spine to the ground-approximating blade. Ancient man could utilise these tools for many hours a day effortlessly.This skill would be applied to other tools or weapons in their daily life..



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