Reverse Taxeem

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    Janet Hanseth
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    Originally posted by kelley on tribe.net.Hi Guys - can anyone please clarify where your weight is in a reverse taxeem?br/In a normal taxeem Carolena says that the weight is in the high hip, the low hip is empty - does that mean its in the low hip in a reverse taxeem or does it remain in the high hip. Hope that makes sense.br/Many thanks for any help

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    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Sandi on tribe.net.As with both directions, the weight is transferring through the active leg. The weight ends up staying mostly centered (always returning to center), with shifting from one side to the other.br/br/As we move our hip from down to up in the regular Taxeem, were putting weight into that same leg. br/As we move our hip from up to down on the Reverse Taxeem, we are putting weight into that same leg. br/It just feels different in Reverse because it doesnt fully reflect the "walking in place" concept.

    #75371

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by kelley on tribe.net.Many thanks Sandi - thats a much easier explanation to pass on ;o)

    #75372

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Wendy on tribe.net.I also think of the difference as when you are doing a regular taxeem, you are focusing on the upward movement. In the reverse taxeem, you are focusing more on the downward movement.

    #75373

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by kelley on tribe.net.Thanks muchly Wendy

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