Lesson by Aaron Blaise
This lesson is about the walk and the run of tigers.
there are 3 feet on the ground, and the back feet are always replacing the front feet. That's because this is the most stable set up to stand up for a four legged animal.
1 or 2 or none feet on the ground, because the faster you go, the less you wanna touch the ground.
The head drives the energy through the body (like a wave). As the head comes forward, then the arms follow, the energy goes through the body into the back legs, and rides off through the tail.
We are going from STRETCH to COMPRESSION