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torso and basic
It was time to get the country's youth into shape, and Willson's song had youngsters moving through basic exercises at a frenetic pace: push-ups, sit-ups, jumping jacks, torso twists, running in place, pogo springs, and plenty of marching.
This basic backbreaker involves a wrestler standing side-to-side and slightly behind, with the opponent facing in the same direction, then reaching around the opponent's torso with one arm across the opponent's chest and under both arms and places the other arm under the opponent's legs.

torso and theropod
Typically for a theropod, Albertosaurus was bipedal and balanced the heavy head and torso with a long tail.

torso and body
The human body mostly consists of a head, neck, torso, two arms and two legs, as well as numerous internal organ groups such as respiratory, circulatory and a central nervous system.
Instead of just tensing the arms, connection is achieved by engaging the shoulder, upper body and torso muscles.
The jacket, or " gi ", form most often utilizes grips on the cloth to control the opponent's body, while the " no-gi " form emphasizes body control of the torso and head using only the natural holds provided by the body.
The most obvious of which is spontaneous body posture of a longitudinal tilt of the torso toward the paretic side of the body occurring on a regular basis and not only on occasion.
The exact nature of the diagram differs ; some players draw the gallows before play and draw parts of the man's body ( traditionally the head, then the torso, then the arms and legs one by one ).
Generally speaking, the hands are held high to protect the head and chin and the forearms are tucked against the torso to impede body shots.
The strips were arranged horizontally on the body, overlapping downwards, and they surrounded the torso in two halves, being fastened at the front and back.
Ovid's Latin account of the Minotaur, which did not elaborate on which half was bull and which half man, was the most widely available during the Middle Ages, and several later versions show the reverse of the Classical configuration, a man's head and torso on a bull's body, reminiscent of a centaur.
The hands of the vaulter remain close to his body as they move from the shins back to the region around the hips and upper torso.
In the body, this represents the male torso, uniting through the sephira Yesod of the male sign of the covenant organ of procreation.
Hippos are recognizable by their barrel-shaped torso, enormous mouth and teeth, nearly hairless body, stubby legs and tremendous size.
In general, humanoid robots have a torso, a head, two arms, and two legs, though some forms of humanoid robots may model only part of the body, for example, from the waist up.
The neck is the part of the body, on many terrestrial or secondarily aquatic vertebrates, that distinguishes the head from the torso or trunk.
The human body is the entire structure of a human organism, and consists of a head, neck, torso, two arms and two legs.
SiN also featured three different types of body armor-for the legs, for the torso and for the head, with each of them depleting separately according to where the player was getting hit.
She has a woman's head, torso and arms, the body of a snake and has a live scorpion on her back that can detach itself of her body, and she wields a staff.
Echidna was a drakaina, with the face and torso of a beautiful woman ( depicted as winged in archaic vase-paintings ) and the body of a serpent, sometimes having two serpent's tails.
To ensure that the sprinter's torso triggers the timing impulse at the finish line rather than an arm, foot, or other body part, a double Photocell is commonly used.
In the Birth of Venus, Venus ' body is anatomically improbable, with elongated neck and torso.
When this method of execution was applied with skill, the condemned ’ s body would burn progressively in the following sequence: calves, thighs and hands, torso and forearms, breasts, upper chest, face ; and then finally death.
Narasimha is often visualized as half-man / half-lion, having a human-like torso and lower body, with a lion-like face and claws.

torso and shape
* Corset, a bodice worn to mould and shape the torso.
Dakuwaqa can also change shape into anything, but his real form is that of a muscular Fijian man with the upper torso of a shark.
An orthosis ( plural orthoses ) is a device which attaches to a limb, or the torso, to support the function or correct the shape of that limb or the spine.
A corset is a garment worn to hold and shape the torso into a desired shape for aesthetic or medical purposes ( either for the duration of wearing this item, or with a more lasting effect ).
The patella is roughly triangular in shape with its base facing proximally ( towards the torso ) and its tip ( apex patellae ) facing distally ( towards the feet ).
She had an exaggerated S-curve torso shape achieved by wearing a swan-bill corset.
The pilot manipulates these flight characteristics by changing the shape of his torso, arching or bending at the shoulders, hips, and knees, and by changing the angle of attack in which the wingsuit flies in the relative wind, and by the amount of tension applied to the fabric wings of the suit.
The lower boundary of abdomen assumes shape of semicircle, and the upper edge of torso with two concave curves becomes regular in form.
* In-breath ; subtle concaving torso shape change (+ inflating muscle pressure )
Other important factors include the degree of twisting of the torso, the size and shape of the object, and the distance the load is moved.
The puppet's head uses wood carved into the shape of a hollow human head, but aside from the head, palms, and feet, which are made of wood, the puppet's torso and limbs consist entirely of cloth costumes.
The corsets of the 16th through 18th century ( called " stays ", " bodies ", or " corps ") were intended to mold the upper torso into a rigid cone like shape.
The predominant forms of stays in the 18th century was an inverted conical shape, often worn to create a contrast between a rigid quasi-cylindrical torso above the waist and heavy full skirts below.
The primary purpose of 18th-century stays was to raise and shape the breasts, tighten the midriff, support the back, improve posture to help a woman stand straight, with the shoulders down and back, and only slightly narrow the waist, creating a ' V ' shaped upper torso over which the outer garment would be worn.
The spin has also been referred to as a " tulip on a turn-table " due to the shape formed by the torso and leg.
Developed by Edwin Izod in the late 1860s, the procedure involved placing a corset, wet with starch, on a steam heated copper torso form until it dried into shape.
* Corset, a garment worn to mold and shape the torso
Laban shape notation specialist Irmgard Bartenieff and dancer and movement therapist Forrestine Paulay co-created the Choreometrics movement coding system, for analyzing dance, mapping the movement of the torso, hands, feet, and use of performance space.
Lucario also has a furry yellow torso, and its thighs are in the shape of what looks like blue shorts.
The Suit has a humanoid shape, with arms, legs, torso, and head.
They are typically fabric blankets in a triangle, ' T ' or ' Y ' shape, with ' wings ' that fold around the baby's torso or down over the baby's shoulders and around underneath the infant.
Mobile suits are generally humanoid in shape with two upper torso limbs and two lower torso limbs.

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