A couple of weeks ago, I presented at the Petaluma Riverside Chats. My thanks to Jessica McCreedy for inviting me to do this presentation again. By the end of the presentation, I had learned a lot, and I thank all participants for their questions and responses.
The goal for this presentation was to provide a commentary on the science, social history, metaphysics and pedagogy involved with force curves. At the end of the day, I think that there is more to execution, teaching and understanding the stroke than just the pure science of biomechanics, and I hope the presentation conveys that. But, take a look and let me know what you think.
My continued thanks to Peter Mallory and the late Cas Rekers (inventor of the RowPerfect) for their support in providing the machine generated and digitally captured force curves used in this presentation.