The two sample graphs below are excerpted from Volume 4:
- What is the minimum and the maximum for each variable in these graphs?
- Which leg rises into the air first?
- How high is the jump?
- How long is the person in the air?
- Does either ankle ever rise higher than either knee?
- Is this correct technique for glissade?
- Draw a sketch of the person's movement at five (5) points during the move, to show what the move looks like to an audience. Use a stick figure.
- Where should the arms be for the glissade? Draw the ideal position of the arms on each of your sketches from #7. Then, draw a graph showing the ideal movement of the arms. Use a separate graph for the right and left arms. Include Shoulder, elbow, and wrist in your graphs.