Jan 17, 2022Liked by Todd Hargrove

Absolutely fascinating. Thanks so much for sharing.

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Aug 24, 2021Liked by Todd Hargrove

Hi Todd, you're working on a very interesting subject! It could be valuable to mention some relevant "reason why (hypothesis to be precise)" at least from my point of view. For instance: why did "fish"(first amphibians) start “walking”? Why flexion/extension spinal movement is preserved in water-based mammals like dolphin? ...

If I could, please consider in your list of resources the Philip Beach's book "Muscles and Meridians: the manipulation of shape".

Anyway, I can't wait to read your book! :-)

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Aug 23, 2021Liked by Todd Hargrove

Not sure the breathing on the cheetah is correct. Exhale goes with exertion and each leap forward is the exertion.

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Hi Todd, I’m a new subscriber and am finding your posts well worth reading. Looking forward to your new book. Thanks, Steve.

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