Arm Movements

Arm Movements

 

See Also:HAND MOVEMENTS

  1. Arms extended over his head, fists clenched, like a soccer player running mad with triumph —Daniel Curley
  2. Arms spread out like wasps —James Patterson
  3. Arms upraised like two giant branches —Harvey Swados
  4. Arms waggled like duck wings —Martin Cruz Smith
  5. Arms working like a windmill —Mike Fredman
  6. Crook his arm like an usher at a wedding —Susan Neville
  7. Crooking her arms like broken branches —Bernard Malamud
  8. Folded her arms like hemp cord —Leigh Alison Wilson
  9. Opened your arms like cupboard doors —Marge Piercy
  10. Raised his arms like a fight announcer —Harvey Swados
  11. Spreading their arms wide like galleons in full sail —Lawrence Durrell
  12. Waving his arms like a deranged pelican —George Garrett
  13. Waved … like a queen in a passing coach —William Mcllvanney
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Breaststroke: Both arms execute half-circular arm movements at the same time underwater in front of your body.
It was clear that certain neurons in the posterior parietal cortex are responsible for the planning of arm movements.
Bur professional poker players' arm movements enabled untrained observers to decode poker-hand quality," Slepian says.
15 ( ANI ): A new study has found that the bet-placing hand and arm movements of poker players are enough to give away the value of the cards they are holding.
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The subjects underwent rehabilitation therapy sessions twice a week for six weeks, and spent an additional 30 minutes after each therapy session doing mental practice exercises in which they mentally reviewed specific arm movements.
A strong, stable lower torso is the first essential for giving you better control of your upper body, especially your arm movements.
Throw in some fun large arm movements when you're ready and get even more cardio benefit from the move
The infant starts with random and thrashing arm movements, settling down to the thumb and index finger at about 12 months, prehension as it is called.
The student is now prepared to attempt the front crawl stroke unassisted by coordinating the head pivot, rhythmic breathing, and alternate arm movements, together with the 6-beat flutter kick.
The 2-meter-tall robot also has human-like arm movements and is able to turn its body from side to side.
Armed with medical statistics, an article in the British Medical Journal claims many heart attack victims have greater arm movements than the average person.