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    introduced the concept of contrapposto, which is a method of asymmetrically arranging the limbs so there is a sense of vitality through the contrast between the two legs. This new concept was utilized in Diskobolos to enhance the scope of realism in the work. When creating the sculpture, the artists, Myron, focused on the rhythm, composition, and symmetry during his work. Although he was very attentive to the sculpture’s bodies, he displayed facial archaisms that did not express emotions. The Sleeping Satyr was created during the Hellenistic period and was acquired in Rome by Barberini, who was a nephew of Pope Urban VIII. The artwork was found in Hadrian’s Mausoleum, but the satyr’s right leg and left arm were missing. Scholar suggests that this is because besieged Romans threw statues at the Gothics in 537 B.C.E, which may have been the cause of the limbs falling off. Fortunately, these body parts were restored by artists such as Bernini and the sculpture became extremely coveted. In Myron’s statue, Diskobolos (Discus Thrower), a marble man is seen with his left arm raised as if he is about to swing his arm back down and throw the discus in his hand. Since the artwork is a little over five feet tall, it has an intimate scale that capture the viewer’s attention because it is around the height of an actual human. Myron captured the climax of the man’s motion of throwing the discus, which increases the intensity of the sculpture’s context. The preciseness of the dramatic…

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    wondrous creatures that might be hiding around every bush or low hanging branch. Oblivious to my actual surroundings, I was suddenly ripped from my daydream as my right leg plunged deep beneath the snow. I had forgotten about the water trench that ran from a small hill into a grated hole in the ground. My left leg remained on top of the snow, so it was crumpled together and squeezed against my chest and chin. I was amused at how stupid I was to have forgotten the trench and at what a comical…

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    success of my dance team. At the time, I was conflicted over this incident; however, I am now very grateful because it shaped my work ethics and taught me some very helpful skills. It started off like all the other dance competitions. I arrived two hours before I was set to perform. While waiting on the side of the stage, I began to stretch; I needed to ensure that my body was warm, in case of injury. After twenty nerve-wrecking minutes, it was time to perform. I went on stage and allowed…

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    It was a perfect pass, and it went directly to me. With my tired looking knee pads, I sprinted halfway across the court to get the ball that is now descending from its highest point to the ground. Another four feet away from me and I know that if I do not get down on the floor then I will not have enough time to save the ball. Trying not to slam my knees too hard into the ground, I then get the ball just before it hits the ground. Now I finally hit the floor, and slam my side into the ground.…

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    both shown with idealistic bodies that are extremely high in detail as they show the protruding bones under the skin and details of the muscles. Though both depict idealized figures, there is a difference in the concept of the ideal as Hercules is muscular and large, while the Diskobolos is slimmer but with still a little muscle. Also, the Diskobolos incorporates an outstretched arm that is echoed in Hercules’ elevated leg. Both are able to keep balance in their piece even with the two…

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    “Annie? Annie where are you? Jess? Guys I’m scared.” Suddenly, Hannah heard a groan coming from behind her. “Hannah? Is that you? Hannah I can’t move.” Jess sobbed. “Where’s Annie? What happened? Where are we?” “I can’t see her. She’s not next to me. I can’t feel her either, but my leg is pinned under something.” Sirens blared in the distance, slowly becoming louder. Suddenly Hannah could see the flashing lights. They illuminated the mangled vehicle, and Hannah let out a scream as she saw…

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    Conflicts in a family’s relationship is common, but it can cause division amongst the family. Moreover, a division in a family leaves the other selection of the family weak. The family is like a living organism, which has a head, body, arms, legs, and so on. When the head of the body directs the rest of the body to move the rest of the body usual responds accordingly. But what happens when the head tells its left leg to move forward but the leg chooses to go backwards? Or what is the right leg…

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    The rear leg will extend first, as the body is still moving forward over this leg at takeoff. This leg will also reach full extension prior to the other leg, this means that it will contribute more force to the jump than the other as the bioanalysis will show. As well as the legs extending and muscles and joints flexing the torso will also extent to maximize the force able to be produced by the takeoff. According to () “The timing of the joint movements during the takeoff consists of shoulder…

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    Proper grips, solid stability, calculated explosions of power and controlled swings are at the very foundation of golf. Upper Body Test (activity level appropriate), Grip Test, Push-ups, Hanging Leg Lifts FLEXIBILITY Range of motion being an important factor in many golf movements, swings. We will want to see where he's starting and make sure his ROM remains consistent with his strength and skill improvements during the 12-week training period to avoid injuries (particularly in the spine, …

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    came too I would ask the same question; she would explain the same thing to me over and over again; because of this they had to do an M.R.I, the results showed that from the head injury it caused some fluid to escape and they would have to close eye on me. My head wasn’t the only injury I got from this accident, I had a fracture in the shoulder and from the impact car; I had to have thirty stitches on my right leg. I ended up staying in the hospital for a week under constant observation for the…

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