‘Do you know Latissimus drisi, big muscle at your back?’

Peter Scott asked in his workshop.

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Latissimus drisi are rectangle muscles covering lower and middle back.

Bottom attached to top of pelvis. Top outer corners are attached to armpit-side of upper arm bone.

It’s like backside fabric of Halter-neck shirts and also like

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Latissimus are  sails. Spine is mast.

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white sail

With Pulling the ropes

lower and upper bars are fixed horizontally, face exactly forward.

Sail is smooth and supple, evenly stretched, but not tensed.

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Catches the breeze gracefully.

Receive energy from the breeze.

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With woking arms and legs,

pelvis and shoulders are horizontally, face exactly forward.

Back is smooth and supple, evenly starched, but not tensed.

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Catch the breath gracefully.

Receive energy from the breath.

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Namaste Peter-ji.

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