- A stroke made downward: he writes the figure seven with a line through the downstroke the blade angles back on the downstrokeMore example sentences
- When mean fuselage speed during the upstroke was only 18% of that during the downstroke, stroke frequency was constant with no gliding, so that power output was unchanged throughout descent.
- Therefore if work per stroke stays constant, enhanced drag resulting from greater fuselage speed during the downstroke limits mean stroke speed, and thus the potential for gliding after a stroke.
- First, it causes the hip turn to lead the downstroke.
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