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October 26, 2015

It dawned on Davey whilst watching Ridder running so wavy that the 'Ridder twist' was totally scientific: it was a manifestation of his hands' dissimilar weighting and the body's attempt to compensate for this during accelerated forward locomotion. It would not have seemed so dire in terms of weight; at least his left arm had SOMETHING at the end of it, but just that little bit of weight differential had such a huge effect on his balance and rhythm.
Of course Ridder didn't have such pronounced motion when he was walking, though he did have a kind of natural waddle.