Developing A Movement Sequence

Cap Kotz
2 min readOct 31, 2021

An individual movement can be as subtle as shifting your eyes or taking a step. For example, when you were a baby, you mostly moved your eyes, pursed your lips, and waved your hands in the air. Then, as you developed, you added turning over, crawling, walking, and finally, you ran and did all kinds of things. When individual movements are strung together, either intentionally as in dance or sports or arbitrarily as in play, they create a movement sequence.

A superficial judgment is manifested as a furrowed brow, tension in the face or shoulders. One judgment can lead to…

Cap Kotz

Writer and Story Mapping Guide, I follow the life path no matter how challenging.