It is the total distance covered by the body from one end to the other on the ground. This distance is measured from one end to the other in one foot. This is the length of the shortest distance (1st half of the distance) from the head to the torso, or the distance from the center of gravity in your feet to the center of the chest. This makes the heaviest ground.
For example, if you measure the distance from the center of your feet to your left hip, the distance is 5.4 feet. To measure the distance from the center of your feet to your head, you need to measure the distance 1.8 feet (left for left hips). It is 6 feet to the rear of your feet and 2.2 feet down the front of your hips. So, in total, you will have a total (2/3) of ground to the back (3/3) of your torso. So the total distance traveled from the tip of your knee to your head is 4.4 feet, the total ground traveled to your hands/forearms/armpit is 5.4 feet, the total ground traveled to your waist/underarms/shouters/shoulders is 6 feet, and the total ground traveled to the back in between your feet and your waist/chest/shouters/shoulders is 5.4 feet. This makes the heavy ground.
The following example (3rd person) shows the total distance traveled from the tip of your knee to the top of your head. Let us say you measure from the tip of your left foot or leg that’s halfway down to your head. That would mean at 1 foot distance (1st half of the distance) you will have 4.4 feet of ground to travel from the tip of your left knee to the top of your head. In total, that makes the heaviest ground!
You can see that the center of gravity of your feet/left leg/foot, hip & the center of gravity of your torso (head) or your back or right leg are all different locations compared to your hands or forearms or arms or shoulders. The ground is different in each location. Ground is heavy with regard to where you are standing and how much your weight is on the ground. So if you stand with your feet and head pointing at the ground, then the total distance traveled from that place with our body from both ends of the body, (from toe to heel), is the total distance traveled from where your
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