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Q: When do you use a pivot foot?

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If you get the ball or stop your dribble and pick up or move one foot, the foot that stays still is your pivot foot. If you were to pick up your pivot foot it is a walk.

If you pick up your pivot foot, it is travelling.

A person pivot's, they turn while leaving one foot in the same spot. An example sentence is, When Joe takes his next golf swing, he will pivot.

The pitcher must have his pivot foot touching the pitching rubber when he starts his windup. A right handers pivot foot is the right foot and a left handers pivot foot is the left foot.

Pivot is to turn. You typically pivot on the ball of your foot.

Answerit's were you get the ball and step with one foot but then you cannot move that foot so pretend that there is a nail in your foot but you can move clockwise or anticlockwise a pivot is also a thing u can use 4 thingsss

Just as long as you don't move your other foot, then the foot you have planted on the ground will be your pivot DON'T MOVE IT. Your foot won't become your pivot until you move the OTHER foot. So for example your teammate gives you the ball. You decide to move your right foot. As long as you keep you left foot (pivot foot) planted, and don't move it you won't travel.

True and false. You can pivot with both feet, but not at the same time.For instance, you could be driving towards the basket and then stop on your right foot, using that pivot foot. On the next possession, you may stop on your left foot, using that as your pivot foot.However, you may not start using one pivot foot and switch to the other at one time. That is traveling.

Pivot means to turn. A dancer can turn on 1 foot. You can turn on your foot look behind you. Your pivot joints is between the first and second cervical vertebrae (neck). This joint allows you to turn your head.

the foot that stays on the ground

I netball pivot is when you keep one foot stationary on the floor and it doesn't move and the other foot andyour body goes in a circular motion with out moving your grounded foot.

A pivot is a "turning". If you forgot you keys and turn right back, you probably pivoted on your foot. There is a pivot joint between the first (C1) and second (C2) joint in the vertebra column (in the top of the neck). You use this to look to the right and left or to shake your head "no". Another is in your wrist, when you turn your hand up to accept a coin, you use a pivot joint.

Yes, as long as the pivot foot has not lost contact with the floor. Yes, even if the pivot foot has left the floor, the ball can be caught but if the ball is under control when the pivot foot recontacts the floor...a travelling infraction has occurred.

The pivot joint has a turning movement. If you move quickly to leave the room, you pivot on your foot. When you look to the left or right, you are using a pivot joint in your neck.

That is the correct spelling of "pivot" in basketball (to turn the body about on one foot).

A pivot is when you leave one foot on the ground but you can move the other foot to look and see who is open but NEVER pick up the foot that you left on the ground the Ref would call a travel but you can only stay in the spot where you stopped to pivot I hopes this worked sorry if it doesn't makes sense

There are 2 types of pivot. One meaning is moving you're foot back and fourth, and you're other leg doesn't move. Another meaning for pivot is a stick-figure animator. There's two pivot animators, pivot, and pivot 3 beta.

Pivoting your foot after your swing.

No it's not. Its traveling when you switch your pivot foot or take more than 2 steps while drivving to the basket.

There is an unlimited number of pivots you can make. If you are pivoting with your left foot you may not change your pivot foot to your right and if you pivot with your right foot you can't change to your left. If you don't change feet and don't take steps you can do infininte pivots until the game clock runs out or the shot clock expires. If you dribble pivot and then dribble again that is a travel.

Yes

It's a stationary move you do to create space. There is the jab step, where you step to the outside with your non pivot foot, and the cross step where you step across your body with your off pivot foot.

Yes.

Yes.

This joint forms a pivot motion. When you turn backwards rapidly to open a door or when a dancer pivots on one foot these are the motions a pivot allows. In the joint between C1 and C2, this pivot allows you to turn your head to the left and to the right.