This year we are discussing the Book of Martial Power (BOMP)
So, last BOMP post was about controlling the angulation and movement of the major axis of the body - the long vertical axis through the center.
Chapter 26 is a short little note applying the same principle to the other, minor axes of the body, such as the long axis of the forearm, for instance. Pearlman brings up two points regarding the minor axes of the body...
1. Seek the smallest axis possible for any rotation.
2. Rotate within the width of the rotating limb.
Pretty good points. Don't really have anything to say about those.