Element Describes the smallest independent movement that has both a definite start and end to the movement; usually, ten elements make up an exercise.
We step out on the street. The sudden rush of cold, damp air makes me feel exposed and vulnerable. They must be looking for us now—they know that we know something.
I want to make time stop and stay right here, but I can’t. Instead, I take a deep breath and grab James. I force myself to take a step. After the first step, it gets easier; soon, we’re running so fast I’m afraid we won’t be able to stop. My glasses are scratched, I can barely see where we’re going, and my muscles are telling me that months of irradiated fish have taken a...
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