I am feeling a bit inspired by using physical laws to guide technique, like how Newton's laws are used here to give guidelines for bow hold: https://www.violinist.com/blog/fjt/20215/28767/. My idea is to model a human by for example a skeleton as rigid bodies and tendons and and ligaments as strings and then measuring how 'good' different limb positions are from things like pressure or tension in them (possibly muscles too but they are so complex so I don't know how to model them). I don't really know what identifies good technique besides not using more force than necessary, and using force smart so you don't accidentally cancel yourself out so to speak. Does anyone know what kind of metrics could be good to evaluate "good technique"?
I actually know some more things that are good, that the posture still allows for mobility so there are no locking behavior, and that it is stable so you don't accidentally slide (though I don't know if that is a physical thing or more of a muscle memory thing).