Hello all, this is my first post here. I will try to phrase it as best I can, my physics background is weak, so please be patient, and thanks in advance for your help! I tried researching simple pendulums but couldn't quite find an answer. Suppose a person is suspended, prone, from a pendulum. They are released from some height, like a typical pendulum scenario. However, during flight they flex their trunk to their right (think trying to bring right shoulders to right hips) with arms and legs extended. My thought is that this would cause their flight path to change because their center of mass was moved outside of the original path. Essentially, I'm asking what might happen if you had a simple pendulum but with a bob that could alter its center of mass position-- not vertically like a trapeze artist-- but in a medial-lateral direction. Thanks!