✅We live in a three-dimensional world. Our bodies need the ability to move in all three dimensions.
✅By improving three-dimensional movement, you reduce your risk for injury and are more likely to achieve your fitness (and life) goals and your ability to function day-to-day will also become easier.
(Loading groceries, playing with the kids, and even doing yard work )
✅There are 3 PLANES OF MOTION: 1️⃣SAGITTAL 2️⃣FRONTAL3️⃣TRANSVERSE
* Sagittal Plane: Cuts the body into left and right halves. Forward and backward movements.
* Frontal Plane: Cuts the body into front and back halves. Side-to-side movements.
* Transverse Plane: Cuts the body into top and bottom halves. Twisting movements.
✅In Pilates we are always moving 🤸🏻♀️our bodies in all three planes of motion. ✴️In EVERY #pilates
CLASSE I’ll take your body through ALL 3 planes with multiplanar exercises. ➡️In this video 🎥 for example, I’m moving in the FRONTAL PLANE (#obliques
on 🔥🔥🔥) ➡️➡️➡️which is so important because in our modern society the majority of the time people move in the SAGITTAL PLANE... and people lose mobility and they get injured... etc.
✅And all too often, exercise routines focus far too much on the sagittal plane (running, squats, curls, and press downs )
✅So how do you improve three-dimensional (3D) movement? With a training program that includes exercises in ⚡️ALL 3 PLANES OF MOVEMENT⚡️
⁉️⁉️DO YOU Train in 3D⁉️⁉️
🖤Love doing Pilates in my amazing #aurumactivewear @aurumactivewear #sweatgold