Three Planes Of Movement Analysis

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List and describe each of the three planes of movement. Would it be important to include exercises from all three planes of movement in each client’s training program? Why or why not? When setting up a training program for a client, one key thing to consider is their sports or daily movements. The body is made up of 3 dimensions and all 3 should be used to make sure their body is evenly balanced and they aren’t lacking in one area. Lacking in one area could cause injury in another, using all three planes of motion. The three planes of motion are as follows. SAGITTAL divides the body into left and right sections; the movement is forward and backward while using flexion and extension. The following are examples of a few exercises that are sagittal. …show more content…

Your back knee should be pointed toward the ground and your front knee should be directly over the ankle.(your knee should not go over your toes) Pushing off your right heel and returning to the starting position. Repeat with the left leg. Crunches- lay flat on your back on the ground, with knees bent and feet flat on the floor, hands by your ears or behind your head, (do not pull on your neck) curl upward and forward while pulling your abs in holding a few seconds and the top then lowering back to the floor. Barbell bicep curls- stand with feet hip width apart and grasp a barbell with a supplanted grip. Starting with your arms extended and the bar across your thighs bend your elbows and curl the weight up to your shoulders. Keeping your upper body still and your elbows by your sides then slowly lower the barbell back to the starting position and repeat. FRONTAL: movements from side to side using adduction and abduction. Examples of these movements are as

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