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Efficient : Accurate : Dynamic

The shoulder line, hip line, &  foot line in all board sports (planterflexion/dorsaflexion posture], are the critical cornerstone of the Fysiologik approach. The best boardsport athletes in the world can always be observed keeping these lines synonymous and consistent to each other [always in line/stacked with each other] . Shoulder line, hip line [axis of rotation] and said foot line, ideally, should always be relationally flat & proportional to each other.  

The respective horizontal planes at the shoulders, waist, and foot lines should ideally maintain a parallel plain. Good image to note would be how ladder rungs stack over each other. This is the cornerstone of proper body composition and mechanics surfing or snowboarding; actually all sports.

This  Fysiologik_  Fundamental  is built on a critical theme in kinesiology, triplanar movement, represented by the sagittal [lateral plane], the coronal [the frontal plane], and transverse Plane [horizontal] pictured below.

So what does this mean? In layman’s terms, dynamic & effective composition is defined by stacked balance and posture. No hunching, rounded squatting, or wasted movements.  With proper gluteal established composition, muscle mechanics becomes most efficient, kinetic chain dynamic, and your best potential more consistent.

All training modalities and protocols used with Fysiologik_are built around establishing & maintaining sound functional composition within the tri : plane training theory. All dry land training is done to emphasize & build on this theme.

 



Taylor Knox and Rob Machado representing this theme well



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