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아프거나 불편하면 이 운동을 건너뛰십시오.

화면의 호흡 지침을 따르십시오 흡입 내쉬다

'다음'다음 연습을 위해(전체 화면에서는 사용할 수 없음)

노란색(총체적) 여정

별 3개 

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Exercise 27 11a

  • 자세한 운동 및 방법 지침을 따르십시오 in the 마스터 매뉴얼.

  • 이 연습을 시퀀스의 일부로 매일 연습하십시오. 

  • 통증이 없고 편안한 범위에서만 이 운동을 수행하십시오.

  • 필요한 경우 재활 프로그램의 일부로 사용할 전문가의 조언을 구하십시오.

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1a Warmup is an important exercise to train harmonious upright standing as well as the important functional element of tilting the body forward, which procures many basic daily movements like walking and reaching.

This exercise also conditions the intrinsic foot muscles and facilitates normal function of the plantar fasciae and arch control.

Mastering this basic exercise (together with the rest of the sequence exercises), and practicing it daily facilitates rehabilitation of lower body and spinal disorders, eases daily function, enhances sporting performance and prevents further injury.

As 1a Warmup is a fundamental natural movement, it initiates 1a and many other Harmony sequence exercises that involve forward movement of the body.


Warnings

Perform this exercise in pain-free and comfortable ranges only. If painful or uncomfortable, perform less range of this exercise.

If it is not possible, skip this exercise and consult with a physical therapist or movement professional.

When relevant, ensure that this exercise is within the surgeon's post-operation protocol.


Tempo

  • Move - stretch - return - relax -...


Breathing Pattern

  • Inhale - Starting position.

  • Exhale - Movement, stretch and return phases.

  • Inhale - Relax phase.



Starting Position


  • Stand facing the bar about one step away.

  • Ensure that the pelvis and upright spine are in the tall neutral position.

  • Keep the shoulders wide and low without flaring the ribcage, and the neck long.

  • keep the arms (and fingers) relaxed at the sides of the the body.

  • Try to feel the toes, arches and heels of each foot and balance both feet against the floor pressure.

  • Look towards the horizon and inhale.


Movement Phase


  • Upon exhalation, tilt the body-line forward.

  • Feel the planter fascia arches stretching and the toes pressing down.

  • Maintain the relaxed placement of the arms and fingers by the body.

  • Continue the movement until the heels want to raise from the floor.


Stretch Phase



  • Maintain this position for about a second, continue exhaling to hold the body posture.

  • Feel all toes pressing down on the floor without the heel raising.

  • Keep the arms and fingers relaxed by the body.


Return Phase


  • While still exhaling, tilt the body-line back to the starting position.


Relax Phase


  • Inhale, relax the body in the tall position and prepare for the next repetition.

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