Basic principles of training – Types of movement 05

Types of movement 05
When it comes to effective training it’s important a range of movement patterns are incorporated in order to ensure overall fitness!

#Flexion: Decreasing the angle between two bones!

#Extension: Increasing the angle between two bones!

#Abduction: Moving away from the body’s midline!

#Adduction: Moving towards the body’s midline!

#Pronation: Rotating the hand or foot inwards!

#Supination: Rotating the hand or foot outwards!

#Dorsiflexion: bringing your foot upwards towards your shin!

#Plantar-flexion: Pointing your foot downwards!

#Protraction: Movement of a body part in the anterior direction (forward)

#Retraction: Movement of a body part on posterior direction (back)

#Circumduction: circular movement of a limb (e.g. At shoulder or hip)

Feel free to DM me on Facebook or Instagram (just search Damon Artiss) or email me at damon.artiss@gmail.com for any training help or advice! 

Again feel free to leave a comment with any questions you may have and I’ll be sure to answer in the comments or create a blog post answering your questions!

Best wishes,

Damon 👍

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