But there are differences between sitting angle and cross fork. Cross fork is mainly hip abduction, legs open outward, but sitting angle also includes hip flexion and rotation. < / P > < p > I use rotation here, but I don’t exactly say hip internal rotation or external rotation. Why do I say that? We will talk about the specific reasons below. < / P > < p > sit on the cushion, press the cushion with the sciatic bone, keep the pelvis upright, keep the spine straight, open the feet to both sides in parallel to your own range, inhale, extend the spine, and when exhale, lean the pelvis forward, bend forward to your own range, and support the ground with both hands. Keep it. There are two important points to pay attention to: < / P > < p > because the next step of forward bending requires the pelvis to lean forward. If your back is arched at the beginning, then the hip joint forward flexion will be made to bend and arch back, but the pelvis will not move. So straighten your pelvis in the beginning. < / P > < p > if you can’t straighten your pelvis, put a pillow under your hips, and then you sit on the front edge of the pillow, which is equivalent to supporting the back. < / P > < p > looks like crap, but because our bodies are not balanced, the opening of our feet outward will be different. If you’re lying on the ground with your feet on the wall, it’s obvious that a lot of people will have one foot high and one foot low. < / P > < p > when you sit down, take a look at whether your feet are on a horizontal plane, and then feel whether the two sides of your hips are evenly downward. Some people will be heavier on one side and lighter on the other. < / P > < p > the toes can be retracted or straightened. If the toes are hooked back, the extension of the back of the thigh and the back of the leg will be strengthened. Straightening the lower leg will strengthen the stretch on the front of the leg and the ankle. In fact, this is the main purpose of my writing this article, because many people don’t understand or think they are right. What is different from themselves is wrong. I don’t know why, but that’s what the teacher teaches. < / P > < p > What’s the difference between facing straight ahead and facing down the ceiling? When does it face straight ahead and when does it face the ceiling? Let’s move on. < / P > < p > when the pelvis is flexing forward and the thigh bone is rotated inward, the knee will also face straight ahead, and the corresponding toes will also face straight forward. We say that the knee and toe are always in the same direction.
when the thigh is pronated, for the legs, the stretch is more on the inner side of the leg, and for the hip joint, it is more on the ability of the hip joint to bend forward. < / P > < p > when the thigh rotates outward, the back of the leg is stretched more for the legs. For open hip, in addition to forward flexion, there is also a hip joint rotation ability will be enhanced. < / P > < p > so if you look at it, you will find that if the knees and toes are facing straight ahead, then the lower abdomen will also stick to the floor; if the knees and toes are towards the ceiling, the bottom of the thigh of the lower abdomen will not be fully attached to the floor. Let’s take a towel for example. Fold this towel, and the four corners of the towel are folded in front, the folding method can be completely overlapped and there is no space; if the towel is twisted into a rope, the two corners are facing the front, and the two corners are facing the rear. In the middle of the towel, one side uses force to the left and the other side uses force to the right. < / P > < p > each posture has its own fixation relative to mountain style But when we need postures to serve our exercise goals, details may change. This change is acceptable as long as it is within the range of motion allowed by the joint structure. Through this article, I hope you can have a deeper understanding of the sitting angle pose. With a deeper understanding, you can make the posture more perfect and make better use of the posture force. PARRENT&CHILDREN