The 4 Positions of Balance

Through the study and analysis of the cases with which we have worked over time, Meto2o has developed a method of intervention that is primarily based on what I call “4 positions of balance”.
This is a detailed functional examination, which starts from the evaluation of the displacements that the pelvis inevitably performs during the exercises and, in particular, during the change of position, from these assumptions we can find interesting ideas to fully understand the functionality of our subject.

The pelvis, in fact, moves on several floors and on multiple axes; accordingly, it is up to Meto2o to analyze the movements more or less visible and, above all, the structural shortcomings which become evident depending on the strengths (and, therefore, weaknesses) observed during the exercises.
The pelvis, in fact, will have to be the beginning of the postural research performed on the subject, both at physical-motor that muscle-functional: from the pelvis, in fact, depart the hips, In addition moves in a decisive way the whole trunk; from the mobility analysis of the pelvis we will be able to have the fundamental notions in terms of overall functionality of the spine of the subject.

N.B: This is not a didactic, training or scholastic website. Consequently, below you will find an explanation of what Meto2o can do, but there won't be the slightest hint of the special techniques, strategies and methods of observation and intervention.
This clarification is a duty, inasmuch some might think that through 4 positions considered simple is not possible to achieve all what is described: as already explained, this is a method that starts from very far, with years of study, field experience and daily experimentation.
Therefore, in the Contacts section you can contact me without any problem, I will be happy to answer you.

Through a correct reading of the numerous information that these four positions provide us, we are able to understand quite extensively a series of body balances and effectively of the subject:

  • positioning of the pelvis with respect to the coccyx (and its possible influence, positive or negative, on the movement);
  • incidence of the shoulder blades on the cervical part;
  • level of flexibility of the rachis;
  • balance of the knees;
  • joint mobility and motor liberation of the hips;
  • balance of the thigh musculatures, anterior and posterior;
  • joint mobility and motor liberation of the oblique abdominal musculatures;
  • balance of the pelvis, both in the transverse floor that on the horizontal axis;
  • degree of voluntary / involuntary contraction of the thigh muscles;
  • control of the position of the head vertex through the neck;
  • degree of voluntary contraction of the abdominal muscles;
  • degree of rigidity of the leg muscles (properly so called).

This type of functional assessment has been developed from years of experience, work, study and absolutely clear and concrete results. Trying is believing!

From here the work begins. Free the strength!

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