In Pilates, we say to think of the breath coming from the expansion of the sides and the back of
On a good play, the running back can sometimes be seen with his hand on the back of
a lead blocker, allowing him to clear the way.
When you put your shovel into the ground to dig a hole, you should be in an uncompromisingly vertical position; your foot should go straight down on the back of
the shovel blade.
Lie on your back with your knees up and slightly separated, feet flat on the floor, chin tucked down towards the chest, the back of
the neck extended upward comfortably, and your shoulder blades pulled back and down touching the floor while pushing the low back into the floor.
As the toes begin to move toward the back and the heel forward, it is necessary to bend the working knee and take it clearly back and to the side; the working foot will then attach at the back of
the supposing ankle.
Then, tilt toward the floor with the right hand and bring the back of
your right hand to the inside of the right calf; the left hand meanwhile has moved toward the ceiling so that the arms are in a vertical line from floor to ceiling.