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HOW TO DO A FRONTAL PLANE WALK 2

HOW TO DO A FRONTAL PLANE WALK 2

Hello this is Gabriel and today we are going to learn a Frontal Plane Walk variation

We have previously learned how to move in the frontal plane while doing a Paraball swing. The footwork is going to be similar for this exercise. We are going to start from a bilateral stance, the base move is again the forehand and the backhand swing. We are going to use the rotation on the transverse plane to take a step.

The timing is going to be different. On the variation we learned before, we were using the follow through of the swing to take the step in the frontal plane. This time we are going to use the preparation of the swing to take the step, that is going to generate a different pattern of motion.

the rotation of the spine, and the step in the frontal plane, have to be done when the Paraball is oriented at the 6 or at the 12 o´clock position. This is because most of the mass is going to be located close to the axis of rotation, and because that is the position where the Paraball has to make less movements to transition from a rotation on the frontal plane, to a rotation on the transverse plane.

 

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joey teixeira

joey teixeira

This is very helpful in learning the ball work. I have noticed going right handed to problem but with left hand I keep hitting my left side lower back. Any helpful tips to look out for?

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