When you align the 3 platforms correctly with each other , you distribute your weight evenly from the base of the body, through the ankles, knees, pelvis, vertebral column and shoulder girdle
1. Ankles/Feet - Broaden and lengthen metatarsas. Press down evenly through all 4 corners of the feet. Draw outer ankles in and up. Lifte the inner arch. Now engage quadriceps and and hamstrings to protect the knees.
2. Pelvic Girdle - Internally rotate the thighs to widen space between sitting bones and make room for descending tailbone. Press femurs and inner groins back. Lengthen through the torso by lifting frontal hipbones toward lower ribs.
3. Shoulder girdle - When rib cage projects forward the lower back arches and shoulder blades squeeze together, abdomen and diaphragm harden. When chest collapses shoulders roll forward , trapezius muscles bunch and tighten, neck hinges upward and diaphragm compresses.
Lift the top of sternum from the inside
Broaden across the collarbones
Move the upper arms slightly back in line with side body
Soften the trapezius muscles and release scapulae away from the ears
Widen between the shoulder blades
Keep the front ribs soft