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Frontal Plane, Parallel with the longitudinal axis of the body and divides the body in anterior and posterior parts
Portion of the object remains stationary while the object held at an angle less than 90 degrees makes a complete circle
A tip or part of an object remains stationary while the angle of the shaft remains unchanged as the shaft spins around its longitudinal axis
Movement away from the longitudinal axis of the body in the frontal plane. Example; Arm moving away from body
Movement towards the longitudinal axis of the body in the front plane. (think adding to body) Example; Arm moving towards body.
Movement in the anterior and posterior plane that reduces the angle between the articulating joints. Example; Head bending forward
Movement in the anterior and posterior plane that increases the angle between the articulating joints. Example; Heading bending backward.
Ankle flexion that elevates the distal portion of the foot and toes toward the leg. Excludes toe movements
Ankle extension that elevates the heel and proximal portion of the foot. Excludes toe movements
Moving a part of the body anterior in the horizontal plane. Example; head coming forward
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