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Friday, October 27, 2017

Fun Friday Sitz Rockets

Fun Friday Sitz Rockets

The sitz bones (ischial tuberosity), are the lowest of the three major bones that make up the pelvis (ischion means “hip” in Greek). When you sit on the dance studio floor with good posture, you can feel these bones as they rest against the ground.

Okay. Today’s fun image involves these bones. For improving any jump, imagine rocket boosters (complete with flames shooting downward, if you like) on your sitz bones.

This will help propel you into space, and prevent a sagging bottom which is detrimental to jumping ability, to say the least.

Rocket boosters!

From the Big Blue Book of Ballet Secrets
Secret #15ccc:
“Imagine rocket boosters on your sitz bones.”

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