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saggital plane, pertaining to 'nutation', defined as: In upright vertebrates, the sacrum is capable of slight independent movement along the sagittal plane. When you bend backward the top (base) of the sacrum moves forward relative to the ilium; when you bend forward the top moves back.[2] The anterior motion of the sacral base is called nutation, and the posterior motion is counter-nutation http://www.dailybandha.com/2012/02/preventative-strategies-for-low-back.html

BodyPlanes - ever wonder what a trainer is talking about when they say 'moving through the saggital'? A simple diagram for understanding the planes of movement. Enjoy. trainandalucia.com

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