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January 05, 2019

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50 strict pull-ups
100 push-ups
150 squats

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Skull Planes

The intersection of the cardinal planes

A plane is a flat surface—real or imaginary—upon which a straight line can join any two points on the plane. There are three basic planes used in anatomical description: The frontal, transverse and sagittal planes. These cardinal planes intersect at the body’s theoretical center of gravity or center of mass.

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