In-Trinity Board

The unique design of the In-Trinity board allows you to take advantage of gravity and negative space as you build strength, deepen flexibility and improve balance, coordination, and agility.

 

Johnny G, who also casually introduced us to indoor cycling, better known as “Spin”, is the creator of the In-Trinity board. Purposefully designed to be an “energy-in” practice, this program is suitable for all fitness levels. The versatility of the board truly is amazing. For the first time, you can train off of the floor with the benefit of moving in this negative space. Gravity is also on your side here, since the equipment is designed to be used on an incline or decline.

 

1. Arm Balance

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2. Crow Pose

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3. Side Crow

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4. Wheel

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5. Reverse Plank

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6. Pyramid

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7. Warrior III

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8. Standing Split Variation

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9. Extended Side Angle Bind

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10. Child’s Pose

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11. Sleeping Pigeon

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Transitioning into pigeon pose from 3 legged down dog is most comfortable for me, so this is where I always start. Square your hips and gently bring your left shin to the top of the board. Send deep breathes into your hip and (do your best to) relax forward into the stretch.

12. Chin Stand

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13. Malasana Bind

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14. Decline Push Up

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Begin in either high plank pose, or lower your knees to the board, for a modified push up. Tuck your tailbone under, engage your core and keep your neck in line with your spine.

 

15. Standing Forward Fold

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I am obsessed with using the side rails to pull me deeper into stretches such as forward fold. Slide your hands up or down the side rails to intensify or soften this pose.

 

16. Plow Pose

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Please be careful and take extra precaution when practicing plow pose! Engage your core and hold the side rails. Feel free to keep your knees bent for part or all of the stretch. I recommend skipping this pose altogether if you are experiencing any sort of neck injury. If you do decide to give it a try, do not turn your head until you are safely out of this pose.