According to The Pyramid View Of The Human Body, the human body behaves as if there is a pyramid within it located approximately as shown in this picture.
Corroborating evidence for that claim comes from the fact that pyramid shapes can be found all over a human body in any imaginable pose that body may be holding.
This series of blog entries is dedicated to providing examples of the pyramid shapes that can be found all over the human body.
The example image for this blog entry shows a woman doing a backwards dive.
Divers frequently hold specific positions when they dive. This diver is holding her arms out in front of her with her hands crossed. It is not a coincidence that those poses produce pyramid shapes.
This diving pose creates a pyramid between the elbows and the crossed hands,
and the elbows and the head.
A pyramid is also formed by the crossed hands and the shoulders.
A large body involving the entire body is created by the crossed hands, shoulder, and the feet.
All of those pyramids brace the diver’s body for entry into and impact with the water. If the diver did not assume a pose that created bracing pyramids in the body, impact with the water could cause an injury.
This picture also demonstrates how awareness of the pyramids associated with a human body can be used for ascertaining the condition of a particular body. Please take a moment to examine the arms of the diver in the unaltered photo.
The diver’s right hand is extended out further and is angled differently,
than the left hand is.
Because the left hand is closer to the body, an initial conclusion would be that the left arm is tighter and perhaps stronger. The strength and tightness of the arm is keeping it closer to the body.
The right arm would likely be more relaxed and not as strong. It is further away from the body and not as angled as the left arm because it is not strong enough to pull closer into the body and rotate more.