Space between bones and skin

We are a skeletal system sitting in a perfect anti-gravity suit.

For that suit to work it needs to act in totality and the muscles need to float over the bones in opposite directions.

Any time a muscle is stuck the relationship to the bone is static – the relationship needs to be continually dynamic.

Always drop the skeleton inside the muscles – this can be done by realising there is a great space between the outer extremities and the bones.  Even in areas (like the head) where it appears the skull is close to the outer edge – challenge that concept – small differences in thinking can make profound changes in use.