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Self Reflection

An assignment to gain more clarity about your past and get answers about your current state. Create a timeline of the most important events in your past that were crucial for your development and your relationship with your physicality and your development in general.

Balancing Introduction

Balance is the foundational law of movement. We want to make balance aware again. For better understanding of oneself, better practice and more balanced life.

Basic Muscle Anatomy

This first Lecture is about getting an awareness, a perspective on the bigger picture. This is, in our eyes, crucial for your further development. Enjoy!

Basic Joint Anatomy

In this first big document you will get an overview about the term Training: What does it mean and what does it consist? How do we approach it and how can you build independency with our plans? It's the beginning of your theoretical practice for training planning. Enjoy!

Theoretical Training

In this first big document you will get an overview about the term Training: What does it mean and what does it consist? How do we approach it and how can you build independency with our plans? It's the beginning of your theoretical practice for training planning. Enjoy!

The Bigger Picture

This first Lecture is about getting an awareness, a perspective on the bigger picture. This is, in our eyes, crucial for your further development. Enjoy!

Breathing

Breathing is the process which keeps us alive. It's also the process which brings us to optimal performance and health. The physiologically most important task of breathing is to supply our cells with sufficient oxygen. Anyway, most of us are underestimating the importance of breathing in our everyday lives. Change it.

Weber-Fechner Law

The Weber-Fechner law is the formulation of a psychophysical relationship in sensory physiology and states that a linear increase in the subjectively perceived strength of sensory impressions is equal to the logarithm of the increase in the objectively measurable intensity of the stimulus.

An interesting concept for our practice and training.