Poise, Position and Performance

Good post is considered to have many advantages. From aesthetic point of view, you can enhance the image and send out the correct label (body language). For an athlete is considered necessary. But what is good control? We recognize a poor attitude when we see it, as it is evident in most adults, regardless of athletic ability. But just to avoid the matter, people with an ideal plumb-line & # 39; Stelling can also have poor motion patterns. This is because it's not what's important but how it's maintained. Obviously & # 39; good & # 39; Position can be achieved with absolutely inappropriate muscle activity.

The famous physiologist Charles Sherrington once described our system of maintaining workout as "uncertain and unsure of all". This is not encouraging when all correction methods to improve posture on a system that are the cause of the problem. The fact that the statement may worsen indicates that the system can be managed. The usual definition of a good body part is the correct correction of a body part supported by the right amount of tension. This view has led to the development of exercises to pick up localized muscles that are diagnosed with weakness in achieving the ideal. Achieving good physical fitness became the end in itself. However, these methods do not go deep enough to cope with the cause and, consequently, are based on a partial understanding of the situation. Position is a sign of attitude and not just a muscle tone. Every way from the brain always leads to muscle.

Our thinking mode affects all the movements and muscular effects to put it differently – we are what we think. Sports programmer can use the phrases, & # 39; the heads have fallen & # 39; or "spring has gone out of their step to describe the losing side. However, the winning side will keep your head high and # 39; or be long" # 39; It's no coincidence that many words used to describe attitudes are physical in nature, such as stiff necked & # 39; and & # 39; spinless & # 39;. Words used to express physical characteristics such as "quiet" and "middle" are also suitable for describing the character. Attitudes also apply to both. Non-Verbal Communication is established a branch of behavior that is widely used by the police and industry. We do many subconscious moves and actions that allow others to read our thoughts or take care of our actions.

Looks Good

Although poor attitude is considered of many to be a factor in performance, traditional exercises developed to address the problem, do not get reason, and therefore can not offer a long-term solution. Incorrect concept of problems leads to a wrong solution. Athletes who are in difficulty with technology or recurrent injuries, poor physical conditions. The small body uses improper muscular activity to move s em leads to mechanical inefficient movements of the joints. However, it is wrong to assume that theorem is teaching. The assumption that the problem can be corrected by strengthening the weaker muscles by movement is misjudged. This excellent approach ignores the cause and simply tries to correct the symptoms.

Our body is shaped by how we use it. Routine determines the use and subsequent state of muscles; That's why it's an underlying routine that needs to be changed. Poor muscle tension is not the basis of poor posture; There are the systems that control the muscles that are teaching. Attempts to correct workout workouts at best achieved temporary aesthetic results, or complicate the problem by strengthening poor practices that led to the situation. Trying to correct workout workouts involves the same defective pattern as the guiding principle of poor awareness of body consciousness. If we can unknowingly get into this situation, how should we know the way out? I repeat, exercises do not change habits – they reinvest them!

The first mistake the entrepreneurs made from physical fitness exercises was to confuse the appearance of the sign, that is, the good supervision of talented individuals, to the desired extent. Changing the body to look right does not get stress. Many of the systems designed to improve posture use various Alexander methods, often without acknowledgment, but do not obey the basic principles. Unique philosophical orders can not be taken and made as part of another. This system advocates practice to achieve the desired results but ignore the necessary steps to prevent the use of routines that cause the situation. The methods for correcting posture are flawed and are based on the following misunderstandings.

"We can control individual muscles."

We do not have direct control of individual muscles, only the movement. When we choose to move, the movement is organized by the brain's subconscious stations that do not contain unique muscle functions. Try to complete your biceps muscles without thinking about moving your arm and you can begin to evaluate how it works. What we understand is an emotion that is associated with this movement and not the muscles. We do not know if the operation long, shortens or even uses muscle, only we have performed a motion that we associate with the emotion. One exercise system to improve body weight even goes to guide participants to participate in urban areas in each exercise to twenty five percent of their strength! This level of control is just not possible. Harmful and bad habits can lead to a change in pattern with repetitive repetitive movements. After injury, muscle action will be taken to prevent movement in a damaged area or to compensate for temporary loss of mobility becoming a routine. These compensatory measures become part of a permanent pattern and become normal. Underconsciousness and the normal nature of physical activity along with lack of attention to activity means deviations from natural patterns can go unnoticed. If we do not have a detailed account of how we perform a move, we can not be sure that it is correct to follow the coach's instructions. Many coaches have seen this when the student's actions do not resemble their control.

"The problem is with the muscles."

Position is a sign of attitude. Exercises designed to strengthen the experienced weak muscles do not get the cause of the problem. If the muscle is weak, it is most likely that it is due to lack of use if it is not active due to defective movements. If you do not use it, you will lose it! Muscle can also appear sick if it is usually held tight because a further deal is not possible. Our shape is the result of a complex equilibrium act involving any muscle in the body. Weakness in one area usually shows too much tension in another. The effort to achieve balance by working on individual muscle groups is not only time consuming but meaningless.

What are we trying to achieve if we do not know what is the correct tone for each muscle? In recent years, "practical exercises" and # 39; designed for a particular sport. The theory is that each sport will set requirements for certain muscle groups so that exercises can be used to strengthen the athlete's needs. But if these muscles are considered necessary for their sport then the athlete who participates in this sport should already have the appropriate strength as required. Changes in one part of the body achieved by motion will lead to, often unexpected, results in another. The muscles perform their functions according to the rules of the administration. Postural exercises call into play the same system that created the poor situation in a brighter way. The result is & # 39; stronger & # 39; Muscles in mercy on defective control. The careless driver now has a more powerful car.

"We know what a good post is feeling."

The knowledge of how to maintain good body temperature has never been more conscious. Lack of poor practices makes a good future for children without the need to "do it" & # 39;. When practices begin to interrupt the process and the body is getting worse, we can not know what to do to get it back. It is stupid to believe that we can improve what should be a natural process by trying better. To perform corrective actions, it is assumed that an individual knows how to use the appropriate muscles with the appropriate amount of tension. If we had this option we would never have developed a poor post at the beginning. You can not use the underlying condition that causes a poor post to add it. Poor body temperature is a symptom and should not be addressed directly. To know what a good future is for & # 39; as we need it.

"To correct the body, we need to try better."

Indeed, the opposite is true. The brain's centers that communicate local responses are at the level of consciousness and are out of direct control. Any attempts to correct posture with a conscious act will interfere with this process. Common response to those who want to & # 39; right & # 39; Their immediate restraint is to stiffen up, shorten your back, hold your breath and accept the military assistance. Young children are often used as examples of good posting, but they do not mind. They allow it to happen by not interfering with the process. To get a good position and & # 39; We need to learn what to do to prevent the correct reaction.

"Good Performance Performance"

As described above, good body temperature seems to promote effective activity, but we need to go deeper to understand why. This view puts a basket for the horse. It is a talent for effective movement that promotes a good position. A good style is a sign of victory and that's a bad attitude, a symbol of lost poise. A sophisticated athlete moves freely with minimal effort and is not pulled out of shape due to excessive muscle tension. The Athlete, who is pleased, uses improper muscle activity in all activities, including exercises recommended to correct body temperature. If an individual has won, the corrections of exercises are unnecessary and could even lead to a loss.

If an individual is not single, correction exercises are only to complicate the problem. Postural exercises can show progress in form, but by what scale and at what cost can I do? Features are not important. Better features and feeling feel stronger is not necessarily a good way. In a certain individual, appropriate muscle function is required to maintain balance activated by local reactions. When the reaction touches the muscle, we only feel motion, no effort. For example, when the patella (knee) reaction is tested, we do not feel like applying an effort to move our foot because we only get an exercise response if we have voluntarily activated the muscle. We do not voluntarily control muscle activity directly and should have little sense of strength. If we feel stronger, we are probably overweight on the muscles.

Exercises to develop certain muscles do not contribute to the balance and integration required to achieve. New practices are learned by using muscles to perform movements that can not match their natural function. Local reactions associated with learning patterns harmonize muscle activity for equilibrium without the need for increased work.

Exercises designed to assist athletes could previously have unexpected side effects by limiting physical activity. When we use the practices developed with an exercise to achieve what we expect & # 39; right & # 39; position or movement, interferes with motion activation actions. I consider targeting local muscles for certain exercises that encourage use in actions they are not intended to perform, leading to damage.

Promoting Poise

Poise is not purchased with conventional exercises that generally concentrate on muscles. As discussed earlier in this chapter, many exercises cause damage through a gradual approach to developing individual muscles or muscle groups in isolation. Poise comes with understanding and experience of free movement.

Balance is important for victory. A common answer to the perceptible loss of balance is to stiffen to prevent a fall. We need to feel comfortable with the move to remove fear of falling. When we use appropriate corrective actions to respond to the experienced loss of balance, the risk of falling increases. The mercy shown by experts in the martial arts Aikido is because they can fall without fear of injury.

Regardless of the state of the nervous system, you can improve balance by learning how to eliminate unnecessary preparatory actions that we usually associate with a particular exercise. Incorrect exercise leads to abuse of our physical activity. When our complex equilibrium system obstructs all that causes it, muscle activity will be damaged and inappropriate. Poise can only be achieved when a routine interfering with equilibrium is removed.

Anthropologist Raymond Dart wrote:

"Poise, however, is not aware of physical strength through physical activity and sports, but with relaxing research and observation. In calm or rest in a good body, whether it's in reliable static positions , sit or stand or act actively in the movement of daily life or sport of life. "

In my view, one of the most successful ways to gain a victory through research and observation is Alexander Technique.


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