Bring momentum in your life with smovey! Would you like to go to your limits and would you like to get out?
In this course you will go with a variety of exercises times up to "your limits", and in between is with some other exercises also made sure that your "fascia" have time to dissolve. Adhesions of fascia cause pain and imbalances in your musculoskeletal system and contribute to that your muscles do not expand, and therefore can not be built.
Through the various exercises created an effective total body workout and also the trunk stabilizing deep muscles is claimed. A positive side effect you train incidentally the pelvic floor and abdominal muscles.
Training intensity and difficulty of the exercises can be metered individually, so our training session is suitable for all ages and levels.
An improvement in posture and consequently, a relief of the spine in motion is easy to reach by Smovey. This also achieves a discharge to the peripheral joints, as these are set better centered. This is especially in the area of the shoulder an important point, because especially the shoulder joints and thus the often braced neck - neck is relieved by movement.
Be improved through the training also the coordination and balance. Also on the metabolism of the lymphatic and immune systems and the cardio-, vascular system, the training has a positive effect.
This results in the use of smoveys a target group of people, in which the "sensomotorics" function, therefore the skill and coordination is of particular importance.
Information about fascia:
- 30% developed by the muscle force is in the surrounding fascia!
- This force affects the surrounding muscles and joints!
- Fascia affect the mechanics of the joints, muscles and posture!
- Fascia is the main distributor for the power over several segments!
The contribution of the fascia:
Economizes the work of the back muscles, stabilize the spine and reduces pressure on the intervertebral discs.
When the sun shines, we also exercising outdoors in nature or make a smoveyWALK with appropriate units for our muscles.