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Fascial Fitness DVD
The first and only training DVD program for the development of supple, flexible and strong connective tissue! In this DVD, Dr. Robert Schleip will provide a theoretical along with a practical introduction to the new field of Fascial Fitness.
How to train your Connective Tissue network with Robert Schleip PhD
The first and only training DVD program for the development of supple, flexible and strong connective tissue!
This DVD will provide a theoretical along with a practical introduction to the new field of Fascial Fitness. In close cooperation with international scientists, sports trainers, movement educators and manual therapists, this new theoretical understanding has been translated into a unique form of practical movement training.
We’ve always been training single muscles, Fascial Fitness is the future: it will train the endless fascial web in our bodies! Recently it has been proven that the fascial web that surrounds and connects throughout the body means a lot for the fitness and health of every sportsman. A well trained and well integrated fascial net optimizes peak forces as well as the coordination of detailed movements. It’s not the joint receptors giving information about how the body behaves kinesthetically, but the many receptors located in the fascia. That means, not the skin is our biggest sensory organ, but fascia.
With fascial training you can push your limits of performance. Fascially trained sportsmen will say: “I could give 140% and had lots of fun with it.” An integrated fascial training will lead to – better performance – less injury – more fun and variety
Running time: 60 mins. Includes a 20 pages colour booklet!
- Practice: Fascial Release, Fascial Stretch, Rebound Elasticity, Fluid Refinement
- Tips for Everyday: Daily Exercises
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Fascial Fitness Intro
Based on the Latest Research in Fascia, A new approach to train your fascial web.
Conventional training has been emphasizing on muscles, cardiovascular fitness and coordination. However, most of the injuries occur in the connective tissues. Research is showing that training the neuromyofascial web should be explored further. Fascial Fitness will show you how to train the connective tissues to prevent and repair damage and to build elasticity and resilience into the body. This workshop series is the only training program for the development of supple, flexible and strong connective tissue!
Sydney, 16-17 November 2018