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As a trainer, I follow a certain philosophy with personal training in order to get the best out of people.
Only when breathing allows the flow of energy during the movement can you use your maximum energy without exhausting it at an early stage. Whenever the centre of the body is permanently tapped, not only the abdominal and back muscles are strengthened, but also the spine is spared and even strengthened during movement.
In order to be able to offer you a maximum of effectiveness and a maximum of health benefits, I incorporate the PERSONAL TRAINING exercises from various training methods. These include CORE training according to David Kirsch, Pilates, Freeletics and others.
"What does CORE training mean?" I'm sure you're wondering now! The muscles of the human trunk can be described as a permanently operational tension hose, the inside of which is responsible for the stability and fine motor skills of the spine, while the outside takes over the movement of the spine, joint stabilization and movement control. The pelvic floor muscles can be regarded as the floor of this system and the diaphragm as its lid. Both systems play together permanently in a healthy person.
The muscles that lie along the spine connect individual vertebrae muscularly, strengthen the spine and prepare it for all kinds of movement. During the movement itself, the necessary movement muscles are spontaneously activated and permanently controlled and coordinated by the nervous system. This process is absolutely necessary to protect the spine, as it optimally stabilizes the spine during movement. For many people with back problems, this smooth process is pathologically disturbed. Core training does justice to the highly coordinative processes and requirements. It not only develops the superficial dynamic musculature, but also specifically trains the deep-lying holding musculature and in doing so links the inner and outer muscle system coordinatively with each other. In order to expand the ability to self-regulate the neuromuscular network, which to a great extent influences the quality of all our movements, balance exercises and muscle loop training are carried out.
Core training is not only important for a healthy back, but also for leisure sports or for optimizing performance in children's, youth and top-class sports and is therefore successfully used in fitness training. For example, to prepare the German national football team for the World Cup. Strengthening the centre of the body in strength and coordination is the basis of every muscle training at Kost & Körper!
The term "proprioception" is composed of the word parts "proprio" = own and "zeption" = feeling and can be translated as "self-awareness", which can be trained and improved by balance stabilisation training.
The conscious perception of joint position and movement during the training results in an unconscious, i.e. automated joint stabilization through reflex effects.
The proprioceptive training ultimately results in an improved posture and balance control, which can have a positive effect on the reaction and stabilization of the body in dangerous situations. But even after injuries, proprioceptive training is highly effective and sensible.
For example, an improvement in stability is observed in injured athletes by training on unstable surfaces such as soft mats, trampolines and nodding boards. Proprioceptive training in PERSONAL TRAINING with Ursula Klein is unavoidable, especially as active injury prevention for the lower extremities.
In proprioceptive training, the small, deep-set and stabilizing muscles in the foot or leg are addressed. It is an extremely effective coordination training which also requires a high level of concentration.
Proprioceptive training does not have to take place in isolation. Usually I include the balance exercises in the PERSONAL TRAINING diet & body exercises, e.g. on the nodding board, etc., in other exercises. Thus the degree of difficulty of the individual exercises can be increased.