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The Science and the human shape!

When we think about the forces we can apply to the user of P9 exercise system we would like to vary the stress and overtime make sure all different force applications are tolerated.One component that is more vital than we previously thought is fluid flow. Adult humans have 60-70% water in the body. The interactions with forces create fluid flow that then shapes us both on the outside and on the inside. Every orgran is attached to the spine andspine movement pumps the organs, which again tells us that movement is essential for health.If we look at the traditional way of exercising, it creates a more local pump effect in a specific muscle, but we do not work in that...

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P.E.One grupclass training with Procedos Platform9

Post in the Instagram from coach @_fridadahl I'm in love again.  In sweat, skin, endorphins and energy.  In loud music and fighting spirit.  Love to be back at work and kick off the body with lots of exercise now after a nice summer 💙 Love how good it makes you feel.  I am clearly the best version of myself when I activate the body regularly and it Give me response! The picture is after my absolute favourite workout: P.E One.  In that session, strength, explosiveness, reaction and movement in different directions are trained and challenged.  @ahlinjenny you are a genius 🙏 Two things I can say about that class, 1. I ALWAYS have exercise pain the days after.  Says something...

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Movement Variability with procedos Platform9

• We automatically decrease movement variability with given tasks. Performance in many sports is about stiffness in certain regions in certain tasks. If we mobilize the segment, we might hinder performance and increase risk of injury. An example can be an old dancer or an old swimmer who have mobility but who have lost the integrity/stiffness when they stopped doing their sport. • Our goal is to maintain, increase or decrease MV depending on the person and on the task. • We believe that given the right exercise, the system will take care of the MV, as it is a self- regulating system. • In changing MV verbal cues are unlikely to produce a sustained learning environment. We believe that...

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Procedos training and Strength and Conditioning Research

Procedos training represents reasoning based on science, as well as on practice. This is necessary to explore new potential strategies for S&C. After years and years of practice in the field of S&C, we feel that there are many things that should change. The vital component of that is PRACTICE. How to direct and organize training is therefore not only science, but a special skill which can be viewed as intuition fed by experience. In our view this is a very important part of being a good coach. It is also one that can not be learned, but has to be experienced – a process that takes time. Our goal with this course is to shorten this time-consuming phase and throw...

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Procedos Lunge exercises

Lunge is one of our most fundamental exercises. If we combine lunges with, for example, hand reaches we get moves that are even more functional. Another great way to progress is to go from two points of contact to one. This means placing all the load on one leg while decelerating the lunge. With the Procedos Platform9 you have the easy Tasks and Targets for start position and where to go and what to do.  Sometimes Complex to explain with words what to do but with Procedos P9 its easy and you will create a great exercise with progressions and structure. At www.procedos.com or in the Procedos App can you find tons of different exercises to create the best workout...

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