In physical rehabilitation and sports training, the SAID principle asserts that the human body adapts specifically to imposed demands. In other words, given stressors on the human system, whether biomechanical or neurological, there will be a Specific Adaptation to Imposed Demands (SAID). If
We now know that there are 2,196 ways to move a joint there are reason to move the joint throughout all the motions. Some motions are more common and therefore more needed than others, but this does not mean we should neglect the lesser used ones. If we do not use the movements the human movement system was created for, we will lose those movements. This means we should train specifics, but not to the extent of overuse. There has to be a balance between specifics and non-specifics to create optimal health.
THE PLAY & FUN COMPONENT OF PLATFORM 9™
The fundamental movements we all have learned in life have in many cases been learned through play. We need to bring back play in our movement training since it is not only more fun, but it also makes one big difference: it increases the level of presence. A greater presence makes learning different – more authentic. This helps in achieving the ultimate goal of exercising– to learn how to move well, even when not thinking about it.
THE Educations -the basics for P9 Exercises. You will learn, that there is a wide range of exercises, and throughout the course you will practically experience this. We want every trainer to be proficient in our methodology and to learn and embrace the philosophy of 3D training.