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Over the span of just a few short decades, the fitness industry has sanitized physical culture of much of its real-world usefulness. As large scale gyms and health clubs came to dominate the fitness scene, the concept of increasingly efficient fitness machines made the efficiency of the human body increasingly redundant.
By chasing after the wonders of technology and worshiping the promise of quick results, weʼve produced a culture in which fitness enthusiasts are happy to insert themselves into giant machines where they mindlessly move through a limited, strictly regulated range of motion.
Thereʼs a fundamental problem with this notion of “muscle training.” Muscles do not act independently but in concert. If we hope to be prepared for the demands of life and sport, we must train movements, not muscles. It is Movement Arts like Circular Strength Training that will lead us “back to the future.”

 

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Lars

Leidenschaftlicher Bewegungspraktiker und begeistert von den Möglichkeiten des Internets für Fortbildung und Marketing. Ich liebe meine Familie, Wasserball spielen, Katamaran segeln, Lesen und Espresso.