Strengthen muscle activity and optimize energy transfer
Fascia act as filters for the cells of the body. Muscle activity ignites movement. At the same time the fascial network improves in stability as muscles grow. Muscles are organized in long fascial muscle-trains throughout the body. Thus, communication channels form across the body, reacting with and supporting one another. This occurs frequently and is complicated, generating a full-body task out of every movement. As a result, strength training itself can support the body’s optimal performance output when the trajectories of the muscle-trains are also incorporated into movement. The fascial muscle-trains are especially tight in their transfer of energy. The muscles in the central fascial muscle-trains are of key importance because they offer an anchor for the body’s movement.
In the end, muscles and fascia enjoy a mutually beneficial relationship; one would not be able to work without the other. Ultimately, when a specific demand arises, either the muscles or fascia will lead the effort.