Efficiently using the catapult effect and kinetic energy

This training variation loads the body with energy. The body can stretch and retract back
into position – the body thus moves flexibly. This is important for high-speed strength and
response time, also helping form a firmer physical outer appearance. The more energy that
is loaded and then subsequently released, the more energy can be saved and the better
movement can be carried out. Another import aspect of the catapult effect is the primed
countermovement, through which a large amount of energy is loaded and then explosively
released, such as throwing. The more fascial muscle-trains that are involved in training, the
more energy is saved to be subsequently released. Inner body processes are also benefited
from the catapult effect e.g. breathing, sighing, blowing, speaking, singing etc.


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