Strengthen the central fascial muscle-train and optimize energy transfer
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 transfer muscle power 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 main fascial muscle-trains are particularly closely connected in their transfer of energy. The muscles in the central fascial muscle-train are of key importance because they offer an anchor for the body’s movement.
Basically, the body tries to be economical so that muscles and fascia enjoy a mutually beneficial relationship; one would not be able to work without the other. Ultimately, when a specific demand arises, depending on the situation either the muscles or the fascia take over the main work.
⇒ Muscle work = fascial network resting = a lot of energy consumption
⇒ Fascia work = muscles resting = low energy consumption