Pilates – a training concept with tradition and modernity

Everyone knows the workout, at least everybody has heard or read the name Pilates. And most people also know that the founder of this method was Joseph Hubertus, or “Joe” Pilates (1883 – 1967). What exactly is behind this and how this training method is understood nowadays perhaps still needs a little clarification. Because Pilates…

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Wobbly neuronal – simply ingenious!

The improvement of coordinative skills automatically increases the economy of movement in everyday life. New at TOGU in cooperation with the sports scientist Petra Schreiber-Benoit. Great workout with the Pilates Half Roll Premium. Training becomes neuromuscular when the central nervous system and the musculoskeletal system (CNS) and the musculoskeletal system with the skeletal muscles are…

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Stability – Sensomotoric – Balance

TOGU Jumper How important is stability in the hip, knee and ankle joints in football? Can targeted strength and coordination exercises reduce the risk of injury in sport? In modern sport, sport-specific exercises for injury prophylaxis have become essential. Besides the tactical and technical aspects, athletic training is also essential for athletes. The focus here…

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REBODY™ “Breathing as the key to upright position, core stability and performance in sport and everyday life “

Breathing is the most simple and at the same time the most important function of the neuromuscular system and can be used both reflexively (unconsciously) and purposefully. Every day we breathe between 20,000 and 24,000 times. In addition to its essential function of supplying the body with oxygen and eliminating carbon dioxide, breathing plays an…

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15.03.2022, Day of back health 2022

TOGU’s two cooperation partners, the Bundesverband deutscher Rückenschulen e. V. and Aktion Gesunder Rücken e. V. are celebrating Valentine’s Day this year on March 15. And have a date with the back. Show heart against back pain – now and forever! More clearly and more emotionally one can hardly express its love to the topic…

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