Joint Stability

by Denise Müller, Grad. Sports Scientist   Increasing physical inactivity in children, teenagers, but also in adults and older people has been a topic of importance for years. How does this inactivity and passivity manifest itself in the human body in terms of the joints and their susceptibility to injury? Jumping and running on various…

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Sensorimotor Function & Proprioception Demystified

by Denise Müller, Grad. Sports Scientist   There are two distinct areas we will need to have a closer look at when talking about sensorimotor function: “Sensorics” on the one hand, and “motorics” on the other. Sensorics is a collective term for the physical process of all sensory perception (seeing, hearing, feeling, smelling, and tasting),…

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Training Intelligence – Intelligent Training

Movement learning and movement relearning are difficult challenges every trainer faces with his charges on any given day. The conscious inclusion and improvement of sensorimotor skills will optimise the foundations for movement learning, and will facilitate reaching set targets for desired training adaptations. Sensorimotor function is the basis for every training stimulus. The better the…

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From Lake Chiemsee to the World

A Success Story of Bavarian Ingenuity What do international top competitors, hobby athletes, therapy patients, and bright kids have in common? They all train or play with air-filled fitness equipment by TOGU. Experienced medical professionals, sports scientists and trainers have long since become committed advocates of the highly efficient and innovative products developed in the…

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