Muscle function division
We divide our muscles into skeletal and peripheral. The cooperation of all muscles is necessary to perform any movement. Proper placement and blocking of bones by skeletal muscles, this is our safety and saving energy necessary to do the job.
Correct movement should start skeletal muscles whose task is to protect our skeleton so that the peripheral muscles responsible for the movement do not damage the skeleton during work. Strengthening peripheral muscles, eg the back muscles, bypassing the proper skeletal muscle tone is the cause of many back injuries. If the Central Nervous System is properly programmed, then every movement becomes beautiful and fluid without any pain.
Often, exercise devices are designed in such a way as to isolate the exercised peripheral muscle. The peripheral muscle then works without the support of skeletal muscles. Incorrectly used rehabilitation the main focus is on strengthening peripheral muscles. Increased physical activity often harms instead of helping. We have to learn the movement, then we can start strengthening the peripheral muscles. It is necessary to create the right conditions for learning the movement in adulthood.
Every move is a complicated skill. We do not realize this because the Central Nervous System (CNS) works enormously and works without our awareness.
Breathing problems aggravate postural defects. Faulty postures cause on the one hand a reduction in the volume of inhaled air, on the other hand, they increase the resistance, that is the cost of its collection, a vicious circle that worsens the functioning of the body. Modern Rehabilitation comes with relief.