In sports education, the emphasis has been on muscular strength, cardiovascular conditioning and neuromuscular coordination. Emerging research in fascia – the body-wide connective tissue net - reveals a ground-breaking understanding of the essential role this network plays in a moving body. If the 'fascial' body is well trained – optimally elastic and resilient – it can be relied on to perform effectively, to allow peak performance, to foster the coordination of supple, elegant movement and to offer a higher potential for injury prevention.
This is significant since most injuries in sport, as well as the loss of mobility, flexibility and strength in an ageing body, do not occur in the muscle fibres or in the bony skeleton. The vulnerable point in our soft tissue system is the structure of the connective tissue as in ligaments, tendons or joint capsules when they have been loaded beyond their prepared capacity.
Mr. Joshua Samuel R,
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