This week I’m learning from Josef from Fighting Monkey.
Day 1 – games and techniques that develop a range of different principles including rhythm, timing, contraction and relaxation, power, and speed.
This form of training is good for you in a number of ways;
1. it’s complex. The more stimulation you can give to your brain through your physical practice, the better. By performing exercises that challenge you physically and mentally you develop areas of your brain which are associated to age related brain diseases such as dementia and Alzheimer’s.
2. It takes your body through a full range of movement that builds your muscles, joints, connective tissue, fascial system, and ligamentous system. This is the earthquake architecture that protects you against injury and keeps your body from ageing.
3. It’s fun.
Looking forward to sharing this stuff with my students.