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The Program Concepts

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Loading the body with bone building Anti Gravity Rhythmic movement

These concepts are embedded in the design of Bones For Life movement processes. For fuller development of these concepts, visit the Program Rationale.

1. Dynamic movement - A natural key for stimulating bone strength

  • Using body weight for self-locomotion through springy pressure
  • Rhythmical micro-bouncing potential for nutrients to penetrate into solid bone
  • Need triggers capability; lifting weights in safe body organization

2. Characteristics of bone-strengthening pressure

  • Pulsations of rhythmical and springy pressure
  • Volume of pressure equivalent to dynamic walk
  • Organizing the posture in two-way consistent passage of flow for the body weight bearing down and for the counter pressure from the earth lifting up

3. Somatic learning through exploration of unused options

  • The brain chooses to update its habit when the new suggestion is accepted by the entire body
  • Awakening the brain to authentic judgment; shaking automatic response by acting in non-habitual coordination
  • Balance between comfort and challenge
  • Organization vs. effort; listening to harmonious quality vs. achieving quantitative goal
  • Descend in order to ascend; withdraw in order to advance
  • Resist in order to strengthen; challenge in order to stimulate capacity
  • Conscious exaggeration for controlling a non-conscious counter-productive tendency
  • Sensitivity to individual boundaries vs. ambition to perform a standard
  • Neurological diplomacy: intentional imitation of a dysfunction in order to awaken the brain to drop it
  • Reciprocal relationships: models of reins vs elastic
  • Put the engine behind: moving from the backbone vs recruiting the soft front
  • 20% pressure, the optimal effect

4. Organic patterns of self-mobilization

  • Integration: harmonious cooperation between all body parts
  • Domino effect: navigating a continuous trajectory for undisturbed transmission of pressure from foot to head
  • Counter symmetry: exchanging roles between right and left
  • Walking: alternating response to pressure between wave and axis
  • Proportional distribution of labor between center and periphery
  • Using arms as legs; re-empowering the wrists
  • Ping-pong integration through back and forth communication between polarities
  • Sphincters: the antigravity internal network
  • Jumping: the ultimate guide to weight-bearing posture

5. Strategies for outsmarting gravity: the skeleton as the main device for effortless vertical posture and easy mobilization

  • Tapping the heels - rhythmical pulsations of springy pressure
  • Transmission in wave - differentiating the spine in undulation
  • Transmission in axis - undifferentiated spine to sustain pressure
  • Taking the power for lifting up from pushing down
  • Detaching weight in an airplane style of gradual sliding contact vs. using helicopter style of direct taking off
  • Jumping: utilizing one's own weight to provoke the uplifting force from the planet
  • Ideal movement: all body parts are equally unimportant
  • Ideal posture: skeleton leans on itself with no work of the muscles
  • The harness as a loan of integration
  • The power of visualization

6. Applying organic patterns of walking in greenhouse conditions

  • Applying interconnections of a natural walk as a context for introducing new ways of bone-strengthening pressure
  • Pushing a wall in lying down and standing up
  • Using a harness to enhance security and uniformity of axis
  • Using knots and props to elicit changes in posture
  • Resisting movement in order to clarify it
  • Creeping the prototype of self-propelling organization

7. Strengthening bone conditioned on aligning the skeleton into a weight-bearing posture

  • The primary consideration: personal safety
  • Aligning the neck: avoiding over-compression of in-curve
  • Aligning the lumbar: bridging upper and lower body
  • Reorientation of hip joint: aligning legs to body
  • Functional knees: eliciting spontaneous springiness
  • Recapitulating intelligence of feet: distribution of pressure determines posture
  • Strengthening the spine: initiating movement from the back vs. over-emphasizing stomach muscles
  • Freeing the rib cage: the key to reorganization

8. Challenge builds motivation

  • Getting familiar with a style of power
  • Pulling hands: reorganizing upper body through the function of climbing
  • Regaining equilibrium by cultivating the courage to risk it
  • Falling down wisely: learning to reduce injury

9. Posture: the graphology of personality

  • Upright alignment: the body language of assertiveness and dignity
  • The social projection of posture: a representation of self assessment

10. Results of the natural program for stimulating bone strength

  • Objective assessment: clinical measurements of bone density before and after period of training
  • Subjective assessment: sensation of biological optimism
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