Strong joints: hip training
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The hip joint is the second largest joint in the human body after the knee joint. The tightbone and pelvis are the scalloping joint partners. The psoas major muscle and iliacus act together in concert and are for example responsible for the flexion of the trunk.
The strengthening of the hip an pelvis (center of the body) is important for the stability and agility of the whole body and a basis for a daily life free of complaints, especially at an advanced age. Balance training means also exercising strength and the sensorimotor system at the same time.Explained in a simple way, the sensorimotor system is the interaction between the sensoric (nerve strings) and motoric (muscules, sinew) functions of the human body. Therefore with the instable TOGU platforms, you train your balancing skills and unconsciously along the way your nerve system as well as your deep musculature, which is providing mobility and stability for your joints.
The ingenious part of the Healthy Training concept is the ideal combination of perfect training tools and an easy application for the patient. This is complemented by a unique combination of exercises tailored to specific needs.. This way training from young to old age is possible.
No matter whether you are using the Healthy Training Program for prevention or only after a health problem has occurred. If any medical conditions arise please always consult your physician or physio therapist. Healthy Training offers a solution, that you can apply alongside a therapy in everyday life.