Balanced Strength Concept™
FREE MOTION POWER is an idea based on the principle of E.B.C, that is conscious and controlled mobilization of the body and its parts. In dynamic classes it introduces the idea of kinetic awareness and ‘flow of motion. Synovial mobilization is complex and covers a wide range of movement patterns (kinetic motifs).The body and its parts have to perform –on an individual context- diverse and multidimensional movements.
Strength, muscular resistance, agility and of course their interdependent combination offer classes an advantageous (‘pleiotropic’) nature. Particular emphasis is given in the ‘opening’ of movements and in the “expansion” of the body in every position.
The music is distinguished by intense style, variety and lack of “traditional’ beat. The selection of music is so important as the choice of exercises and training parameters. The calm flow of the rhythm of performance creates the background for observation, understanding and control of movement while promoting a complex psychosomatic serenity.
Unlike other classical and holistic strength programs FREE MOTION POWER displays a particularly ‘holistic’ character: It combines 9 of the 16 fitness parameters making two-dimensional adjustments without distinguishing between mental and physical field. One of its most distinguishing features is that it offers a targeted and deliberately organized introduction of clients to procedures -from the simplest levels to the pyramidal peak of training - based on individual and collective feedback.
Balanced Strength Concept™ Program Training Hours & Dates
|FITNESS STAR - Workhours|
|Thursday||20:00 - 20:50|
You can ask
- Is Balanced Strength a functional class?Definitely. Combinations and exercises similar to your everyday life and routine. Feel alive.
- Any restrictions i have to know in order to follow the class?This class is for everyone as long as you feel healthy and visited a personal medical doctor. Ask the certified trainer if you have any questions.
- Where can i find a Balanced Strength Class?It might be closer than you think. Type it in the Find Class/Instructor button an see places available.
- Any restrictions i have to know in order to follow the class?