"Il sistema nervoso centrale non sa nulla di muscoli e di biomeccanica: lui conosce solo i movimenti".
With this quote John Hughing Jackson was the first neuroscientist of international renown to speak of the functional character of human movement, stating that muscle is contingent on movement but not necessary on a radical level; this means that despite the movement itself being the main factor for motor activity, its teaching must be directed to what allows its realization: the central nervous system. It is therefore intended a multiplicity of instructions at the brain level that can later be translated into movement.
Based on this scientific theory, our approach goes from the study of human movement to propose a methodology of training to various sports and physical activities disciplines, which, unavoidably, is open to continuous learning of all that can enrich our skills.
Starting from the conception of oriental martial arts, understood as the study of natural movements aimed at combat, from the study of human phenotype, from cognitive neuroscience, from neuroanatomy, neuropsychology and physiology, but above all from our experience and practice of movement, we present what for us it is the evolution of training, whose research is nothing but the improvement of performance, the expansion of brain plasticity and the change of thought systems that we consider harmful. All this is aimed at providing students with the awareness and awareness of the motor act and of everything that influences their realization, at the cerebral and psychological level.
In our mind we are fortunate to actively participate in a revolution in the study of the human brain linked to movement, completely unexpected up to twenty years ago. To date this revolution is breaking the old paradigms not only with regard to the training but also in rehabilitation, psychological, medical and philosophical. It is important to ride these new waves for the continuous and amazing discovery of human movement benefits.
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