Don’t wait until it’s too late to start stretching exercises...
Mobility refers to the ability to move your joints in their full range of motion through a combination of strength and flexibility. Mobility is an important factor for our health, because improved mobility can prevent pain and injuries and even improve muscle performance. Muscle groups that are regularly contracted, such as muscles in our forearms, calves or chest, can be loosened by mobility stretches.
Fascia stretching exercises help improve the flexibility of our muscles and exercise our fascia. Healthy fascia help your muscles remain strong. Fascia is a form of connective tissue. This tissue is a continuous network that protects bones, muscles, organs and nerves and helps maintain our physical shape. In this way, the fascia is like an invisible second skin. It’s not actually a part of our skin, but it connects muscles, tissues and ligaments to thousands of different contact points. From head to toe, fascia is everywhere. Fascia exercises are now being used in amateur and professional athletics, as well as in a wide range of gyms. Fascia rolling can loosen collagen fibers, avoid tissue sticking together and increase the water-binding capacity of tissue.
How does bellicon training help?
Get rid of cramps
The trampoline’s smooth, gentle bounce performance generates a rhythmic contraction and relaxation of your muscles; tension is released as your muscles relax.
Intervertebral disc massage
The up and down movement of the mini-trampoline acts like a gentle massage on your intervertebral discs. This means they will be in better shape in the long run – as will your mobility.
Thanks to the gentle swinging and bouncing movement on the mini-trampoline, the fascia remain in an elastic state and can therefore store more energy. This can prevent tension and pain by, among other things, increasing the water-binding capacity of our tissue.
Mobility will give you freedom.
Tense and contracted muscles can give you the feeling of being trapped in your own body. Different exercises on our mini-trampoline allow you to test and expand your limits. Don’t let a loss of mobility limit you.
One of the keys to increased mobility and flexibility is very simple: water. If you drink enough fluids (at least 2 liters a day), you can reduce your risk of injury and prevent sore muscles. But it doesn’t always have to be a glass of mineral water. Lots of different foods also contain a lot of water. The easiest to find are cucumbers and watermelon.
Just 10 minutes a day will improve your well-being and fitness level in the long run.