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Re: nerve damage??

Posted by alexandra_k on July 9, 2021, at 2:23:55

In reply to Re: nerve damage??, posted by alexandra_k on July 9, 2021, at 0:36:17

When I was at Weltec...

Which is under-rated, actually...

(Just sayin)

One of the instructors / tutors / lecturers... Who I learned about when I was in Australia... And who was part of why I felt it was okay for me to move to Wellington...


He really knew quite a lot about various things...

One of the things he was saying about was feet... There was a pebble box. With pebbles in it. You wiggle your toes and stand and stomp-ish and walk... On the pebbles.

And it is a neural thing. Because there are a lot of nerves (also a lot of muscles) in your feet.

And you don't think about the role that they play in the foundations... For weightlifting and powerlifting and everything...

But that really got me thinking. Particularly about how great our athletes (NZ trained athletes) are in so many respects. And about the role of the mild climate and no shoes in that. Kids running and playing rugby on the grass.

Yeah. Barefoot training.


Also... He said... About 'tensegrity'.

And that is something... Just a vague concept or notion that I have, now, about that...

Thinking about it as applied to the body..

Where there are tension lines.. Of collagen. Steel.
And compression. Of hydroxyapatite. Or lead. Or strontrium.

Anatomy trains (search word for the day)

I don't know...

But how anatomy isn't there yet. Atomistic. Not functional.

I wanted to contribute to that.

So of course I get to... Lie flat.

Until the nuclear fallout clears. I suppose.

BTW: Where is my Degree??? no... where is my degree, really???




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