Achieve a full range of motion. Simple exercises with a lot of repetition and proximal fixed point. Full mobility, stamina, increased aeration and contracture prophylaxis.
Achieve optimal stability. Exercises with weight-bearing, precision and distal fixed point. Muscle tone, ligaments, connective tissue and alignment.
Neuromuscular control. Learning correct movement patterns, as well as specific skills. Slightly more advanced exercises, changes in direction and complex movements. Correct arousal patterns, inner feedback and precision.
Achieve increased muscle strength and stamina. Exercises with increased loads, few repetitions, and free
weights. Maximum power, explosivity.
Achieve balance throughout the entire body. Exercises working with proprioception, inner feedback and vision. Joints and muscles.
Exercises on all levels and phases. Working with learned movements, challenging surroundings, and precision at the highest possible level. Correct timing, strength, mobility, balance, coordination.