The “BlackBoard Training System” provides a revolutionary capability for training specific movement patterns of the foot, strengthening neuronal connections, and reintegrating them into everyday life.
Because its two connected platforms can move independently, it allows isolating specific movements of the forefoot and rear foot for training. The movement axes can be placed freely, which in addition to mobilization also supports targeted activation and strengthening of certain (perhaps deficient) muscle groups.
In terms of fitness and athletic performance, there is barely any other part of our body that is as underestimated as our feet. Healthy joints and an intact arch of the foot play an enormously important role – both in sports and daily life. Many unanswered and previously unknown questions have led to uncertainties and wrong movement patterns. In this video tutorial, sports scientist Gregor Stumpf and physical therapist Lars Grandjot expand on interesting facts about the functional anatomy of the foot. In addition, these inventors of the BlackBoard introduce the MAP system (Mobilization / Activation / Performance) with 12 training exercises for a healthy and powerful foot. You can also learn interesting insights into the foot and its four gait phases and how these can be specifically trained and strengthened with the BlackBoard.
– Theory and practice with the BlackBoard
– More mobility, better coordination, more balance and strength
– Discover how physical discomforts originate in your feet
– Quick and simple tips for training
Video workshop length: 45 minutes