Athletes must understand and feel their body on a whole other level than average people do if they wish to progress successfully, constantly, and without injuries. The AEQ method offers a new way of advancing in sports: exponential growth through an improved translation of information from the head to the muscles and feeling and awareness of your body.
How can the AEQ method help with sports?
Better activation of the parasympathetic mode of functioning of the athlete’s autonomic nervous system improves his regeneration. At the same time, he would use his available energy more rationally, and the AEQ method knows the ways and exercises that make this possible.
The fact is, that younger generations, due to their decreased ability to focus, have trouble advancing and staying uninjured during sports because today’s training is done with too much force. You miss the dedication to motor intelligence that would be appropriately trained to increase strength and speed without unwanted consequences naturally. You understand the equal importance of emotional stability and intelligence. You rely excessively on achievement tables and measurements but don’t ask yourself how you feel and what you feel. dosežkov in meritve ne vprašate pa se kako se počutite in kaj čutite.
If you think your progress would speed up and improve by working on what I wrote above, I invite you to consider all the AEQ method’s possibilities, which I have been developing for years.
The AEQ method and its connection to sports
This time I’m dedicating myself to sports. A special program is adapted to the knowledge, skills, and needs of athletes. I dedicated it to more successful and correct guidance and worked with recreational and professional athletes of all generations. The basis is a somatic model of thinking adapted to sports, which I developed when working with athletes, first for faster elimination of injuries, and later also for easier and more reliable achievement of the desired results.
The method enables the re-learning of a person’s primary natural perceived movement, which improves self-awareness and raises efficiency in movement, which is the most important factor in an athlete’s success. A person suffering from chronic or acute muscle pain or movement disorders and asymmetries can learn to observe, change, and control his body’s neuromuscular systems. I updated and improved the findings of clinical somatic methods.
Education of this kind enters an area not satisfyingly covered by science and healthcare. Relieving and eliminating pain, relaxing, and improving the nervous system’s muscular functions and functions are key to a healthy life. They help with undisturbed movement. The AEQ method reaches the roots of most chronic muscle pain, which can only be relieved by altering a sensory-motor loop. This can only be achieved without inappropriate side effects through understanding that will change the brain’s workings. Not only do these send impulses, but they can also reprogram, with the help of the AEQ method, which is important if we wish to heal malfunctions and the inefficient operation of the neuromuscular and skeletal system. This is the path to optimizing muscle tone, intermuscular coordination, energy systems, and the synchronized operation of all parts of the system we call soma; a man is not a machine, but a body guided by reason.
Most athletes develop a strong disconnect between body sensations and their awareness, which allows them to feel less pain. That’s why they are better, faster, and more competitive than adults, making their career progress faster. But this progress only goes to a certain stage because they suppressed sensing their feelings completely. This increasingly limits them; they get sick more often, get injured, and fall into various overtraining/burnout stages. This negatively impacts the development of their emotional intelligence. The AEQ method, which I supplemented for sports coaches, is designed to eliminate this separation. It enables continuous progress of both body and spirit and the increase of orderliness and efficiency. We avoid unnecessary overloading, which causes injuries and pain. As a coach, you will begin to think about how realistic your demands are.
Due to the growing problems with increasingly young athletes’ injuries, I believe in the success of incorporating the AEQ approach into the training process. This will help you to prolong your active sports life and maintain and increase your passion and joy for sports.
Posts by athletes who have successfully incorporated AEQ into their training process and wanted to make it public can be found here: insert link here. However, there are more who have recognized the AEQ method as an excellent tool for raising results but do not want to disclose it publicly.
I have successfully worked with over 50 top athletes from different sports categories, most from athletics, skiing, and cycling. I am noticing the growing difficulty athletes and sports teams have with earning and maintaining new victories. Injuries have become an unavoidable part of an athlete’s career; the AEQ method is intended to prevent and treat injuries and pain. A part of the AEQ method is also AEQ breathing, which greatly influences breathing efficiency and allows for greater relaxation of the muscles, which leads to faster regeneration and rehabilitation with a better exchange of gasses in said muscles.
I put the influence of sports and muscle blockages on reduced respiratory efficiency at the seminar in the foreground and as a starting point. Improper breathing in athletes goes hand in hand with an incorrect understanding of the importance of training and increases the frequency and severity of injuries. In contrast, systematically training our breathing allows long-term improvement and successfully fixes problems not solved by other breathing methods (yoga, Pilates, Wim Hof, Buteyko, and Oxygen Advantage). The seminar covers the theoretical part: understanding the breathing and its influence on body and mind processes, and the role of breathing on the formation and control over biological energy; practical learning of AEQ breathing exercises and breathing protocols for control, awareness, and calming of airflow and normalization of inhaled air and gas exchange in the respiratory system; we will address the misconceptions and misunderstandings prevalent in healthcare, sports, and many other industries where they teach that strengthening and stretching muscles is the path to healthy breathing.