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Importance of order, rules, precision and the form of movement for sports results and sports injuries


The importance of order, rules, form and control of respect for order, when we want to reduce inefficiency, can be better understood by comparing two very similar sports, long-distance running and speed walking, which differ in how methodically one needs to reach the goal.

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Importance of order, rules, precision and the form of movement for sports results and sports injuries

, 25.10.2019

The importance of order, rules, form and control of respect for order, when we want to reduce inefficiency, can be better understood by comparing two very similar sports, long-distance running and speed walking, which differ in how methodically one needs to reach the goal. Read more

Blaža Klemenčič - AEQ Clinical Somatics and Sport


Aleš Ernst contacted me just as I was dealing with my knee injury and he offered to help me. It is how I've learned about the clinical somatics. The initial intention was to eliminate knee pain with exercises, but now, after a year, I can tell you that the CS has given me much more.

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Blaža Klemenčič - AEQ Clinical Somatics and Sport

, 21.02.2018

Aleš Ernst contacted me just as I was dealing with my knee injury and he offered to help me. It is how I've learned about the clinical somatics. The initial intention was to eliminate knee pain with exercises, but now, after a year, I can tell you that the CS has given me much more. Read more

Joggers Heel


Jogger’s heel (plantar fasciitis) is one of the most common ailments of runners. It involves stabbing pain in the bottom and interior side of the heel that can spread along the arch of the foot towards the toes. It occurs due to the injuries of plantar fascia, which is the thick connective tissue that supports the arch on the bottom (plantar side) of the foot. It runs from the heel bone (calcaneus) forward to the bones between each toe.

The cause of inflammation are frequent walking, running or standing on hard surface, different sports (volleyball, handball, football, ahtletics), shortened tibialis muscle, tight Achilles tendon and flat feet. The issues develop gradually, usually in only one foot. The pain is often most severe with the first steps of the day and is worsened during running and longer walks or standing. The injuries of plantar fascia can lead to the inflammation of neighbouring tissues and gradually develop into jogger’s foot or calcifications of the calcaneus. If these injuries are not properly treated, they can develop into chronic pain. Due to the changed mechanics of walking, we feel pain not only in our feet but also in our knees, hips and spine.

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Joggers Heel

, 21.02.2018

Jogger’s heel (plantar fasciitis) is one of the most common ailments of runners. It involves stabbing pain in the bottom and interior side of the heel that can spread along the arch of the foot towards the toes. It occurs due to the injuries of plantar fascia, which is the thick connective tissue that supports the arch on the bottom (plantar side) of the foot. It runs from the heel bone (calcaneus) forward to the bones between each toe.

The cause of inflammation are frequent walking, running or standing on hard surface, different sports (volleyball, handball, football, ahtletics), shortened tibialis muscle, tight Achilles tendon and flat feet. The issues develop gradually, usually in only one foot. The pain is often most severe with the first steps of the day and is worsened during running and longer walks or standing. The injuries of plantar fascia can lead to the inflammation of neighbouring tissues and gradually develop into jogger’s foot or calcifications of the calcaneus. If these injuries are not properly treated, they can develop into chronic pain. Due to the changed mechanics of walking, we feel pain not only in our feet but also in our knees, hips and spine. Read more

Stretching and Pandiculation


The central nervous system controls how the muscles work. When we move, our brain constantly receives feedback about our environment. This inflow of information allows us to move our body in the most efficient way possible. By repeating and consciously correcting any wrong movements, our movement becomes better and increasingly correct.

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Stretching and Pandiculation

June 9th, 2015, 21.02.2017

The central nervous system controls how the muscles work. When we move, our brain constantly receives feedback about our environment. This inflow of information allows us to move our body in the most efficient way possible. By repeating and consciously correcting any wrong movements, our movement becomes better and increasingly correct. Read more

My car moves better than me


When reading test results of a new BMW i8 that was just launched to the market, I noticed an obvious and worrying trend. The automotive technology progressed whereas people’s efficiency of movement and their self-awareness decreased.

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My car moves better than me

January 30, 2015, 20.02.2017

When reading test results of a new BMW i8 that was just launched to the market, I noticed an obvious and worrying trend. The automotive technology progressed whereas people’s efficiency of movement and their self-awareness decreased. Read more

How to Regain and Maintain Top Form


Why do we fail to maintain top form? As we perfect the abilities of our body, they become more automated, which in turn means that we have less conscious control over them. Less conscious control over our movements also means less awareness and control over our muscles and body proprioception.

How to Regain and Maintain Top Form

February 5, 2015, 19.02.2017

Why do we fail to maintain top form? As we perfect the abilities of our body, they become more automated, which in turn means that we have less conscious control over them. Less conscious control over our movements also means less awareness and control over our muscles and body proprioception.

AEQ Method and Long Distance Running


Every marathon runner should master the awareness of their body. This means that they should constantly observe and learn to detect changes which happen during movement. This way, it would be easier to determine the cause of injury, or even prevent it, which would in turn lead to better results. We consciously examine our posture as well as the way we sit, walk and run.

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AEQ Method and Long Distance Running

September 18, 2014, 17.02.2017

Every marathon runner should master the awareness of their body. This means that they should constantly observe and learn to detect changes which happen during movement. This way, it would be easier to determine the cause of injury, or even prevent it, which would in turn lead to better results. We consciously examine our posture as well as the way we sit, walk and run. Read more

AEQ Method and Hi level cardio sport


With conscious approach and control of the movement, just like with somatic exercises, we change the way muscles change the level of tension and educate ourselves to remove unhelpful contractile patterns. The goal is to achieve balanced and uniform muscle contractions needed for efficient movement...

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AEQ Method and Hi level cardio sport

May 13, 2014, 15.02.2017

With conscious approach and control of the movement, just like with somatic exercises, we change the way muscles change the level of tension and educate ourselves to remove unhelpful contractile patterns. The goal is to achieve balanced and uniform muscle contractions needed for efficient movement... Read more

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