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Athletes build muscle mass to optimize their performance. This is often very one-sided and involves fewer muscles, which is not always in line with natural movement sequences. The consequences are muscular imbalances and a lack of intermuscular coordination. If the muscle mass that has been built up does not work functionally, the excess body weight is initially an additional burden on the joints, especially the muscles of the feet and legs. Athletes who train their coordination skills at the same time achieve better overall performance over the long term and can even preventively reduce their frequency of injuries.

We therefore recommend: muscle class comes before muscle mass.

Through targeted training with our exercise equipment, we create functional muscles that automatically contribute to the protection of the joints, tendons and ligaments and effectively and efficiently fulfill their tasks of increasing performance, also in terms of their speed. Our products and training methods are in demand and have become indispensable in competitive sports and rehabilitation.

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