Knee and ankle
Knees and anklesA smooth mobility of the joints goes unnoticed. They function as a shock absorber with natural lubricant. The need is great only when there is pain: battered cartilage, stunted muscles, torn ligaments and tendons should always remain active and strengthened.
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Active training is extremely important to stabilize the knee and ankle. Hence, leg axis training is included into the TRINICUM training plan. The main aim is to balance the leg axis and thus prevent one-sided and early wear and tear of the joints. The next step, after creating awareness for this area, is to carry out these following exercises: squats, deadlifts, one leg stands and calf lifts. Also training with sensorimotor training can be rewarding. The body perceives impulses from the environment and processes them via the central nervous system. Therefore, exercise balls, wobble boards or slings are integrated more and more into training routines. In the later phase of the training, jumps and light jogging are included in the routines.