Calibrating Movement App

Calibrating Movement App

The Calibrating Movement App is used to fine-tune the data involved with muscle memory to improve your posture as well as any specific types of motion.
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The session typically requires 60 minutes to perform.

The Calibrating Movement app focuses on two different states of your body.

The first is a resting state when you are holding still in a specific position. An example of a resting state would be lying down of a flat surface, sitting in a chair, standing up, or holding a static stretch such as a yoga pose.

The second is a motion state when your body is in motion, moving from one position to another. An example of establishing a motion state would be walking, chewing, tapping your foot, swinging your arms, bouncing a basketball, or turning your head side to side.

You can select either resting or a motion state when using the Calibrating Movement app.

You can use this app to:
  • improve posture and strengthen muscles while relieving stress and pressure in your body from holding one position for too long.

  • fine-tune the sequence of muscles involved with any motion involved in any activity. The motion state can be used to enhance physiotherapy for rehabilitation due to injuries.

  • enhance movement and accelerate your learning speed for any physical type of exercise such as sports, martial arts, dance, gymnastics, bodybuilding, yoga, etc.

  • help with muscle strain from repetitive movements required from work, such as a cashier using their wrist movement to scan items all day.

App Overview

Sequence of commands

This is the full Calibrating Movement App sequence. You can scroll down to access the videos in this sequence.

Remove Previous Muscle Memory Programming

Understanding the Sequence

Read below to understand each part of the sequence in depth and how it all works together.

Set Your Intention

Set your intention by establishing either a resting position or motion. Notice the tension in your body while in this resting position or motion.

If it’s a resting position, hold the position without moving for roughly five minutes as you scan through the different pressures and tensions in your body.

If it’s a motion, continue repeating the motion for several minutes, noticing the different pressures and tensions throughout your body or located in the region of your body that the motion focuses on.

Being uncomfortable while setting your intention is ok because it helps to load up more information as well as identify the different pressure and tension.

However, you don’t want it to be painful. If it becomes painful, then adjust your position, slow down your motion or reduce the range of your motion.

You can always do the Calibrating Movement app multiple times if needed, so there is no need to push yourself too hard.

Setting your intention this way loads up the necessary information into your working memory so you can calibrate it.

Once you’ve set your intention, do the “Contain This” command to lock in the information related to your position or motion.

Do the Contract and Expand Commands 2x

This part of the app calibrates your muscles for the position or motion.

Do both the contract and expand commands. Start with a contract, then do expand, then repeat them both.

The Contract command will instruct your body to tighten a muscle group or filament, releasing pressure from another muscle group or filament that is being overworked.

The Expand command will instruct your body to relax the muscle group or filament that was overworked.

Remove previous muscle memory programming

The Dissect command is used to remove previous lower-quality muscle memory data. Additional Dissect commands may need to be done after completing the app, please read the Tips to learn more.

The Delete command is used to remove data that is no longer relevant to your newly calibrated motion.

Complete the Process

The Energize this command energizes this memory network, enabling the new calibration to occur naturally.

Complete the process with an Integrate this command to establish hierarchy within the memory network.

Tips

After you have completed the calibrating movement app, you might still feel weird doing the movement because of previous muscle memory. If this is the case, you can use the Dissect this” command to remove this. You may have to do several Dissect commands for your new movement to feel natural and normal by removing the lower-quality information for motion.
Once you calibrate one area of your body, you might feel another area connected to it, feeling a bit out of whack. This is common since the muscular system throughout your body is interconnected. You can do another round of the calibrating movement app to optimize this new area as well.
You can do this app multiple times in a day as long as you are focusing on different positions or different movements.
Due to the length of time (24 hours) for the full integration, it is not recommended to use this app more than once a day for the same position or same movement.

Calibrating Movement Sequence

Set Intention

Set your intention for the movement you want to calibrate
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Set your intention by establishing either a resting position or motion. Notice the tension in your body while in this resting position or motion.

If it’s a resting position, hold the position without moving for roughly five minutes as you scan through the different pressures and tensions in your body.

If it’s a motion, continue repeating the motion for several minutes, noticing the different pressures and tensions throughout your body or located in the region of your body that the motion focuses on.

Contain this

Out N, NN, NM, MM, MN, NN
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Contract this

Out N, NN, NM, MM, MN, NN
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Expand this

Out M, MM, MN, NN, NM, MM
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Contract this

Out N, NN, NM, MM, MN, NN
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Expand this

Out M, MM, MN, NN, NM, MM
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Dissect this

Out N, NN, MN, MM, NM, NN
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Delete this

Out N, NN, MN, MM, NM, NN
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Energize this

Out M, MM, MN, NN, NM, MM
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Integrate this

In M, MM, MN, NN, NM, MM
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