Training Based on Neuroscience
Everything you have ever felt or done in your life was due to brain function. At the most basic level, the intricate firing rates and patterns of your brain both determine who you have been and, more importantly, who you will become. At the most basic level, all human change represents changes in that individual’s nervous system. All that we are is brain-derived.
Vision is a skill that lives in the brain, not just in the eyes. It's way more complicated than just having 20/20 vision. Many issues with chronic pain can be traced to the eyes, and great sports performance requires a high degree of visual integration.
The Vestibular System is a like motion sensor in your inner ear. It helps your muscles, eyes and spine to coordinate movement. If it doesn't function well, you will often have pain and movement problems
Jammed joints create pain and weak muscles. Most movement training systems are too general or too complex to teach you how to mobilize the specific areas that are locked up.
Your Brain is in charge of everything that happens in your body. While anatomy, physiology and kinesiology are all important, the typical application of these sciences often neglects the CONTROLLER of movement—the human nervous system! With this missing piece in mind, Z-Health offers a precise, brain-based rehabilitation and high-performance training system, specifically designed to bridge the gap between the current biomechanical model and emerging neuroscience.
Precise Strength training
Weak muscles aren't easy to activate. Re-engaging those muscles may require precise cues and sensory feedback to help you learn how to activate them.
You take 23,000 breaths per day, and oxygen is a main fuel supply for your brain. Breathing inefficiencies will affect multiple systems, and training programs tend to work better when you breathe better.
There is a science to habit change. We develop practical, personalized strategies to help you fit your training into your busy life, and build productive habits that lead to success.
The nervous system is the master control system of the body, and it only does three things (just in incredibly complex ways):
Takes in information from the sensory systems (input)
Interprets the information and decides what to do with it
Creates motor and cognitive outputs based on the available information