The idea for the Halmethod
The product of improving athletic performance
Hal Method is designed to train the vertical axis of the body
In order to enhance athletic performance, I have and continue to study the biomechanics of the body. How does one go about utilizing their body in the most efficient way? How do we achieve our goals by using our bodies in the most effective way? While carefully examining these questions, The Hal Method Theory was developed. Hal Method is continual and repetitive motion in a symmetrical manner to restore proper posture, tone the body and accustomed to smoother movements, all while assisting in creating a consciousness of the vertical axis. Initially, The Hal Method Theory was designed towards golf, but since then being applied to Professional Baseball, Sumo, Karate, Alpine Skiing and other top athletes and their training programs.
Posture is the representation of an individual’s Health.
The importance of posture.
Because we never use both sides of our bodies evenly, our posture become one-sided and vertical axis’ misaligned.
It is very easy and common for a persons’ back to become rounded without being conscious posture.
When a person relaxes, more often than not, their back becomes rounded.
Do you know how much a human head weighs?
The head roughly weighs one-tenth of your body weight.
The neck and the trapezius muscles between the shoulder blades support the weight of the head. Furthermore, the weight of the arms are also supported the same trapezius muscles.
Poorer posture will create greater the stress on these muscles. This stress is the cause of stiffness and pain in the neck and shoulders.
Symptoms of poor posture
- Neck Pain
- Lower back pain
- Poor circulation