Search results

  1. Leigh Blyth

    Base-Line Theory of Human Health and Movement: The Five Main Muscles of Movement and Conscious Propr

    Thank you @dvcochran My body was rigid. Very little movement in my upper body, my whole body twisted to look over my shoulder (and it was only one shoulder I could look over!). My arms felt like the dinosaur in Toy Story, now my arms spread wide ( With Base-Line support in place...
  2. Leigh Blyth

    the sensory experience of Qi.

    Can you describe the sensation/feeling? Visuals?
  3. Leigh Blyth

    the sensory experience of Qi.

    A. I think the problem with drunks and learner drivers is that they don't have conscious proprioception. Toddlers have their natural abilities before too much life gets in the way. B. I get the thinking that subconscious is better, yes it we could function perfectly on auto-pilot that...
  4. Leigh Blyth

    Using Nails in a Fight, Effective of Ineffective?

    Not sure when a quick flick of the eyes became a stare! Having been in the position thinking this guy's gonna f-ing kill me, standing my ground and sending the subconscious message that if he touched me I was gonna castrate him seemed to work. Never want to be in that situation again though.
  5. Leigh Blyth

    the sensory experience of Qi.

    Not to explain proprioception - to explain the conscious awareness of the the sensory feedback that is part of proprioception. Conscious proprioception. "The ability to sense the position of your body in space and being aware of where you should be able to move." Conscious proprioception An...
  6. Leigh Blyth

    Using Nails in a Fight, Effective of Ineffective?

    My nails aren't great!
  7. Leigh Blyth

    Using Nails in a Fight, Effective of Ineffective?

    Straight for the balls! A true woman's way of fighting. It's amazing what a quick flick of the eyes to the groin region can do (in the couple of occasions it's almost come to a fight).
  8. Leigh Blyth

    the sensory experience of Qi.

    @Buka nice illustration of proprioception. As I've become consciously aware of the relative positions of the main muscles of movement (pelvic floor, rectus abdominis, gluteus maximus, rectus femoris, trapezius) I can see/sense/visualise my body in my mind. The sparkles, the lights, the...
  9. Leigh Blyth

    Base-Line Theory of Human Health and Movement: The Five Main Muscles of Movement and Conscious Propr

    thanks for the welcome @donald1. @jobo the phrase 'underlying method' has got me thinking/a bit puzzled .... I don't know if it's a method, what I'm saying it just think about these 5 muscles and what condition they are in - Are they being used to their full potential? Is your body...
  10. Leigh Blyth

    the sensory experience of Qi.

    Conscious proprioception - What I believe to be the sensory experience of Qi ..... Conscious proprioception: "The ability to sense the position of your body in space and being aware of where you should be able to move." Becoming aware of the sensory feedback from the 5 main muscles of...
  11. Leigh Blyth

    Base-Line Theory of Human Health and Movement: The Five Main Muscles of Movement and Conscious Propr

    Hi, thanks Buka and Gweilo for the welcome. I'd say the exercises you suggest Gweilo are what should be achievable - good for people who already use their main muscles, but there's no way I'd have managed any when I started! Thanks for the tip about pushups on a fist - I struggle with...
  12. Leigh Blyth

    Base-Line Theory of Human Health and Movement: The Five Main Muscles of Movement and Conscious Propr

    I'm not recommending any exercises - look at the anatomy, find the 5 main muscles on your body. Think about using them, whatever you are doing. It's about building a conscious connection. The roll-down was, and still is, my go-to move, focusing on my Base-Line supporting the...
  13. Leigh Blyth

    Base-Line Theory of Human Health and Movement: The Five Main Muscles of Movement and Conscious Propr

    Base-Line Theory of Human Health and Movement: The Five Main Muscles of Movement and Conscious Proprioception. The 5 main muscles of movement are: pelvic floor Base (actually a group of muscles) rectus abdominis Line gluteus maximus rectus femoris trapezius When properly functioning, the...
Top