When you allow the concepts in these series of posts about balance training to flow through your motions, they could help your movements to be more efficient and more productive.
Physical aspects of the movement respond to your thought patterns. Using these thought patterns as template, help you focus your energy more effectively and transfer it more efficiently through body’s muscular system responsible for your motions.
Expanding your understanding of balance helps you understand that efficient and effective motions are built around balancing tension lines. You also recognize that physical pain, injury, and disease are associated with imbalances within the anatomical tension lines of the body.
In both exercise selection and execution of form, your appreciation for tension as a necessary part of for your movements increases.
Your focus shifts to improving the balance of your muscular tensions before working on the other ten components of physical fitness.
You would begin to recognize how injuries are connected to the way the exercises are performed and the imbalances during the static posture and dynamic movements before, during and after the exercise.