the original training method developed by
the PCY, Ltd. and Japan Stabilization Society.
With this exercise，you can simultaneously
stimulate large and small muscles which
control and stabilize your joint movements.
No special equipment is required. And there
is no age limit. You can enjoy "Stabilization"
What is Stabilization?
Stabilization exercise is the training
method that targets agonistic, synergistic,
antagonistic, and auxiliary muscle groups
(stabilizers) rather than simply training
agonistic muscles alone. Isometric exercises
performed with a constant awareness of alignment
during movement can enhance body-axis stability.
to improve balance, recovery, and postural
reflexes can increase the stability of the
trunk (core) and limbs, although Stabilization
is not a training method that particularly
focuses on trunk and balance training. Trunk
and balance training is part of the Stabilization
training method. Trunk muscles are strengthened
and balance increases with Stabilization
exercise. In addition, strengthening the
trunk alone will not result in increased
body stability or improved performance.
Increased body stability and high-performance
abilities are attained by strengthening
the performing limbs connected to the trunk
and the joints at which they connect.
because Stabilization exercise is a method
for strengthening and stabilizing the main
axis of the body (agonistic, synergistic,
and antagonistic muscles) as well as the
support axis (synergistic, antagonistic,
and auxiliary muscle groups), inconsistency
is unlikely to occur during performance.
As a result, Stabilization as a training
method facilitating high performance has
exercise is an advanced training method
when performed in earnest.
exercise not only trains those muscle groups
known as ″prime movers″ but by also stimulating
complementing and stabilizing muscle groups
with an awareness of having proper muscle
alignment it gives greater lumbar strength
and also results in isometric exercise in
most motions. It helps improve balance，injury
recovery and posture and increases stability
in the body's core and limbs.