THE SCIENCE OF FORMLESS FLOW by Monya Gorelik, M.Sc. : HOW TO DEVELOP HARMONIOUS MOTION?

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

HOW TO DEVELOP HARMONIOUS MOTION?



This article is about the harmony between INBORN MOTOR SCHEME and ACQIRED MOTOR SCHEME.
The term Motor Scheme is about the representation and "intrinsic knowledge" of our movements in our Central Nervous System.
We all born with some inborn knowledge of movement and then we have to learn and to train motor skills during all our life.
Therefore there are Inborn General Motor Scheme (IGMS) and Acquired General Motor Scheme (AGMS).
These schemes are only general ones and can be changed according to different parameters in different situations.
There are different possibilities to classify movements.
The classification is needed for study, analyses, training and application.
In Movement Art and Martial Art the study and application of movement, including their classification, can be greatly supported by kinematic analyses, which includes mostly analyses of general trajectory form and combinations of accelerations and decelerations.
The general conclusion of my research is that in order to achieve the best quality of motion one has to achieve the harmony between Inborn and Acquired General Motor Schemes.
At this level Acquired General Motor Scheme (AGMS) becomes as close as possible to Inborn General Motor Scheme (IGMS) and we call it Natural General Motor Scheme (NGMS).
The human IGMS has very poor and restricted pool of parameters. Contrary to IGMS, proficiency in motion and development of different motor skills develops great and reach pool of parameters in AGMS or NGMS.
According to my research the Natural General Motor Scheme (NGMS) represents human Natural Motion, it's morphology and kinematics, as it was encoded in Taijitu and Fuxi Bagua and as it was shown in my previous articles.
When practitioner of any movement-based art or skill achieves NGMS his or her movements become extremely efficient, light, flowing and effortless, instantly changeable and very fast.

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