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broader thinking


   Why do people not see or feel their structural collapse?

1. Brains select the strongest muscles to do any job, so they by-pass weakening ones but don't tell you. All feelings and experiences are then, "normalized", and we don’t feel our collapse until it's too late when we feel pain. Movement restrictions and pain start to feel normal.


2. The best science gives us health, exercise and training knowledge. And science works by measurements that are too precise and microscopic to see something as broad and complex as whole-body structure. Structural research and knowledge is held back.


3. Structural knowledge is also not valued as exercise and training requires "hard work - strength - sweat", and so we value and look for muscle size not body structure, and don’t know what structural plumblines or perfect structures look like or how they make moving easy.



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