THE ATTAINMENT OF SUPERIOR PHYSICAL ABILITIES
AND THE NEW SCIENCE OF BODY MOTION
Covers: skills, sports, athletics, instrumental technique
By Noel Huntley
CHAPTER 1. Introduction
CHAPTER 2. Current Physiological Research in Physical Training
CHAPTER 3. Psychology in Physical Education
CHAPTER 4. Problems with Current Theory and Practice and the Brain/Mind Dispute
CHAPTER 5. Kinaesthesia and Information Capacity
CHAPTER 6 The Mechanics of Coordination
CHAPTER 7. The Learned and Unlearned Reaction Times
CHAPTER 8. Impact Skills
CHAPTER 9. What to Expect During Training
CHAPTER 10. Training
CHAPTER 11. Athletic Limits?
CHAPTER 12. Secrets of Instrumental
CHAPTER 13. Quantum Computer System
A. Action Concepts
B. The Learning Pattern
C. Mathematical Analysis of
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This revolutionary material not only gives the true scientific principles of body motion but presents new practice methods for skills, athletics, sports, instrumental technique, etc. The author after 30 years of research has discovered that physical mobility is due to two systems: 1) the muscular mechanism, and 2) an additional energy-field system around the joints (nature's computer system). Current physical education adequately handles (1) but does not readily develop the energy field, since a completely different form of exercise is required; encouraging the muscles to relax and bringing in the field system more. What kind of improvements are expected: decrease in effort; better coordination; increase in speed; less attention in maintaining tensions; increase in endurance, etc. The student will find that force (muscle strength) is not always the key to greater speed.
With an extensive educational background Dr. Huntley has, in particular, focussed on certain hidden aspects of physical education and skills, in general, and has evaluated the true scientific principles of physical mobility. He graduated with a Ph.D. in this new area of research. Also a graduate in physics from Leeds University and formerly employed at the Atomic Weapons Research Establishment, he later acquired a further doctorate externally in parapsychology, and has developed the foundations for a higher-dimensional physics that embraces life, mind, the universe, and the spirit. Currently he authors a website which addresses a wide variety of subjects: life, mind and the universe and the problems the planet is encountering at this time. www.nhbeyondduality.org.uk
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Readers and students of this new science of physical training will be surprised to find that the mechanism of physical mobility is far more sophisticated than their education has taught them. Current science assumes that physical movements of the body/limbs of humans and animals are entirely governed by the central nervous system (and autonomic nervous system), in which nerve impulses are sent to the muscles, causing contraction and subsequent motion of the body parts.
If this were the only mechanism present, the limbs would do little more than twitch; there would be no fine coordination, no control, and no ability to access the system (keep in control of the movements) while motion is occurring. The author, after 30 years of research has discovered that physical mobility (voluntary) is due to a dual system: 1) the central nervous system (CNS), and 2) an energy-field system. These two systems are synchronised perfectly. This energy-field system is a type of computer mechanism and is in fact nature's quantum computer system, an understanding of which is much sought within most scientific disciplines. We are normally only aware of sensing muscular activity, but if we, say, imagine moving the arm (no muscular activity), we will feel kinaesthetically the motion. This is the sensation of information within nature's computer system. (The neurophysiologist will tell you it is the physiological kinaesthetic sense around the muscles and joints, but in fact the latter accounts for only a tiny fraction of the overall sense.)
What must be recognised then is that there are two entirely different systems of training for these mechanisms of body motion: (1) The brain/body mechanism, and (2) the quantum computer system. Everyone is familiar with physical training, which comes under (1). There is adequate knowledge and methods available for this activity and we shall not encroach on this field except to present a summary covered in the chapters on physiology and psychology and, in particular, as they relate to the overall training. The other mechanism, nature's computer system, consists of an immense complex of energy fields within the body and limbs, which are, of course, invisible to the naked eye, and not detectable by existing scientific instruments, which can't handle higher-frequency scalar waves. This system requires a very different kind of training for development as we shall come to understand later in the book. (The reader who doesn't wish to study any theory can go straight to Chapter 10 and begin the training.)
INTRODUCTORY TEST (from CHAPTER 10 - TRAINING page 86)
If you have well-trained arm movements, as would have, for example, a good pianist, tennis player or boxer, try alternate contraction of the antagonistic muscles in the arm, for example, the biceps and triceps. Move the forearm relative to the upper arm in a rapid small oscillation. This will also operate the shoulder muscles as well. Set up an alternate motion about the joints (shoulder and elbow) such as in boxing, only in a repetitive manner and of shorter (smaller amplitude) movements; also the arm can hang down. (This same movement is described later in the main exercise section with a diagram). Now note the sensations:
(a) Is there little sense of relaxation and a fair amount of effort?
(b) Do the muscles feel stiff and do they ache after a short while?
(c) Is the amplitude of the movements very small at the maximum speed or rate of repetition?
(d) Is the rate of repetition less than the maximum for yourself (about 8 to 12 per second, depending on the individual)?
If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then there is plenty of scope for improvements (note that there always will be no matter what the standard).
Finger exercise (CHAPTER 10 page 96)
. . . . . . How many repetitions can you do in, say, 15 seconds? This relates to a documentary on television in which an athlete was tested in this way prior to a physical endurance programme, involving cold water to deliberately induce hypothermia, then tested again after the end of this debilitating experience.
We are only interested in the result the athlete achieved in his normal condition, that is, prior to the ordeal. The number of repetitions of the fingers, as a group (all the fingers together), up and down as in Figure 19(a) was less than 30 in 15 seconds.
The author of this book then tried it and did 120 in 15 seconds (as per the book but is now 150). Try it. Obviously a pianist is going to be better but this is not the point. We are stating that if one set of muscles can do this, others can be trained likewise. Imagine moving all the antagonistic pairs in the whole body as well as that. This is what can be achieved and more. 'Nature' has provided man with a phenomenal body (and energy) system, involving sciences dwarfing our current medical/physiological/physics knowledge.
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