Thanks a lot!
No regeneration, no output
Mr. Mühlbauer, why is regeneration so important?
The widespread notion that performance is important and regeneration is best achieved with a drink at the bar or during our ever-shorter sleep periods is mistaken. It’s time to abandon these antibiotic attitudes, which are hostile to both life and performance, and to replace them with understanding.
What kind of understanding?
Regeneration means regaining used energy – on all accessible levels of the organism. It has nothing to do with laziness or just passing the time.
Don’t people by nature seek quiet and recreation?
That sounds logical.
See? For a driver, the idea that a car could run forever without a refill is absurd.
What does that mean, in terms of life?
It sounds like regeneration is more important than anything else.
Don’t get me wrong: regeneration doesn’t replace training, and it doesn’t replace work. But it’s our second half, and if the second half is missing it’s only a question of time before your creative power is reduced and illnesses increase. The human organism reacts to this interaction of forces very sensitively. That’s why it’s so important to restore the balance.How can you make people aware that they have to assure a better balance?
How can you make people aware that they have to assure a better balance?
You tell me!
Because hardly anybody would make the mistake of saying, “Okay, I like breathing in but I don’t like breathing out.” Breathing is perfectly balanced, and that shows that we’re dependent on the balance of opposites.
So how do I get back into balance?
If regeneration means balance, what deficits do we have, for example, in the locomotor system?
And what about metabolism?
The important thing here is primarily the acid-alkaline balance. Collectively dominant over-acidification is a straight road to gout and rheumatism. It upsets our ability to concentrate and our mental presence. Regeneration of metabolism means a conscious move toward alkaline excess, in order to correct the imbalance.