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Basic Information of Exercise Science Systema Maksimtsov

Exercise of Maksimtsov's System is broken down for specific uses and purposes. A chain has three dements...two elements and a link to connect them. The human body has three parts: "Mental", "Physical", "Spiritual".

For the mind to process information there must be a body that lives to feed the mind the vital nutrients it needs. Similarly for one to be spiritual (and in some beliefs, to have a spirit and soul), one must first have a physical body. As such, the psychological and spiritual aspects of man are subordinate to the physical side of man. But, these are all intertwined. Without the mind, the body cannot function, or in a lesser sense, cannot make decisions and solve problems. In a non-religious sense, without a spirit, man would simply give up and not wish to solve complex problems or not have anything to believe in that would make life worth living.

With this in mind, if one section of the chain breaks, the entire chain is in jeopardy, and therefore the person is effected adversely. Since one must have a body to have a mind that can biochemically work, and encompass a spirit and sense of purpose, Maksimtsov  System puts great emphasis upon the physical state of the body in preparation for use of the System.

Our muscular system should be strong to perform tasks; the skeletal system in good structure and good health o assist the muscles in tasks; and, the respiratory and circulatory system in good shape to supply the body with the life giving nutrients and to perform tasks vital to survival.  Maksimtsov System therefore breaks down exercises to implement each of these functions and others, and also to create an efficient relationship of these functions. Calisthenics are performed to create strong muscles and structure, etc., while biomechanically efficient exercises are performed so that tasks are performed in a way that puts the least strain on the specific system of bioelements, yet also integrates them to work in an efficient manner.

Calisthenics - These are basic exercises perform to strengthen the body and build basic coordination in relation to the outside world. These exercises create strong muscles, flexibility in the body, a sound skeletal structure, and strengthen he lungs and organs to better perform vital functions for the body to live as an organism. Basic calisthenics are performed to also create a better sense of physical coordination in the organism's relationship and interaction with the outside world. Finally they are performed to enhance muscles strength, tensile (tendon, ligament) strength and basic ensile properties (hardness, elasticity, plasticity, etc), skeletal and joint range of motion, kinesiological soundness and awareness, enhanced lung capacity, stronger and more enduring heart functions, etc.

Biomechanically Efficient Exercises - These refined exercises and drills work to make the body operate as an integrated, whole unit. As such, the muscular system and skeletal system work in an enhanced manner to perform tasks efficient as a musculoskeletal system. The skeletal structure of the body works with the force output system of the body to perform tasks using natural biomechanical principles such as levers. The musculoskeletal system works in conjunction with the respiratory and circulatory system to insure proper force application and enhanced operation while performing work. These exercises are combinations of general calisthenics as well as enhanced forms of exercises designed for the specific purpose of integration of the body's numerous internal systems. The methodology of biomechanically efficient exercises draws heavily upon the CCIA method - Combination, Coordination, Integration, and Assimilation - as well as specific training methodologies that train the specific physical acts within the CCIA method.

Are basic calisthenics, in a sense, exercises of a biomechanical nature? Yes, of course. They make use of the biomechanical aspects of the human body's system as an organism. But are they biomechanically efficient exercises? No. Biomechanically efficient exercises make conscious use of the body's various systems in unison and in an integrated manner for the specific purpose of enhanced ability to perform work. Efficiency is defined by the relationship of input to output, or of effort to result. By combining the various systems of the human body in performing tasks, one is able to generate more efficient work, instead of exhausting one system to complete a task. As the old adage says, "Together we are what we can't be alone".