MOVEMENT
&
WELL-BEING

A word from the Sports Service of the University and Federal Polytechnical Institute of Lausanne

  • Our way of life should involve movement which is intricately  associated with the idea of "well-being". However, non-movement activities entrap us with all the bad consequences for our health.
  • The use of this exercise program in our daily life represents without a doubt an improvement in our quality of life. The alternation of contractions and stretches of the muscle chains insures an essential balance for the proper function of our bodies.

The greatest danger for our health, according to Dr. Cooper, isn't in our environment but in our reactions.