Basic rules

Before the first training session

Basic Exercises

Exercises for beginners to familiarise with Galileo Training. All the following exercises are performed at a frequency of 16 to 18 Hz and a foot position between 1 and 2.

B1 Squat

Upright upper body.
Arms are hanging relaxed.
Squat -
Heels stay down!

Duration: 4 seconds downwards - 4 seconds upwards.

Note: Pay attention to the leg axis!

B2 Trunk bends and stretches

Bending: Arms hang relaxed. Push shoulders forward, slowly curl up.

Duration: Remain in end position for 10 seconds, then slowly return.

Stretch: Brace arms for support Slowly stretch the upper body backwards.

Duration: Remain in end position for 10 seconds, then slowly return.

B3 Side tilt

Stretch outer arm upwards.
Slowly tilt to the side.
Take your arm and head with you and look straight ahead.

Duration: Stay and stretch for 4 seconds. Slowly return to the starting position.

Change sides, repeat exercise.

B4 Rotation

The pelvis always remains facing forward.
Rotate shoulders and head to the maximum.

Duration: Remain in end position for 4 seconds Approx. 8 seconds from side to side.

B5 Pelvic raising and tilting

Hands grasp the pelvis for guidance. Keep the upper body upright. Knees only slightly bent.
Slowly tilt the pelvis back and forth. Pubic bone towards the navel and back.

Duration: Remain in end position for 10 seconds

B6 Round and hollow back

Place arms relaxed, assume hunched back position.

Duration: Hold for 10 seconds. Slowly back.

Assume the hollow back position, curl the head.

Duration: Hold for 10 seconds. Slowly back.

Galileo® Exercise Videos

A list of exmaple exercises including Video sand detialed explanations abou the training proceudrs you can find here: Galileo® Exercise Videos >

After the training

Our advice for an effective regeneration phase

An effective cool-down after training not only reduces negative effects of exhaustion, such as muscle soreness, but can also improve the training effects themselves. Because of such a wide range of applications, this can be achieved with Galileo.

The aim is to loosen and stretch the previously exerted muscles. Optimal for this are suitable exercises at 15-18 Hz. Alternatively, you can also use passive relaxation exercises at 7-10 Hz on Galileo.

By the way, you can find suitable exercises in the Galileo Training App in the Cool-Down and Stretch or Relax sections.

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