BIESTMILCH is improving the well-being.
It teaches us to listen to the signs our body and mind send out to us.
To have a good body perception is one of the most important properties one needs to remain well and fit. Nowadays our world is overcrowded by technical devices that want to tell us what and how to do things and by guidebooks where mostly self-appointed experts express there opinions.
But in the end we are left to our own devices it comes to discovering our optimal body feeling. If found it makes us perform better, it makes us look better, and it gives us independence and self-confidence as an individual.
Ronnie Schildknecht, 7 times winner of IRONMAN Switzerland, Rachel Joyce, 2nd at the IRONMAN World Championship Hawaii, 2013, and Sebastian Kienle, 2 times 70.3 IRONMAN World Champion, write about how they assess their fitness. How they find out whether they are overreaching.
This article asks why it can be so incredibly hard to deal with changes. Here the bike is used as an example for what it means to form an entity with a device and what happens, if you adjust small things at your bike. The irritations can be huge and to get back to a new balance can take time.
The text muses about what it takes to achieve the perfection of oneness between the man and the machine.
We do admire and love watching surfers or figure skaters etc. If they know their job, then their movements are pure beauty, harmony and balance. They form a oneness with their devices.
says Yvonne van Vlerken. She is a professional triathlete with very fine sensors for her body.
She swears on BIESTMILCH, the essential food for her athletic build-up and her race nutrition.
"The listening to your body is something that most people know about, heard about, but are not practicing it in daily life! Most of us have lost the ability to real listen to our gut feeling, the little voice inside, the real body perception concerning the needs of our body.
Body perception is whole body feeling.