What is the SandX Protocol?
"He who would learn to fly one day must first learn to stand and walk and run and climb and run and dance..." (Friedrich Nietzsche)
All humans, beginning from the time of infancy, learn to move the exact same way. As infants, we develop our first true movement when we learn to stand up and take our first steps. As we grow, from childhood then youthhood then young adulthood, we develop many new movement skills. In adulthood, depending on our life choices, we use some or all the skills we have previously learned. As well, as adults we also can learn new skills (intentional or unintentional). In our senior years, we continue to move (and learn to move), albeit not as quickly and skillfully.
All human movement requires key components:
The SandX Protocol is based on the basic movement skills we all learn and use every day, and is the foundation of all SandX exercise and educational programs.