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Mobile Phone Application 

Introduction: This document is a description of inputs and outputs for a mobile phone application that allows users to optimize mental health recovery by un-twisting their body.

 

Input:

1. Pictures of users posture standing at rest forward and back.

2. Pictures of  bone structure and spine reaching up and out in opposite directions.

 

Algorithm: Calculates where density in the body is located by comparing the difference between the shape the body makes when it reaches and how the body or spine stands at rest. The body comes at rest by falling into density so looking at how the body moves from one opposite (reach) to the other opposite (rest) shows us which muscles compress and which muscles collapse.    

 

Output #1: Would be a list of exercises for the opposite muscle group from where density is located in the body.  This calculation is the location of collapsed muscle or weakness in the body and would be a list of concentric exercises. Weak muscles are a shriveling stretch. We must contract these muscles in order to pump them back to life. Push ups, pull ups, squats, shoulder press, bicep curls, triceps extensions, dips, etc etc.. (varies depending upon age, strength and sanity)

Output #2: The opposite of the first output is the second output. This is the original calculation.

The second output is the location of muscle density. Muscle density is opposite fear in our psychology. It’s a very tender place full of stressed and compacted muscle that has been integrated into our point of view of the world. Output #2 would be a separate sheet of exercises that are eccentric. Eccentric exercises strengthen muscle by pulling apart. Because this has to be done gently these exercises are body movement exercises similar to what you’d discover at a tai chi class. Arm circles, trunk rotations, warrior reaches, knee circles, foot shakes, hangs. Full body wiggles etc etc. (varies depending upon age, strength and sanity)

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