Take your performance to the next level!
Take your performance to the next level!
What did Leonardo da Vinci, Robert Bosch, Gottlieb Daimler and Thomas Alva Edison have in common? What connects Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg and Jeff Bezos?
They all embody a special form of creativity, inventiveness, enthusiasm, optimism and idealism:
In many cases, far ahead of their time. And each highly successful in their own particular way.
Whether lone fighter or team player: performance wins!
Without visionary sportspeople, the world would not be what it is today. And without people like this, all the numerous inspiring ideas for the future would be unthinkable. The visionary embodies in one person skill, utopia, hope and new ways forward.
In these networks, information is channelled through a data network with a total length of 5.8 million kilometres (!) in various hierarchies, providing unfathomable potential for performance and productivity thanks to multiple cross-linking with up to 200,000 synaptic connections per nerve cell.
The integrated seat mechanism causes the small, ultra-fine movements of the user to be reflected, which are then transmitted back to the brain as continuous movement stimuli, where they create links in the network structure in the movement areas of the brain via various hierarchical data channels. These networks are activated automatically by the unique BIOSWING technology as you sit, making it possible to further increase the user’s performance.
Why should you be any less demanding when choosing your seat for the office than when selecting the chassis for your car? BIOSWING technology supports you automatically – while you focus on something else. So you can give 100% every day.
You can find further information on this technology here.
The more far-reaching your decisions are, the more important it is to be inspired. There are people whose vision is vital for future trends and who cannot afford to be lacking in concentration or energy.
While it is not possible to see neurons or a neuron network with the naked eye, the latest brain research findings have found that the synapses (contact points) in the nervous system can be increased.
How? By means of appropriate stimuli being processed by the neurons in our brain. More concentrated stimuli result in a neural network that is larger, and thus more stable.
The principle supply of energy to the system is performed by the cells’ internal mechanisms but also by the astrocytes that metabolise nutrient-rich glucose.
Here is an interesting video on the topic.
And here is an article that describes the basic principles of how the nerve cells communicate with one another.
Road, rail and air transport are based on networks, as are the global economy, the Internet and our social lives, with a multitude of hubs, clusters and paths.
Networks are an important organisation principle in the brain and are amazingly effective. They make it possible for complex patterns to be generated through the coordinated activity of the neurons. Researchers whose job is to find micro and macro networks are constantly shocked by the incredible complexity that they come across.
Here is an intriguing video on the topic.
The network made up of roughly 80–100 billion neurons can create up to 200,000 links per nerve cell. This results in a data superhighway that is an unfathomable 5.8 million kilometres in length. This represents a pathway that would wrap around the earth 145 times and inconceivable mental potential! Along this highway, data and information from millions of receptors race incessantly at speeds of up to 100 metres per second. Only roughly 40 bit/s reach our conscious minds, the remaining 11,000,000 bit/s are left to unconscious perception and processing.
The fascinating thing about our brain is that it gives us fluid intelligence and this can be trained throughout our whole life, just like our muscles. The foundation for the life of a genius is thus contained in each one of us.
Here is a very interesting article on the “fuelling stations of the nerve cells”.
Our sensomotor system – a complex control system made up of receptors, nerves, central nervous system and muscles.
Watch this video to learn how sitting on BIOSWING can stimulate this fascinating system.
The latest findings from brain research prove that our brain has far more potential than is normally used. It thus makes sense to fully exploit all our capacity to improve performance – particularly given that the “positive side effects” of this are stronger muscles, better nourishment of the spinal discs and improved concentration.