Jean Fallacara: A Scientist revolutionizing the Fitness Industry
The current pandemic and closure of gyms have left many unable to sustain consistency in their fitness journeys, especially those who relied too heavily on using gym equipment and weights for their workouts. With no limits on location and equipment, people can pursue fitness and even weight loss in their homes. Starting with basic push-ups, […]
The current pandemic and closure of gyms have left many unable to sustain consistency in their fitness journeys, especially those who relied too heavily on using gym equipment and weights for their workouts.
With no limits on location and equipment, people can pursue fitness and even weight loss in their homes.
Starting with basic push-ups, dips and squats and gradually making their way up to hanging-knee raises, pull-ups, and muscle-ups, it gives people more freedom and flexibility.
Further reduced risk of injury and faster recovery possibilities, calisthenics is also safer than other forms of exercise and strength training exercises. And with the addition of a coach or trainer that can provide them with a nutrition plan and workout regimen, sticking to workout routines becomes much easier.
What makes calisthenics even more opportune for fitness enthusiasts is its effectiveness with the addition of biohacking techniques from neuroscience. This concept idea dubbed Neuroscience Calisthenics explains how you can change your physique and reverse your epigenetic clock by actively changing your mindset and working on neuroplasticity.
You are essentially conditioning your brain to teach your body how to learn new exercises most effectively. There is sufficient scientific evidence in multiple fields that shows humans possess the capability to accomplish difficult goals by changing their mindset and removing barriers of resistance.
Since calisthenics focuses on your body’s functional movements, adding the layer of neural biohacking makes it even more effective for supporting your fitness goals.
Jean Fallacara, the brain and body behind CYBORGGAINZ, uses his expertise in Sciences and experience in calisthenics in his book, Neuroscience Calisthenics. He explains the power of biohacking and how we can empower our brain to optimize our body’s muscle performance and functions.
You learn how to have better control over your muscles, joints, and tendons, which is critical when you’re practicing calisthenics. Instead of resorting to extreme diets and intense exercise regimens that end up doing more damage, your mind and body sync up in a way that makes obtaining physical excellence easier and more approachable.
In the end, calisthenics has made its way from Ancient Greece to the 21st Century without losing its core principles of bodyweight strength training. This is proof of its effectiveness, longevity, and applicability regardless of time.
Furthermore, the pandemic has made it apparent that we are not as reliant on gyms and fitness centers as we are led to believe. While they do help many people remain fit, you are able to achieve positive tangible results working out at home as well.
About Jean Fallacara:
Jean was born in France to Italian parents. He constructed/created his future with a disruptive spirit and an imaginative mindset from an early age and used his intellectual nerd abilities to pursue a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry, a Master’s degree in Immunology and genetics, and an engineering degree in biotechnology. He studied Neuroscience and brain functionalities and Law and Finances.
with over 20 years of experience in the tech industry. He has been working as an experienced executive focused on technology products for the science business. Fallacara has founded and led many science-technology companies.
Jean Fallacara is the author of the famous book, named Neuroscience Calisthenics: Hijack your Body Clock. This book offers insights on how to concepts of neuroscience significantly optimize your
“Missed a day at the gym? Cheated on your diet one too many times? Or sat on your computer for extended periods of time? Every decision we make, consciously or subconsciously, shifts our biology towards cell aging” says Jean Fallacara