Seventy years ago it was thought the brain worked much like a computer. Science now knows the brain is a complex neurological organism that rewires itself as it learns and refines skills. The body used to be thought of as a 'machine' controlled by the mind, but now science shows all new information entering the brain is through the senses--what we see, hear, touch, taste, and smell. And every sense is activated by movement. Poorly organized movements can regress intelligence while more refined and complex movements increase intelligence. How well you move determines how well you function in all aspects of life.
Moving well is predicated on five essential elements that integrate gravity, physics, Newton's laws of motion, and the organization of the human skeleton. Babies naturally learn how to move using the five essentials but most adults have disconnected from them in varying degrees. Reconnect to the fundamentals underlying all movement and you will achieve your deepest potential to excel in any endeavor.