The body is a unique, complex and imperfect machine. Like all machines it needs a mechanism to move, ours is the foot. The foot, in load, undergoes rotations that are transmitted to the other joints. Our joints work off the axis and wear out, or rather, wear out the cartilage that is the element that protects them, causing progressive and permanent damage. The AEQUOS system, through inclined planes, does not allow the foot to rotate under load, keeping in axis the movement between the joints. The result is to avoid as long as possible the wear of cartilage, the most precious element for our joints.
The body is naturally unstable, too little surface support to have a good balance. As a result of this instability, our brain, which controls all of our functions, in order to keep us standing commands our muscles more, too much work, in order to maintain a better balance. The consequence of this effort is also a greater muscular contracture, especially at the level of neck and back muscles in the lumbar tract. The result is neck and back problems, combined with a lot of effort. The AEQUOS system increases the surface of the foot, improves the quality of balance and frees the brain from the need to contract the muscles.