WHAT DOES ›HEIA‹ STAND FOR?

EVERY BODY IS DIFFERENT. However, it makes scientific sense to define different body shapes for the appropriate spring suspension. Depending on weight and physique, a differentiation is made between four types H, E, I and A (HEIA).

The classification according to HEIA is based on the appearance of the letters describing the different body shapes. The H-type therefore looks like a strong H, the E-type a uniform E, the I-type the rather slender I and the A-type the downwardly widening A.

 

 

THE H-TYPE

USUALLY HEAVIER OR BIGGER, MORE OF AN ANGULAR SHAPE

  • Big or heavy stature
  • Weight more on shoulders,
  • chest and stomach
  • More belly than bottom
  • and legs

THE E-TYPE

THE SPORTY TYPE, REGULAR BODY SHAPE

  • Normal to slim stature
  • Weight distributed evenly
  • Shoulder, stomach and
  • pelvis similarly pronounced

 

THE I-TYPE

SMALL OR LIGHTWEIGHT INDIVIDUALS

  • Small to medium-sized
  • Rather lightweight or slim
  • Hips and shoulders
  • equally slim
  • Bottom and stomach not
  • pronounced

THE A-TYPE

CURVIER BODY FORM

  • Often female
  • Narrow shoulders
  • More pronounced hips
  • Bottom and thighs rather
  • more substantial