When you move with good form, your body works together as a unit rather than as a collection of parts. This is often indicated by the ability to pause with control at any point during the action. Rather than moving with momentum, you move with control. Achieving perfection in sport is an endeavour dating back to the Ancient Greeks, however, this mentality was first explored in manufacturing by the Bauhaus school as early as the 1900s in the Bauhaus school.

In Good Form we look to use the most simplistic symbols to create the perfect sporting form. A feature of many Bauhaus style designs is the use of circles, squares, and triangles to create alternate objects. Exercise and drills in sport have a recognised way of performing movements and Good Form ensures that the movement only uses the main muscles.