The deterioration of any of these qualities (leg strength, core strength, balance) can have serious impact on quality of life in later years.
It is through mindfulness that stillness can be attained.
By taking time to become immersed in ‘self’, one can develop clarity of insight and see truly ‘within’.
Our breathing often glosses over the fullness of each inhalation and each exhalation. We often allow the uniqueness of each day to pass us by without our ever noticing. Yet, there is a completeness in each breath, in each passing day, that must be indulged to be utilized for our benefit. The act of bringing … Continue reading Our Daily Breath . . . . . .
What becomes important is to make optimal posture a ‘conscious act’.
A respite can be very rejuvenating towards one’s efforts. Use it as such and press forward.
It behooves one to take two to five minutes from each hour to do something physical on a personal level.
I find that kata practice is very good for coordination, control, concentration
Without engaging in basic movement, the body will degenerate and become non-functional.
Whatever you are able to do is cumulative to the whole process. Enjoy the process . . . .