Single Leg Training can be utilized to support full bilateral functionality
What is healthy? It depends on the individual.
The Holidays have rolled around once more. The pandemic is putting a damper on many of the usual activities are upon us, but one item remains constant. There will be plenty of foods and snack items that will be circulating amongst us all. The urge to eat these foodstuffs must be tempered with awareness and … Continue reading Fa-La-La-La-La . . . . Holidays are here
From my point of view, backbends are an extremely important aspect of asana. The muscles that are targeted in back-bends are the very muscles that keep the body upright and in alignment with respect to the influence of gravity.
Bicycling as a form of exercise, can be adjusted to an individual’s comfort and ability level.
Lateral stabilization (LS - stability in the side body) is mandatory for athletic endeavors and for day to day activities. In general, many exercise programs address strength and fitness in the anterior (front) and posterior (back) parts of the body. Aesthetics trumps function in this case. However, focusing on the superficial musculature does not support … Continue reading Strengthening Sideways
Establishing a personal yoga practice creates a deep synchronization between that actions performed and the individual performing them.
The muscular and nervous systems acquiesce to the sub-par positioning over time. As a result, the skeletal system reflexively mal-adapts to the muscular and nervous system conformity.
Modern conveniences are beneficial to society. Nonetheless, from the standpoint of physical wellness and wellbeing, the benefits that they provide can, and do, become an inurement.
The importance of circulation cannot be overstated.