What is healthy? It depends on the individual.
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
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
Whatever you are able to do is cumulative to the whole process. Enjoy the process . . . .
The health of the body is integral to executing our day to day activities. Yet, the health of the body is (so often) overlooked. Modern lifestyles (have been) shown to facilitate (one’s) physical deterioration. By the age of 70 men can possibly have lost up 50% of their free testosterone; this can begin as early … Continue reading Blending of Female and Male Energies / A Healthly Body
What is in a walk? How can this simple, accessible activity be beneficial? What level of frequency must one employ to distill from it any benefit? Many feel that getting ‘quality’ exercise involves going to a gym or some type of facility for engaging in the body in maximum exertion. This is not always the … Continue reading Exercise: As easy as a walk in the park
Workouts are typically done in 2 dimensional space. The motions of flexing the elbows or knees (Arm or leg curls), flexing the knees, hips while extending the back (squats) are examples of sagitbtal plane / transverse axis movement. Lateral shoulder raises and leg abduction / adduction motion are performed in the frontal plane / … Continue reading Fitness with Bars