The importance of routine changing for exercise

Many people exercise. In that group, many exercise regularly. Yet, in that same group, how many recognize the importance for change in their routines?

A Case for Movement

It seems that in modern society, movement, exercise, is an auxiliary activity. In light of the typically mundane acts of sleeping, going to work, coming home, spending time with family, playing computer games, there is little to no time given to physical activity (movement, exercise)

Modern Yoga is . . . . . . .

The predisposal toward the physical practice of yoga posture (asana), though understandable as such, confines the practitioner to the ‘touch, sight, taste, smell, hearing’ driven aspect(s) of yoga.

Benefits of Crossing Over

The ability to stimulate cross hemisphere communication, in relation to motor function, can help to improve and sustain cognitive abilities.

Strengthening Sideways

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