What is fitness walking? Is there a specific ‘right way’ to do it? Is it beneficial? Can ‘anyone’ do it? Where can it be done? Bi-pedalism (walking) is a basic function that most people have the capacity to do. It is a basic way to maintain the health of the body. It is the capacity … Continue reading Fitness through walking
Bi-pedalism (walking) is universal to human existence, barring complications. The advent of modern society downplays minimizes the body’s need for movement. This is due to the many effort and time saving conveniences that are available. Many individuals forgo walking and the benefits that it can confer. Specifically, walking can bolster the body physiologically and walking … Continue reading Walking is good for the body . . . .
Lower Body Strength is critical for young and old alike.
Rushing to accomplish things takes away from activities that can enhance (our) quality of life. The daily ledger gets crammed with items deemed to be important. However, one’s own self fails to make the list of important things. Routines that can accommodate a limited time schedule can be accessed on line or through a knowledgeable … Continue reading Health on your time
Martial Arts Kata provides a framework for improving posture. Martial Arts Kata movements and postures can strengthen the back muscles and stabilize the core. The core supports stable positioning of the pelvis and relieves pressure in the lower spine. The back muscles attach to back of the pelvis. The attaching leverages the spine into good … Continue reading Good Posture: Kata for Standing Tall
Hip extension is an important biomechanical function performed by the body. Among many motions requiring hip extension, the most crucial to human activity is maintaining and upright posture. Nearly all to and fro movements of the body involve some degree of hip extension. This action is linked to many of the everyday requirement and athletic … Continue reading HIP EXTENSION – an accessory exercise