Injuries like falls, car accidents, sprain, strains, etc., and surgery can directly and immediately affect your flexibility. We will look at these in the future and their effects on walking, balancing, exercising, breathing, and flexibility.
There are some key elements we must include in our everyday life to maintain flexibility if we have had a history of injury or not.
Today, we will look more closely at our posture. From the time we were small, we may have heard, 'sit up...
You have heard it before - "work smarter, not harder".
If you look up the history of this quote, a version of it dates back as early as 1577 by British poet Nicholas Breton. It has also been rumored to be coined by Benjamin Franklin. However, in the fitness world, we have Jane Fonda apparently to thank for making this the theme of working out in the present day.
Well, Ms. Fonda, we have moved beyond leotards and tights, so we will move beyond thinking pain will cause us any optimal gain when it comes to working out and the health of our bodies.
Instead, let's borrow the phrase from Fred DeVito, "If it doesn't challenge you, it won't change you." Working out should challenge you but not to the point of pain.
For many of us, working smarter and not harder is...