Research shows that inefficient breathing and respiratory muscle weakness can lead to a low tolerance of exercise. Correct breathing techniques can
help improve performance, delay the perception of fatigue and shorten recovery time.
Exercise is proven to reduce the symptoms of depression. When working with a client with a mental health condition trainers need to be gentle and
supportive, providing a mix of technical and motivational feedback.
Recent research indicates that for every 7-8 hours of sitting, we need at least one hour of exercise to reverse the negative effects of our office lifestyle.
So try to increase your incidental exercise and aim to have training allotted days to make sure you stick to your exercise regime.
Gluteus maximus and gluteus medius are very important muscle groups that often tend to be neglected when it comes to training. Results can lead to bad posture, back pain, weak core as well as difficulties in performing a number of exercises such as lunges. Please find enclosed couple of simple exercises that can help you to strengthen and activate your gluteus muscle groups.
Side legs rise
Lay on your left side making sure that you have hip on hip and leg on top of leg
Check that you lying in a straight line by making sure that when you are looking down towards your feet you can only see your toes
Slowly lift the top leg up approximately 50 cm, while keeping your leg straight
Slowly lift the opposite leg to meet your right leg, and then slowly bring them together down
Make sure that you maintain your hip alignment and that your hips do not roll
If you are struggling to maintain your balance place one hand down on the ground for more control
Lying Pilates Bridge
Lie flat on your back on a mat with your knees bent pointing up to the ceiling and your arms at your sides.
Simply raise your pelvis up toward the ceiling to a point where your body will be at a about a 45 degree angle relative to the floor.
At the top of the movement, be sure to really flex your butt for a one-count.
Return to the start position and repeat.
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Antioxidants can be found in a variety of fruit and vegetable and research indicates that they reduce oxidative stress as well as damage from free radicals. However, recent studies seem to show that for anyone battling cancer, high level of antioxidants may lead to faster tumour growth due to their affect on the body’s immune system.
Idealbody4life-Personal Training will be launching a new small group personal training class in Alexandria Park, just off Buckland Street.
Class will commence on Thursday 3rd of April at 7:30 pm!
This is not another boot camp and we will be providing great variety of both equipment and training options. Class numbers will be kept to no more than 6 people so places are limited with only 4 remaining.
For inquiries or to find out more information please visit http://idealbody4life.com/contact-us/
This technique aims at helping practitioners to quiet a busy mind, and becoming more aware of the present moment rather than worrying about the future or the past. Participants try to focus on something simple such breathing, acknowledging various thoughts and emotions but letting them pass without judging them.
Let us begin by defining the modern concept of Mediation; in simple terms it’s a process of consciously focusing on a particular thought, object or process, which in turn may help to enhance feelings of calm and awareness.
Meditation today is well known as a technique used to reduce stress and anxiety but the concept of meditation has been around and practiced for many centuries. Origins of mediation can be traced back to ancient times as religious or cultural practice to gain a deeper understanding of the sacred or mystical forces of life. Consequently, most of the meditations modern techniques are rooted in the Eastern religious and spiritual traditions.