There is so much more to exercise than just physical appearance.
Developing a muscularly proportioned body, isn't always the end result of training, we train for the way it makes us feel.
Exercise helps the human body release many different endorphins which create that euphoric feeling, this has an accumulative effect, the more you do, the more you gain to cope with everyday stresses.
The body was designed to move in all directions fluidly, today with technology rising, we are becoming limited in our human movement, our posture is being affected, commonly around the lower back and neck, therefore stressing our neurological system and sending wrong messages to and from our brain.
Beginning a training routine should always acquire a instructor to view postural imbalances and the mobility of ones joints.
Before moving to weights one should have a good awareness of there capacity to move, and a overall conditioning which leaves the body open to many training pathways.
A good instructor should be able to articulate movements of the exercise, and help progress you along a strength and conditioning pathway safely.
To get the best out of your health and fitness, nutrition plays a very important role, to fuel our bodies so we can work it to our full potential, and avoid sickness/fatigue and common mood swings.
Nutrition should be taken seriously in combination with your physical workout, and having some guidelines will be very beneficial not only for exercises purposes but for mind and body.
It is imperative to do exercise and healthy eating, these are the basic building blocks for the human body and mind to function at its most exponential performance.
I have researched and created a pathway for any individual seeking to learn how to better there human movement, and re - establish a healthy posture, through strength training and nutrition.
I am currently studying a bachelor of medical science, majoring in nutrition, working as a personal trainer since 2009, my background consist of, human movement, olympic lifting, power lifting, gymnastics, advanced mobility, thai boxing and strength and conditioning.
"The secret of change, is to focus all of your energy, not fighting the old, but on building the new"
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