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Matcha Savage
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05/03/2019 8:21 pm  

The video below shows and has explained a short series of exercises, which are quite effective.
The mid term aim is to build up sceletal-muscles, balance their payloads during movement and thus having the spine and back becoming both, more firm and more flexible at the same time.
This slowly translates into power transmission directed from the very center of the body, flowing movements and a calm stance/grip on things.

 

It is self explanantory to especially highlight the very exercises shown in the video, because our culture and civilization endorses a helluvalot sitting at the desk or on the couch, in the car, in the subway and so on and this alone does a darn good job in making the lower back region underdeveloped and back pains one of, if not the most popular and persistent physical disorder in all wealthy nations. People, who have a lot of stuff in a worldwide comparison overall tend to move little and when they do, they mostly only do that in "comfort zones" with evened, laid or paved floors, measured, broad stairs or elevators.
People do so, while their bodies are designed to perform in a different and certain way to reach their "homoeostasis" or "samadhi". In other words, movement is an agent of health, rest (nourishment) the other. So, there are two, and:
We can give both quality.
In embracing and using to our general advancement the order of our own biology and hence, our own morphogenesis as a human beings, in which is found the truth about why we can taste and enjoy the fruits of this simple and delightful state.
Walking on feathering, uneven forest floor, using the full spectrum of movement abilities, balancing, climbing. Breathing some fresh, quality air all the while.
That is a very healthy exercise, doesn´t at all have to be over the top, skip the climbing and balancing part, if you wanna, but, friend, just see for yourself how beautiful it still works out with such and similar exercises complemented.

 

(I know, I know the video is hilarious, but, eh, whatever, it does its purpose)

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05/03/2019 8:30 pm  

Thanks for sharing Matcha... seems that this will be an effective video to start integrating into life.

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

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Matcha Savage
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05/03/2019 9:01 pm  

😀 You´re welcome! You know, part of the reason I shared this, was another video from Howard Dare that I saw on the topic, recently:

 

 

In it he describes the subject matter up to a point, where he invites you to order a catalogue or something and pay for something.

I stopped at that point and thought, he hides practical knowledge behind a paywall; this is in most cases easier, than he makes it out to be.

Let´s keep the church in the village, as we Germans say. The first vid by "Athlean-guy"  is legit on the substance matter. So I opened that topic with it.

 

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05/03/2019 9:16 pm  

Check. He is absolutely accurate in stating that a lower back injury is invasive throughout your entire muscular/skeletal system.  I have a series of exercises that I do every day to help relax lumbar muscles injured 15 years ago.

A basic knowledge of the body is critical to ensuring that one has the ability to remain independent and functional within today's society.  Having to rely upon others to take care of you is the first step toward loosing your freedom and control over critical resources.

Thanks for another great post.

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05/03/2019 9:27 pm  

While I am not a fan of yoga, just can't to it, the base concepts are spot on:  Proper Exercise. Proper Breathing. Positive Thinking. Proper Diet. Proper Relaxation.  

Forgetting to pay attention to any of the above during deployments caused me issues that impacted my personal and professional missions.  

Regardless of how you achieve a balance in life, not having a plan is detrimental in the long term.

 

Great and timely post Macha

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

​"​My father didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.​" - Clarence Buddinton Kelland


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Matcha Savage
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05/03/2019 9:38 pm  

Yes, Howard Dare is accurate, and I even like his video as far as he describes the circumstances very well. But in the end, it comes down to each and every one of us to make things happen, by doing the hard and constant work it takes to achieve our goals.

We need not buy stuff that will not do this for us, anyway.

Exercising with aim and precision for long term benefits can make a huge difference in quality of and outlook on life. Tackling and engaging the core issues one has requires knowledge thereof and of their treatment. The latter should be easy to attain and manageable in day to day life.

Time is rare, so let us use it wisely.

  

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05/03/2019 9:59 pm  
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While I am not a fan of yoga, just can't to it, the base concepts are spot on:  Proper Exercise. Proper Breathing. Positive Thinking. Proper Diet. Proper Relaxation.  

Forgetting to pay attention to any of the above during deployments caused me issues that impacted my personal and professional missions.  

Regardless of how you achieve a balance in life, not having a plan is detrimental in the long term.

 

Great and timely post Macha

Exactly, I am on board with you on that one, I did yoga asana forms or stances as a teenager and breathing exercises. Two years ago, I began to revisit transcendental meditation, which at times now has me for hours each day.

13 years after my legs got broken multiple times, each, last October I could for the first time since then fully bend my left leg without any trace of pain or reluctance. Now, I am evening out the "differences of burden" (the legs were fractured differently), which affected the motion apparatus, aaaand, well gain a mobility that I really start to enjoy. BIG TIME.

 

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06/03/2019 9:00 pm  

Fantastic Matcha and best of luck for continued improvement. 

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