When it comes to physical training, people can sometimes gravitate towards doing high-intensity sessions less frequently. The term “weekend warriors” may come to mind.
But there are a few problems with this approach to fitness and wellness.
First, since your body is not used to that level of exertion since you are doing it infrequently, going through a rigorous workout might hurt you or be so challenging that you’re demotivated to continue.
Second, that level of intensity is not required to get results and may even do more harm than good.
A better approach to wellness and performance might be a consistent routine of more frequent, lower-impact exercises.
The trick is sticking with it long enough for you to start to experience these slow-building gains. It might feel like you’re not making progress at first, but then, after a few months, the result will likely become apparent. Consistency is key.
Our NeuroMuscular Balancing video course helps you develop a consistent routine to suit your needs. In it, you’ll get a variety of customizable exercises and stretches that are refined to be as easy and efficient as possible to integrate into your daily life.
The NeuroMuscular Balancing course can help you shift your body’s balance to its natural state, relieving everyday aches and pains and helping you perform at your potential.
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Kalindi Dinoffer is trained in multiple aspects of mindfulness in life and in sports, sharing on her blog MindfulKalindi.com. She is also certified to teach yoga, fitness, reiki, and MFR. Kalindi also serves as VP marketing at OnCourtOffCourt.com, a leading supplier of tennis, pickleball, fitness and yoga training aids and equipment and has been published in Tennis industry Magazine and Pickleball Magazine, and has conducted workshops at conferences around the world. In her spare time, Kalindi plays tennis, pickleball and table tennis and enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and biking and cross country skiing in the winter.