Thursday, May 15, 2008

The Best and Cheapest Exercise Program on the Market - Bar None!

Katy and I wandered through the Op Shop always on the look out for a surprise.

We both enjoy old books and so it was with joy when Katy picked up a 1960s edition of an old elementary school book on physical education.

It seems only yesterday the 60s have come and gone and it is perhaps with the passing of time that there has been a downward slide in the quality of structure and function within our society especially with our children.

Obesity, with its associated symptoms is fast becoming the norm perhaps the word fast with its tendencies toward the over-eating of food-less foods is a major cause.

The increase in chemicals in our food industry is also a major causative factor - are you aware that the FDA allows over 5,000 chemicals to be added to the foods we purchase and ingest?

Then there is the old law that if one puts in more than is eliminated, there will be a build up of poor quality tissues ergo an abnormal increase in weight gain.

And this brings us back to exercise.

When asked for my opinion regarding the best form of exercise I immediately picture a park full of children.

The children are:

- Running, jumping and hopping

- rolling

- climbing

- swinging

- twisting, flexing, stretching, bending and torquing.

In other words, they are putting their bodies through a full range of movements movements that are designed by the structure of the mechanism.

A couple of addendums to this line of thinking are:

1. We very rarely see children in our practise that need an exercise program put into place.

2. If we are seriously looking for an exercise program for ourselves, we could do no better than to become more child-like.

All the best in working on all angles of structure in order to improve function.

Kevin Hinton is a renowned Natural Health Educator & Advocator who has assisted a broad range of people to reinvigorate their lives through common-sense Natural Health practices. He is a trusted advisor to many in the corporate world in Australia and North America who recognize the life-improving value of Natural Health habits. His experience in the field reveals that adopting practical Natural Health habits usually helps drive success in other areas of life.

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