It’s that time of year isn’t it, we start a new calendar year and make resolutions. I’ve learnt over time that resolutions don’t have a great success rate and it’s not until I heard and read more about the subject that I realised we are doing it all wrong.You see, a...
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I’m reading a book about neuroplasticity and I was blown away by the first case study.
A lady who had been taking a drug which had a side affect of attacking the vestibular system (your inner ear balance mechanism).She had many falls and ended up seeing a specialist who referred her onto a guy who was trialing a new technology to help the brain correct itself and learn to balance the body again.
When it comes to looking after yourself. There are so many things to look at it’s hard to know where to start sometimes.
So to distill some of the time taken in looking at all aspects of health I wanted to share come BIG BANG hits so you can add these into your life.
In the late 1800’s the invention of the light bulb did an amazing thing for productivity allowing us to keep working after sunset. However with it came some unexpected health consequences that we may not have foreseen.
If you think about it our bodies are very much like our cars. If we look after them they look after us. Often it can be too easy to skip a service or let the tyres get so worn down that the car may not even pass it’s WOF. Would you do the same to your body?
A ViPr (Vitality Performance Reconditioning) is a cylinder of thick rubber which is used for movement training. It was originally conceived by Simon Bennett who worked in the ice hockey world in Canada. His team kept losing so he wanted a way to get them better conditioned. He enlisted the help of Michol Dalcourt and together they came up with the concept together.
Sure I hear you say – whatever. That’s not going to help me shed a few pounds.
You’d be surprised if you give it a chance. There are many routes to weight loss and they are all about the individual.
Some time ago I remember highlighting my right hip to someone who was giving me a check over for general health and I didn’t get the answer I was looking for. The reason for highlighting it was that it felt different to my left hip!
If you read the piece on The Guardian and The Sensor and The Activator you will have got an understanding of the different bio types that are depicted in the image below. If not here it the pre amble so you are up to speed.
There are 3 body type categories which need to be explained before the delve into the world of the Crusader.
These develop in the womb as derms or layers of tissue which then have greater amount of energy go into their development as we start to take on human form in the womb and end up being either very much like one of our parent of perhaps a bit of a combo! In short the 3 are: Endomorph, Ectomorph and Mesomorph.