How Can I Feel Better Sooner?
Many of us overlook the simple steps in self care.
By incorporating some small things into your daily regimen, you can begin to feel better.
When it comes to taking care of your body, self-awareness is everything. Be aware of how your body is operating, and what you can tweak and adjust so that you experience optimum output. There are some simple things you can incorporate into your daily routine that will reap great rewards as you go through life.
Three Simple Things to Get You Started …
Listen To Your Body
You will know what feels right – and what feels wrong – and when you need more attention to certain areas.
Plan Ahead and Start Small
Set aside 10 minutes of each day for rolling, that’s a great place to start, and 10 minutes is enough to reap the benefits.
Understand Which Options Work For You
This takes a little time, but will come pretty easily once you start incorporating rolling into your daily regimen. Allow yourself to try different things, explore different ways of rolling, and you’ll start to fall into a routine that works for you.
Live Your Life Healthy
Your lifestyle has a huge impact on the way you move. Your posture, alignment, and even how you sit can wreak havoc on how your body functions.
The human body is a very adaptable organism. While this adaptability has allowed for our growth and development as a species, the current sedentary state of individuals is having a negative impact on our health.
Over time, the sedentary and hunched over postures we tend to succumb to daily due to texting, cell phones and computers can become habitual and illicit abnormal degrees of stress to certain areas.
As a society, we are “ninja” sitters. We sit more than anything else and do this the majority of our life. If we go back to function dictating structure, how does the structure change if we do not move the way intended? The SAID Principle is another common term in exercise science—Specific Adaptation to Imposed Demand. In other words, we become really good at what we do most often. If we sit, then we become good sitters. If we lift heavy weight, we become strong. In order to move with confidence, consistency, and over a long period of time we have to move well.