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BALANCED WORKOUT

Working out your body requires tuning in to how you feel. As men we often want to do as many reps as we can – lift more heavy weights but there is a beauty untold in finding mobility, building a technique and going natural. That feeling keeps you going – it rejuvenates and refreshes the soul. The benefits are not only physical but can be seen all around. You stop being a machine but rather become a coach of your body and spirit.

As a coach, you look at all aspects of your team i.e your body. You have to read, consult and reflect deeply on your inner self. Our body is a combination of muscles, flesh, sinews and joints which are co-ordinated by our heart, mind, spirit and soul. It therefore calls for a very tactful approach to achieve a balanced workout. As you begin you will want to do routines to get your body believing. What keeps anyone going back after they have achieved their short term goals is the pursuit of a balanced healthy body.

According to Anthony Odiero my friend and a renown personal trainer – the body has five big muscle groups. These are the gluts, biceps, triceps, shoulders and chest.  A balanced workout therefore entails exercises spread across these muscle groups. The exercise regime you choose determines how they build and tone up. The intensity can create agility of the same or severe them – this is where skill and technique is required to avoid injuries and or how to heal them through a different exercise regime.

Cardio is a great inspiration to the body. Do not use it as a measure of anything. It is a warm-up activity and can be used as a healing exercise. When we overly rely on cardio to build up our workout sessions we loose sight of a balanced workout.

Fitness is a delicate balance and as such it is always a pursuit. You have to build outwards and inwards each time you work out. This requires intense exercise sessions on different parts of our body. This achieves alot and anyone who is a regular in such can ascertain to that great feeling each time they workout. But it does not stop there – nutrition and lifestyle choices are key to a truly Healthy Physical Self.

In my pursuit I have tried many exercise regimes and continue to build inwards and outwards. Frank, our insanity trainer at they gym commented this morning of the progress he can see physically. Fabio the aerobics instructor noticed how flexible and swift my moves have become and urges us on. Nick has inspired us to rhythm in his zumba classes and today we had a new  lady team of trainers whose exercise regime is a mix of kizomba, pilates and yoga stretches.

It has been two years of consistent workout and its AMAZING!!! to many more years of balanced workouts…cheers

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