You may have heard the saying ‘less is more,’ and in my experiences, it’s a powerful mantra if you’re looking to find your freedom when you move your body.
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Have you seen the way a cat moves?
Hypnotic, powerful, graceful movement, only begins to describe it.
Especially when you observe their spine.
If you’re looking to move better for longer, with less pain for martial arts, sports or daily life … Learning to move your spine more like a cat and less like a lump of concrete is something you may like to consider.
And that’s what the spinal exercise I’m about to share with you in this article will help you do.
Bruce Lee once said, ‘move like water.’ But back when I had a wonky spine I moved more like a brick.
I was hard and rigid in all the wrong places after years of strength training, and daily movement became a grind instead of a joy.
Deep inside myself I knew my body was meant to give me more than a mediocre life experience, filled with daily back pain.
It was only when my physical flow was heavily restricted that I understood the importance of it.
After learning a process to heal my busted spine. I realised that building a body that flows and moves better (internally and externally), is so important to enhance joy when you move and for life in general.
The more flow you have, the better your ability to heal your body from injuries, pain and physical restrictions.
So, how do you build a body that flows and moves like water?
Is it just by doing locomotion exercises, and crawling on the ground like an animal?
Or, is there a bigger picture to consider?
We’ll answer these questions and so much more in the video below.
Today’s article is for you if:
- You’re looking to break through plateaus in your lower body flexibility and mobility gains
- You’re looking to improve your movement for martial arts
- You’re looking to move with greater ease, so you can put your jeans on without tearing a hammy
I went deep into the Himalayan mountains and was struck in the third eye chakra by a bolt of lightning …
I received a vision of the best way to elevate your Yoga practice to new heights, that virtually guarantees enlightenment and thousands of Instagram followers.
Tight psoas & hips holding back your performance, and ability to move the way you want?
Consider this …