You’ll find some people whose upper torso is in a constant state of tension. Their trapezius muscles are unconsciously flexed and their shoulder joints are raised upward, on one or both sides.
Reminds me of a client I trained when I lived in California. Whenever he was listening to instruction, he would raise his right shoulder toward his ear. In order to make him aware of this, I would rest my palm on his shoulder. He would immediately see what he was doing to himself, and would soften the shoulder and relax it. After awhile, all I had to do was look at his shoulder and he got the message.
He learned to relax and let go of unnecessary tension.
Letting go is not something you do once and you’re reset for life. It’s a constant battle you need to be engaged in.
Human beings are magnets for piling on physical and emotional tension that we don’t need. We carry emotional burdens in our shoulders, worries in our stomach, fears in our kidneys, anger in our liver, hatred in our hearts and sadness in our lungs.
Our lower backs ache when we worry about survival. Our feet and knees trouble us when we are uncertain of stepping into the future. Our neck gets tight when we are mentally inflexible.
Getting rid of this excess tension is not just a matter of “working out.”
HOW you workout really does matter.
If you don’t have an exercise method in your repertoire that helps reduce the physical and emotional tensions of everyday living, then you’re a definite candidate for frozen body part syndrome.
Perhaps you cannot come close to touching your toes when you bend forward. Or you can’t sit on the floor and keep your back straight when your legs are opened wide. Or you can’t sit in a deep squat without falling over backward.
All of the above are symptomatic of frozen body part syndrome.
No one on this planet is immune to tension. At the same time, all of us can effectively rid ourselves of tension on a daily basis.
Over the years I have taught you to rid the tension, to start your day off with a bang, through a series of spherical and rotational exercises I’ve collected from various teachers over the years. I’ve also taught various isometric exercises that not only increase strength, but flexibility as well.
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Remember, these courses help you rid yourself of frozen body part syndrome; they help you rid your mind-body of excess tension, and they help you start your day off with a bang by giving you the exercises that command and instruct your body to get better, to get healthier, to feel energized again.
Let’s get it on.