Is there a way to grow younger, faster and stronger?
I believe there is.
And 50-somethings such as Mike Tyson and elite internal martial artists are proving it.
Most people stop improving as they age because they are stuck in muscle-mode – or because they never learned how to move efficiently – and now their bodies are paying a heavy price.
When these people do an exercise, the only thing they think about is what muscles they are working. This is the Neanderthal approach to fitness. Me do biceps curls. Me work biceps. Me beat myself over head with club. Me tough guy, huh huh.
Meanwhile, the exercises that do you the most good often come disguised as overly simplistic.
Yet, these seemingly simple exercises not only increase your strength as you age, they also lead to a neurological transformation.
What am I talking about?
These exercises do far more than work the muscles. They work the tendons, ligaments and fascia. They relax, loosen and open your joints so you can move your entire body as one unit rather than robotically.
Make no mistake about it. Most weight training is robotic. It turns you away from your animalistic nature, your tiger nature.
A tiger always moves the way it is supposed to move. It can segment its body if it needs to, but most of the time, the whole body moves as one unit.
Humans move in an animalistic way as toddlers, then they lose touch with this natural method of moving as soon as the jackets of the school system are placed upon them.
The good news is this animalistic way of moving and strength development can be recaptured, and today is a great day to become stronger again.
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