Even a modest amount of daily exercise helps you stay healthy, supple and trim. It also lifts your level of happy hormones. Beyond breathing in more oxygen and breathing out more carbon dioxide, exercise pumps the blood around into all your nooks and crannies. At that point your red blood cells deliver their nutritional cargo (dependent on your intake & absorption) to the tissue cells that work, repair and renew properly but would do so only by the grace of an abundant nutritional payload. Surprisingly perhaps, exercise also promotes healthy bacteria in your gut which in turn improves gut health, improves your immunity and so on and so forth.
‘Where shall I find the time for exercise’ is an all too common perspective, so Han van de Braak BSc LicAc MCSP MBAcC (Retd) gives those on our mailing list exercises that yield a high return in fitness, suppleness, strength and yes this approach gives Dame Helen Mirren or Jane Fonda their age defyingly fabulous looks… There are so many people exercising without appropriate nutritional support, and so many people with a big focus on nutrition who are exercise deprived. Both groups will run into trouble along the way.
Those who think they have no time for bodily exercise will sooner or later have to find time for illness.
Edward Stanley, Earl of Derby
Of course there’s nothing new under the sun about exercise, anything worthwhile has long been documented. Precisely that is often the problem, you can find yourself lost in the number of exercises or fitness regimes, and the way too many opinions. We have done the cherry picking for you, so you get a maximum out of doing a minimum thanks to a healthcare provider applying the 80/20 Rule to exercise. For instance, do you know you can tone up your abs whilst walking (excellent double benefit in single exercise time), but how do you do that? What’s the single most effective stretch for a stiff shoulder? Move It is one of seven interlinking moves you can make to improve and maintain good health, that’s what our approach is all about.