VitalBody Minimizes Technology’s Impact On Your Quality Of Life
This picture depicts the problems associated with sitting at the computer. The middle and upper parts of your back become stiff and rigid. The neck and lower back work overtime, developing painful conditions along the way.
This causes you to lose pain-free and flexible movement. Your body becomes stiff and uncomfortable. Many neck and lower back problems are the result of a lack of movement in the middle part of the back. VitalBody specifically addresses this condition, along with teaching how to compensate for repetitive movement — which is also hard on your body.
Youth is posture. You are as young as your spine is flexible because posture allows freedom of movement and flexibly without pain. It’s unnecessary to hurt as the result of spending your day in “computer posture” or because your job is physically repetitive in nature. But now, when you have a painful neck, shoulder, or back, you can do something about it as well as get all the exercise you want and need.
You Can Restore The Movement Of Youth
Using computers, driving, and talking on cell phones are just a few examples of how we over-utilize our minds and under-utilize our bodies. This creates major stiffness in our muscles and joints. But, you can change this — simply, easily, and once and for all following four easy steps:
- The best way to loosen something up is by vibrating it, or what we call “Shaking” your body. Try it now for free.
- Next you learn specific movements your whole body can utilize to increase range of motion and flexibility.
- As range of motion improves, pain and stiffness diminish. You will look, feel, and move like you did when you were younger by actively promoting your human instinct to stretch.
- As you feel better and get more active, incorporating VitalBody into all of your physical activity becomes self-perpetuating.
As you become more pro-active about your body, health, and overall wellbeing, you will rely less (and spend less) on health care providers and their “fixes.” We understand that.
The 24 Hour Gym That Goes Wherever You Go
VitalBody is effective whether you are sedentary and out of shape or an accomplished athlete, because the secret lies in the variations for each of the movements. Once you learn them, you begin to add distance, direction, and velocity. This allows you to accomplish more as your effort level can safely and comfortably increase.
You can do VitalBody when you first get up — even before getting out of bed. You can do the movements at work right at your desk or at home while you watch TV. By using small weights, you can build strength and improve cardio. The key is you don’t have to fit elaborate, lengthy workouts into your schedule. A couple minutes here and there add up like money in the bank.
VitalBody Provides All Four Elements Of Exercise:
- The strength building of gym exercise
- The stretching and range of motion of yoga
- The cardio improvement of using a treadmill
- The balance and coordination challenges of dancing
Why live a little when you can live a lot? We are creatures of habit, and technology is steadily filling our schedules. As a result, you are skipping the movement your body was designed to do every day without realizing it. These movements are simple and will ensure that you retain your body’s full range of motion over the years. You’ve got to be able to move well in order to live well and have fun.
The Ten Principles of VitalBody
- Shake your body before and after doing any VitalBody movements, as well as throughout the day.
- Add lateral flexion whenever possible to movement and immediately after you feel your body realign itself.
- Move in small increments of variation — one or two inches at a time per cycle of movement, rather than six or more inches.
- Discover your detrimental postures and movements and then employ counteracting postures and movements.
- Always let your body guide you, allow it to randomly move about between different movements.
- The more you combine the three ways of moving the body — up and down, rotation, and lateral flexion — the easier releasing, lengthening, and realigning your body becomes.
- Move safely and within the limits of your ability. Know when it is time to stop — even when you can go further or do more. When you feel pain, try different directions of the same kind of movement. Work the least painful directions first.
- Shaking or rocking at the end of a movement or position promotes realignment.
- As you improve, increase distance, add more variety of directions, and then add velocity to the distance and direction.
- When lying down, keep your neck muscles relaxed. Support your head with your hands or a pillow if necessary. Breathe continuously with each movement to relax and release.
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