Imagine you finally do it. You commit yourself to being fully healthy! You figure out a routine and what food limitations you'll have and then you stick to it. You even say to yourself, "I'm going to do an experiment with myself: I'm going to do EVERYTHING healthy, just to see what's going to happen!"
And so you maintain a balance of strength training, cardio and stretching. Sure, it's repetitive, but you stick with it because you're curious of the results!
And imagine that one day you're out for a run, when powerful euphoria overcomes your mind. And then your whole body. You've discovered your first runner's high! It feels like powerful healing energy is being poured down your body, through the top of your head. Your curiosity explodes!
What was that all about?! You research online, but Scientists can only claim it's a "release of endorphins." What does that mean when so many other activities can be a "release of endorphins", including action video games! What's really going on with this runner's high??
Then it escapes you. You haven't had a runner's high in a week! Did I say something wrong? Was it my fault? You think to yourself... Hmmm, there has to be a way to trigger it!
Many days later you're out for a run, and the thought comes to you: You've heard of athletes training in higher altitudes to make their bodies better able to handle any location for their sporting events. The higher altitudes have less oxygen for muscles to use, so the body adapts when training there.
The idea hits you as you piece it all together. A new direction for your fitness! And it's your new motivation: "What if I were to mimic what those athletes experience by controlling my breath?" Take in less oxygen to do the same amount of work. RESULT: The body becomes more efficient.
You change your breath control, and all of the sudden you're overwhelmed with powerful runner's highs. It's like you're being rewarded for doing it right!
Does your curiosity stop there?! No!! Of course not! If it works for running, then why not for something else, like strength training.
It's about training your body to do more work with less oxygen. So how would that work with strength training? It could be potentially dangerous to be working with heavy weights while getting a "runner's high". So you figure why not do the breath control AFTER each weight lifting set!
After all, at the end of a set, your body is craving oxygen the most. So why not train your body to be more efficient with less oxygen.
So imagine that. You're at the gym doing each set with your best form. You push out your breath for each muscle contraction, as you always have. But this time, at the end of the set, you put down the weights. Stand up straight, and take in one big breath, and hold it!
What happens next is 100 times more powerful than a runner's high. And it amplifies your curiosity just as much! The most powerful energies you've ever felt flow through you like you're being hit by a wave. And it's the most euphoric experience you've ever felt!
So what do you think?? Does this sound like a FAR MORE interesting workout than you've ever experienced?! Are you curious about experiencing the euphoric natural body highs when you exercise from now on?
It's a new way to exercise that feels so good that you'll motivate yourself away from any dull exercise routine you've ever tried in the past. And it'll make you realize that exercise is more about building energies, and much less about "Numbers" of pounds, heartbeats, fastest times, or steps counted. Exercise needs to be more about getting in tune with your body, staying in the moment, and building your energies with natural body highs!
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