What is corrective exercise and how could it benefit you? Corrective exercise works for sports professionals, weekend triathletes, and everyday people. This type of exercise finds and overcomes the imbalances and impairments that lead to injuries and that make you less efficient and less powerful when you exercise or compete.
It is very common to have an injury, recover, and then re-injure the same area again. For athletes and everyday people, this can be extremely frustrating. To avoid re-injuring the same area the limitation or restriction needs to be identified first, and then corrected. Working underactive muscles and stretching overactive or tight muscles is where the "correction" comes into play. Read More
As we look to a brand New Year, it give us an opportunity to re-invent ourselves. There’s always something we want more of or to fix in our lives. While many people want to lose weight or get more fit, we know that the best way to unearth great ideas for improvement is to ask ourselves good questions. Charlie O'Donnell, founder of Brooklyn Bridge Ventures, offers some ideas for what he wants to accomplish in the New Year. Try this out for yourself:
- Three people I’m actually friends with that I would like to be better friends with.
- Ten people I should know, but don't.
- Five people I’d like to help be successful.
- Three things I’d like to learn.
A woman who noticed that a high-ranking position would soon be vacated said, “I thought about it and thought about it. So I did the somewhat brazen thing and went over and asked, “Can I have Vicki’s job?”
What’s wrong with asking, and why is it “brazen” to ask?
This is a perfect example of "scripts" or inner dialogues that multiply over time and define who we are. Left unchecked, they can prevent us from achieving what we want.
When you understand your scripts or inner dialogue, you realize how they have limited an honest and clear vision of who you really are and can now take action from that knowledge. Read More