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How to avoid doing the right thing and getting the wrong results!

Lisa Cutforth - Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Doing the right thing and getting the wrong results?

It doesn't seem fair does it? Ever wondered why some people can seem to do all the wrong things and yet everything goes right for them including the way they look?

You might be surprised to hear there is a very simple but rather profound explanation for this.  Those of you familiar with the movie called "The Secret" would now be open to the idea that your thoughts have the power to influence your world, well, what if I told you that the feelings and thoughts you have about yourself actually influence your genetics.  What thoughts and feelings are you consistently having about yourself?  Do you realise just how much power they have over your future, your health, your abilities, your longevity, your vitality.

Quantam mechanics and epigenetics (Science based emerging schools of thought) have found convincing data that tells us clearly that the way that we move and how we feel about moving have a profound effect on the results that we achieve.  Imagine if we could use that information in a positive way, it would make significant changes to our health and well being.

If you are like the many who have been diligently trying to improve the way you look and your physical health and managing your weight by working hard, and listening to the "experts" with often very poor results for your input, leaving you feeling frustrated and dissillusioned, then you might find the following interesting.
 
Rohan O'Reilly, Holistic Strength Coach and Movement Specialist, believes this is because you have been given the WRONG information.  For example we are always told that aerobic activity is the best way to improve the way you look, he believes this is totally inaccurate in that it ignores several KEY ELEMENTS. For most people the idea of aerobic activity means going to a gym putting on the i pod and sweating it out on a tread mill. 

It may come as a harsh shock to learn this is not the most effective way to get the benefits you are after, whether they be- to lose weight, improve your physique or hope to protect your mobility as aging progresses.  In fact in many cases this style of exercising may even send you backwards.  I had a client who after exercising at the gym for a month weighed in lighter but she had managed to lose muscle and had a higher percentage of body fat after the addition of exercise. 

If you find this hard to believe, consider for a moment, the yoga instructor or tai chi master, they do not engage in rigorous physical activity or any strenuous activity but instead engage in activity that utilises the mind body connection, discipline and controlled movement and focus on using energy to create power and give them more energy and life.

Rohan  explains that there is another level of information out there that until recently has not be available to the wider public. This more effective way enables you to make powerful changes in all areas of your life by using the right information and tapping into your inner strength and power source.  It is a technique that uses your mind to get more out of your workouts and achieve greater results.

The technique incorporates a powerful blend of ancient wisdom and the best of modern science to create greater results and strength through deliberate and specific movement. 

Rohan will be speaking as part of our seminar on 27th of March 2010.

Don't miss out on how you can use your mind in your movement to get greater results without more effort.

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