Everyone has heard it before - exercise is good for you.
You have heard it from your doctor, friend, family member, coach, almost anyone in your life has probably said it at some point.
Exercise is touted as being the best form of preventative health care known to man - which it can be. But there is one crucial word missing from that popular buzz-phrase.
- APPROPRIATE -
When exercise is appropriate, it can change your life
What we do here at Kinetic Performance is prepare your body, as best we can, to handle the stresses your life places on it. We design not just the exercise program, but each individual exercise, to challenge your body as much as possible without breaking it down. As we build the weaker links, your system as a whole improves drastically.
Appropriate exercise is a game changer.
An excerpt from "The Deadliest Sin" by Jonathan Shaw:
“In the bottle before you is a pill, a marvel of modern medicine that will regulate gene transcription throughout your body, helping prevent heart disease, stroke, diabetes, obesity, and 12 kinds of cancer — plus gallstones and diverticulitis. Expect the pill to improve your strength and balance as well as your blood lipid profile. Your bones will become stronger. You’ll grow new capillaries in your heart, your skeletal muscles, and your brain, improving blood flow and the delivery of oxygen and nutrients. Your attention span will increase. If you have arthritis, your symptoms will improve. The pill will help you regulate your appetite and you’ll probably find you prefer healthier foods. You’ll feel better, younger even, and you will test younger according to a variety of physiologic measures. Your blood volume will increase, and you’ll burn fats better. Even your immune system will be stimulated. There is just one catch.
There’s no such pill. The prescription is exercise.”