Thursday, September 29, 2011

Up an at em

The heat under the water around us has been turned up so high  that if we donʼt jump out soon it may lead to our demise.

Don’t get the wrong impression here — modern medicine is an important piece of the jigsaw puzzle of health. There is a time and a place for it, but the current reliance on a system so rigidly driven by pharmaceuticals as our soul salvation is ludicrous.

Medical doctors really do want to heal you.  It was not their dream to keep you in chronic poor health and survive it with a lifetime of expensive medication and medical treatment. But these are their main tools that they are given in our rigidly controlled health care system. 

Itʼs time to regain our perspective and take control and responsibility for our own vital health.

Up an at em!

Wednesday, September 28, 2011


Take a moment to really LISTEN to a commercial for new drug on the market. It will go something like this:

* One or two good examples of improvement of a symptom, (preformed by happy attractive actors).
* This is followed by 8 to 20 possible negative side effects, some of which include things like stroke, heart-attack, depression, constipation, dry mouth, dizziness, suicidal thoughts or actions, or in some cases — death. It is both appalling and laughable that Americans are so desensitized that we accept this as OK! In what logical reality is it OK for the side effects of a drug to be far worse than the symptoms of a disorder? Wake up everyone.
* At the end of the commercial we are told to “ask your Dr. if this is Right for you,” and we actually go ahead and take whichever drugs they’re trying to sell us. Wake up! Find another alternative that is effective and does not have negative side effects.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Want more endurance/stamina

Really everything is just a repetition...think of walking, running etc... as just multiple repetitions.

So - endurance/stamina is the ability to 'RECOVER' from one repetition to another.

What's recovery based on
a.) your effectiveness of oxygen transfer from your lungs into your blood
b.) the strength and co-ordination of the muscles in your lungs to breath
c.) your effective transfer of CO2 out of your blood and exhalation from your body
d.) the power of your heart to pump blood volume with each beat
e.) the efficiency of the cells in your blood vessels to transport blood
f.) the effectiveness of your blood & muscle cells to transfer oxygen and carbohydrate to fuel energy/action

The secret to endurance...
a.) Power efficiency & effectiveness

The secret sauce

Thursday, September 22, 2011

How to Run Faster

It's simple!

a.) Apply more force through your foot
b.) and make your foot be in contact for as short a time as possible.

It's NOT about making your legs move faster!
a.) Usain Bolt leg-speed is the same as any average runner (in fact almost the same as most normal active persons)
b.) Usain Bolt applies over 1000lbs of force through his feet (average person can apply around 500lb
c.) Usain Bolt's foot is in contact for about 0.08 seconds (average persons perhaps 0.13)

So how do you get the improvements!

Your nervous systems operates at over 350km/h!

You need to fire up your mind-muscle messages!

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

What don't we get!

Some amazing research just out that highlights that exercise makes you smarter
a.) It boosts the energy making capacity of your brain

Combined with recent info that highlights an unhealthy employee costs around $15,000 a year to an employer!

What don't we get!

the solution for all the challenges on the planet today, really do boil down to one simple action we can all do
Get moving! get some exercise, get smart, get healthy

Vitality, vigor... brain, body and being!

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Ocean Fitness Solutions

There is much we can learn from the ocean as we have a similar inner landscape within us as well.(remember we are 70% water!)

Like us, the sea is ever-changing. And, like us, the earth's vast oceans appear at a distance to be stable and homogenous.
But beneath the mask of solidity that both we and the sea wear, there lies unpredictability, sensitivity, and power.

There is much we can learn from the ocean, as it's a mirror of our inner landscapes:-
a.) The rough sounds of the sea's waves are spiritually soothing, and its salt can purify our physical selves.

Hey, I know not everyone has the luxury of living by the shore or even visiting the coastlines where water and land meet. The ocean, however, exists in our conscious minds, put there by images we have seen and descriptions we have read. Wherever we are, we can access that mental image and use it as the starting point from which we can Juice ourselves up with its Power.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Fitness: the Solution

Nearly $2 TRILLION is spent in the USA alone on lifestyle diseases, that can all be prevented by exercise and movement!

Think about that for a minute....
a.) What's up with the economy etc...

We're throwing away $2 TRILLION a year!

With a solution everyone can achieve...get moving!

If you saw someone going to the toilet on the street - you'd say it was disgusting. Well what about your friend, neighbour, associate who isn't exercising...
and costing us all $2 TRILLION a year!

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Music for your Body

What sort of music do you want today?

a.) Rehab
b.) Recovery
c.) Optimization
d.) Activation
e.) Strengthen muscles without strain on joints & ligaments
f.) Blood circulation
g.) Pain Relief
h.) Increase muscle activity

that's what BIO-OSCILLATION does

Just select your choice of 'music' and enjoy!

Friday, September 2, 2011

Exercise maked fat turn into strong bone

Yeah: study just released and published by the Journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology concludes:

"working out triggers influential stem cells to become bone instead of fat, improving overall health by boosting the body’s capacity to make blood."

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Science Update: Intensity is King!

2(Schnohr P et al. Intensity versus duration of walking: Impact on mortality: the Copenhagen City Heart Study. Eur J Cardiovasc Prev Rehabil 2007;14:72-78).

The study presented at the ESC Congress 2011, concluded that men with fast intensity cycling survived 5.3 years longer, and men with average intensity 2.9 years longer than men with slow cycling intensity.

For women the figures were 3.9 and 2.2 years longer,

Crank up your Intensity!