There are hundreds of exercises we can perform daily. So why do so many of us continue to perform the same exercises day after day?
Most if us are creatures of habit and we return the things we like the most and feel most comfortable with. This can be good for our body, especially if we maintain a high level of physical health.
However, once our body gets comfortable at a certain level we lose the benefits that a varied exercise programme brings. Our routines need to be updated or modified regularly in order to fulfil our true physical potential and avoid the dreaded plateau.
Luckily the Rooboard not only varies our exercise options it also adds a number of functional and sports specific exercises. From instability exercises to strength, cardiovascular, core and dynamic balance workouts the Rooboard will give you the daily boost you need to reach your physical peak.
The more we exercise the more we are also likely to expose physical imbalances. The Rooboard is perfect for exercising each limb in isolation. This stops us only training the dominant side and it will also improve muscular symmetry.
Dream Bod or Daily Bod
Lets face it, our dream body and the body that works best for us are probably not the same thing.
One is likely to require constant work to retain its level of muscularity and body fat levels while the other will provide us with the function and ache free existence to get through rigours of a busy day.
My dream body is not what fitness publications would refer to as a ‘dream body’. But, it is strong, healthy, agile and pain free. I get through everyday without an ache and have energy to spare.
Body Gone At 45?
I just performed the first Surfgym balance and stability class using the Rooboard at a private class in London.
At 45 years old you may think I am a little too old to start teaching fitness again. Ten years ago I would have thought the same thing. But I am also fitter, stronger and more mobile than I was ten years ago. How did that happen?
For as long as I remember I have been fit and healthy. I enjoyed playing sports and my upbringing in New Zealand gave me the perfect environment to exercise in. Full article here.