Month: November 2017

(making the case for) MOVEMENT.

  Movement is the active component of growth. The adult human body is comprised of approximately 206 bones, achieving peak bone mass between the ages of 25 and 32. More importantly, the average human adult body is approximately 60% fluid. Fluids that are in constant motion, rarely, if ever, experience sustained growth of disease and/or harmful bacteria. However, stagnant fluids are the broth that cultures diseases. ‘Excessive sitting is now linked to 35 diseases and conditions, including obesity, hypertension, back pain, cancer, cardiovascular disease and depression…governments such as Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom have identified sedentary life as a catastrophe. It’s estimated that the current generation of children (who primarily experience a sedentary lifestyle) will die earlier than their parents.’ Dr. Levine, M.D, PhD. Mayo Clinic-Arizona. Contemporary humans (taken into consideration their general predisposition to a habitual lifestyle) often fall victim to physical inactivity, outside their general required mobile hours. General required mobile hours includes the type and amount of physical activity required to perform one’s daily duty adequately (i.e. attending and participating in professional/school …

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