(upwave.com) — Every year, we like to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by indulging in some quintessentially Irish things, such as stout beer, strong whiskey and/or corned beef and cabbage. Cabbage aside, those aren’t exactly the cornerstones of a healthy lifestyle — but the good people of Ireland do know a few things about staying fit. According to data collected by the Irish Sports Monitor in 2013, 47% of Irish men and women aged 16 and over participate in some form of regular exercise. While some choose common activities (gym-based workouts, swimming, running, cycling), others enjoy singularly Irish ones like dancing (think: Riverdance) and the sport of hurling.
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Today’s fitness and exercise sciences fail at keeping adults fit
“They immobilize joints and vertebra, usually by smashing bones and vertebra together, which makes these in-between parts much harder for the muscles to move, thus creating muscle exercise at the expense of adult joints and disks”. “To show the efficiency of http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm modern adult exercise is even more incorrect for adults, no one’s muscles fight compression (smashing) energy, they fight tension energy, and only when it holds or pulls away from the contraction, no other direction works”. “It is normal for these moving skeletal parts to wear out prematurely from being overworked too often. Because it works the skeleton first the resistance energy forces joints and disks to work immensely harder than the targeted muscles”. “Once traditional methods do condition older muscles, their joints and disks are fought even harder, thus accelerating the pain and damage”.
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