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Author: Kristina Nekyia

  Whenever learning a new physical discipline you’ll have the experience of trying out a new aspirational move and thinking… this seems utterly impossible. One way to approach this new challenge is to keep trying the beast move over and over again, hoping that eventually it gets easier. This may work! But it is also miserably frustrating and has a high potential for burnout or injury. As an alternative attack, try modifying your exercises to make them easier so that you can manage them and control them. A strategic approach with the right

Why do we over-train? This process may sound familiar to many of you: Feel discontent with something about your body (size, shape, ability, performance, etc) Set an ambitious workout schedule to quickly make the changes you want to see Work out. Like a lot. Really hard. Endorphines churning and muscles burning. It’s happening. I’m tired. Why does my knee hurt? What’s this clicking in my shoulder? I need to take a few days off, this is too much. Forget it. That goal wasn’t realistic anyway. My body just can’t do that

Sometimes Tight Muscles Need Strength Instead   Muscles are tight for a reason. They are not tight because they hate you and want you to fail, or because they want you to be in pain. Your body is your devoted partner in this life and everything it does, it does because it believes that it’s helping you. So why do muscles get tight, since it is so clearly unpleasant and painful? Why do some muscles seem to be impervious to stretching? Even if they relax for a few blissful moments, not long after