What is THE most important thing you can do to live a long, healthy and happy life?
I get many questions on what is the one most important thing you need to “do”, to live long, stay strong and stay independent. There is no ONE thing to do, other than breathe, of course. The basics, to eat, sleep, drink water are also very necessary. After the basics, we begin to look at movement and exercise. I am going to Blog for the next few days on the most important movements we need to be doing to stay strong, stay flexible and stay mobile.
First, let’s start with Juicy Joints, a major component of ZENgevity! More than anything else, keeping the joints flexible and mobile are key to feeling less stiffness and staying pain free. Some will say 10 minutes a day is enough. Alas, I have found that a minimum of 20 minutes a day (that can be 10 in the morning and 10 at night) works. What is most effective is 30 minutes a day. You can break this up in 10 or 15 minute intervals to be done morning and evening. Or, you can juice up the joints for 10 minutes before breakfast, during the afternoon crash and before going to bed just like a vitamin.
A simple routine:
7-10 minutes max!
Remember 3X a day! That’s all you need to keep your joints flexible, pain free and you feel calmer, more relaxed for the entire day.
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Practice the juicy joints routine above right now. Feel better? Feel less stiff?
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*The ZENgevity Blog is written by Georgia Lee London, creator of ZENgevity Fitness and Training. It expresses only her personal opinion and is not to reflect or voice the opinion of ZENgevity LLC, ZENgevity teachers or ZENgevity students.