“While attempting to warm up ready to lift the entire weight, the body needs time to prime and start up. A quick run and the blood begins to circulate to the familiar feel of instant adrenaline. Able to continue on through the rough start up and ready for the complete lift of 300 pounds from the power lifter. Paying attention to the body with years of experience and taming of the body results in extraordinary abilities that amateur participants may not be able to compete with. Also, the powerlifter knows when enough is enough.
With care an attention the power lifter has harnessed the immaculate blueprint of the human body to their maximum potential in an area of expertise, lifting insane amounts of weight. Years of balanced eating and training are the requirements for the symptoms experienced here”
Paying Attention To The Body
With due diligence and care we all know the human body is capable of a list of things that are unheard of to people who have no experience. Able to create a balance in life to where the physical body is being trained. Having a sense of belief and to not become overwhelmed by goals and small tasks, huge results are inevitable. With a balance of healthy eating, good mental health practices and physical training the body can become a machine.
With all of this being said, one must listen to the messages of the body as well. Paying attention to the signals being sent out because the body will tell you when it needs to stop or when it needs more fuel. Also, it will make you aware when down time is needed or more training is necessary. There must be a healthy balance between what you are putting out and taking in.
Your body will speak to you, so long as you are listening. The messages that are sent can be deciphered into helping for the better development of self.
Question For The Day
Do you listen to the messages that the body sends when it either needs more or less? Are you able to balance your physical body to handle the outside requirements of life?
The body should be considered a temple. Requiring maintenance and continuous care until the day it decides to shut down, for good.
Be aware of what you are putting into your body as it will determine what is put out. You put in junk you get out junk. If you don’t move much, you won’t move much. You lack physical training? Don’t expect to be able to compete against those who do.
It’s all a game we should be willing to participate in for the greater good of not only ourselves but humanity as a whole.
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Written By: Will