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  • How can I become more durable? Mentally and Physically

    Posted by Max on March 29, 2023 at 11:51 pm

    To become more durable physically, you can do a few things. First, you can focus on maintaining your natural movement patterns, as seen in super athletes, centenarian sprinters, and indigenous hunter-gatherers. This means practicing the 8 Movement Points, which include a Straight Foot, Inside Ankle Bone High, Columns, Back Chain Dominance, loading energy with Bows, releasing energy with the Corner, controlling the Center of Mass, and maintaining Spinal Freedom and decompression. Focusing on these foundational movements can reduce the risk of non-contact injuries and improve your overall durability.

    Another way to become more physically durable is to target your physical weaknesses and muscle imbalances. This means identifying areas of your body that are weaker or less stable and working on improving them through targeted exercises and stretches.

    To become more durable mentally, you can focus on building grit through failure and trials. This means embracing challenges and setbacks as opportunities for growth and learning. You can develop mental toughness and resilience by pushing yourself outside of your comfort zone and persevering through difficult times.

    Other ways to build mental durability include setting achievable goals, practicing mindfulness and self-awareness, surrounding yourself with positive and supportive people, and taking care of your physical health through exercise and good nutrition.

    In conclusion, physically and mentally, becoming more durable requires maintaining natural movement patterns, targeting physical weaknesses and muscle imbalances, and building mental toughness through failure and trials. By focusing on these areas, you can improve your overall health and well-being and become more resilient in the face of challenges.

    Comment below on how you are working to improve your mental and physical durability.

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