Your Olympic Village movement experts are back… this time, to give you their top tips for getting moving.

Our goal is to give you each of their unique perspectives on movement, what it takes to be healthy, and…

….most importantly…

how you can easily integrate better quality movement into your life.

Over the series, you will learn:

  1. Who are the go-to experts in Olympic Village when it comes to movement
  2. The first step is you can take to increase the quality of movement in your life
  3. The easiest way to get fit in the least amount of time

Each of these professionals agrees…

…when you increase the quality of movement in your life, you will have:

  • increased energy
  • improved stamina
  • more endurance
  • better coordination
  • restful sleep, and quite frankly…
  • a happier life!

This post is for someone who is having difficulty incorporating adequate movement in their busy lives.

Whether you’re a former athlete and have fallen off-track with training…

… or someone that has never been active.

This post will give you the first steps for easily and effectively boosting your activity.

Let’s see what the experts have to say…

WHAT IS THE FIRST STEP SOMEONE CAN TAKE TO INCREASE THEIR ACTIVITY?

 

SIMON “THOR” DAMBORG

OWNER/HEAD COACH @ RAINCITYATHLETICS.CA

Start slow and simple!
Everyone is eager to jump into (or back into) extreme programs looking for dramatic results right off the bat – which not only increases the risk of injury but also the chances that they end up quitting or dropping off again.

The hardest thing to do is remember to focus on the long term and build a basic healthy lifestyle where physical activity (of any kind) is a regular occurrence.

Once this base is developed you can begin to increase the intensity and complexity of the exercises and routines.

We treat every athlete at Raincity Athletics exactly like that… AS AN ATHLETE.

Whether you’re a professional or you just got off the couch for the first time your training program should follow the same basic principals of periodization and preparation before you get into the aggressive stuff.

I believe that building a strong base is best achieved through small lifestyle changes and a supportive community

…as these are the things that will guarantee longevity in health whether you’re aggressively training or not.

Check out the full post to see the other experts advice: http://www.thepowerhousevancouver.com/boost-activity-4-experts/