This new way to work with my body also nourished my personal growth, not just my biceps. In Mindful Strength, I talk about things like “higher consciousness, “chakras,” and “auras,” which may give you the impression I’ve taken a chemically-induced vacation.I assure you that I’m not on a magic mushroom trip, and that these terms are scientifically researched and used within our program in a practical fashion.Many of us have an abusive relationship with our bodies, internally beating ourselves up every time we look in the mirror or step on the scale.
As a result, you will find your workouts progressively more nourishing and enjoyable.
Another basic difference is that with Mindful Strength Training, we vividly focus on the muscles we’re training and the energy surrounding those areas, whereas in traditional strength training, we typically focus on the actual weights we’re lifting (from Point A to Point B).
The research is clear about this, despite the old paradigm that still exists.
Strength training gives you a metabolic spike (revs up your metabolism) for over 60 minutes after a workout, because your body is trying hard to help your muscles recover.
Specific workouts and nutrition plan suggestions are provided to help guide you through this journey of mind and body.
You’ll learn to focus on your muscles and the energy surrounding them as opposed to the actual training for a more internal and less external exercise.This is a great starting point to get on track with a mindful strength training routine, and I’ll show you how meditation can be integrated into any exercise you choose.is a newly evolved form of traditional strength training, let me explain why it is the superior practice for enhancing the physicality of the human body.Why is it important to practice daily meditation in parallel with the strength training routine?Besides the abundant physiological benefits and healing properties of meditation, daily practice progressively conditions the mind and body toward higher consciousness, and primes us for maximum output during workouts.This diligent process leads you to begin to accept yourself more, and the people around you will also a difference in your presence.