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There is a lot of debate about this topic in the running world still. The "180 as optimum" was taken after viewing footage of elite marathoners mid race, and counting steps. There has been some confirmation that some marathoners train at that cadence as well, but there have been just as many that don't fall into that range. What I've found as a coach, is ...


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You may be interested in learning more about the Qi Gong exercises as part of a practice in Kung Fu which these Shaolin monks demonstrate in this video which you may already be familiar with as you mentioned you're already practicing martial arts. They appear to require much discipline and effort but appear to be highly effective as well, as far as ...


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There's no specific exercise that will deliver what you ask for, but there is plenty of research showing that 30+ mins or general aerobic exercise will deliver physical and cognitive benefits, have a read of: Neurobiological effects of physical exercise or Shorter term aerobic exercise improves brain, cognition, and cardiovascular fitness in aging. So simply ...


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Balance improves the mental capacity of brain and makes it easy to control body. So i suggest u to improve your workouts for balance. That means, use dumbbels instead of machines and bars. Body weight workouts improve that also. And the most importantly u should take care of your diet for mental improvement. Comsume seafood a lot, add nuts to your snacks, ...



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