There have been many different things I have been involved with to improve my fitness and competitive levels. I have tried all most all the different workout routines that are out there......well I wouldn't count Zumba as a workout program so I didn't try that one hahah. I have tried most of the different diet or eating routines. I have worked on the different ways to improve my sleep. I have recently been able to learn to control my reactions to much of the outside stimulus as to not get as fired up as I would have 10 years ago (it's still a work in process). And the latest thing has been a morph from some pseudo yoga, Rom-Wod, and a thing called Revolutioner. I'm not a giant fan of yoga honestly. Not because I don't think there are benefits, but I just have a hard time for that long doing the yoga thing. This is what I liked about Rom-Wod. It was yoga and poses to increase my flexibility, but what I liked best was when they did the guided or counted breathing. I found that it allowed me to focus on just that and not too much else. In my crazy world, anytime I can quiet my mind, its a win! The Revolutioner thing is a 12min audio file that has been developed to increase brainwave frequencies to that with of many leaders, high-level entrepreneurs, and athletes. By listening to a particular frequency of music, your brain waves will match that frequency. Once your brain does this, there is an ability to be more focused, calm and prepared to take action. While I listen to this music, I find myself counting my breaths are at least trying to control the pattern. I try to quiet my mind. Its tough at times because I have so much going on but I can tell when I actually am able to get even for a little bit. The end result is a much calmer ME that is ready to take on the day. I know that breathing is so important to our life, and I know that there are breathing techniques out there that are used by everyone from monks to yogis to Navy SEALS that will enable them to control their thoughts and body reactions. They literally can control their autonomous nervous system. One of the big ones right now in this realm is the WimHof Technique. Wim Hof is known as the Iceman. He has swum under ice-cold glacier water and climbed Everest in shorts and shoes only. He says his breathing techniques will allow you to do great things as well as fight off disease. I'm going to play with this and tell you what I find. Testing it out!
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