Every moment, of every day, right now and forever…the Central Nervous System is at work for you.
As you read this text, your brain processes the information and helps you rationalize the importance to your life. But there is so much more going on!
The Central Nervous System relays charges of information for your current posture, breathing, blood pressure, muscles and even your digestion.
The central nervous system is composed of the brain and spinal cord. Your brain and spinal cord serve as the main “processing center” for the entire nervous system, and control all the workings of your body.
Respect your Central Nervous System, for Fat Loss and Quality of Life
Take Olympic weightlifters, for example. They might train several times a day, everyday. Does this lead to overtraining?
Not necessarily. The goal of Olympic weightlifters is not to build as much muscle as possible, but to train complex, full body movements with skill and habit. There is no time to think — no time to rationalize. You do, or you do not. This is the Central Nervous System at work.
What regular people can learn from CNS cultivation…
Understand that the human body is designed for purpose and rhythm. From hormones to emotions, and muscle to digestion, we need to treat our intrinsic purpose with respect.
Listen to your body: It knows more than you…
- Prevent Swine Flu: Healthy internal digestion with Probiotics, along with immune boosters from whole foods
- End fatigue: Go to sleep at the same time every night
- BURN Fat: Make healthy eating habitual
- Build Muscle: Prime the CNS with a set of less than 3-rep Max, then perform 8+ reps for muscle Hypertrophy.
- Reduce Stress: Emotional release techniques
- Combat Unnecessary Anxiety: Believe in yourself
The first step is realizing that there is so much more to you, who you are as a person, than just your rational thought.
The human body is primed for survival and replication — yet, we can release from limitation. Progress shall never be halted when you realize the CNS as your ally. For that which it is, the Central Nervous System is responsible for success in all forms.