Did you know that you can be under-dosed or over-dosed with exercise?

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sweet spot. diminishing returns. harmful dose

 

Did you know that exercise and it’s results are dose-dependent?

And, that not everyone responds equally to the same exercise.

Exercise can be under-dosed or over-dosed very easily!

The sensitivity of this concept is based on the persons health and their movement capabilities.

A few years ago while taking Zhealth Performance’s course, Essentials of Elite Performance, we got 10 minutes into the first day, I flipped to page 7 and saw a similar diagram to this one.

No exaggeration, my life drastically changed in that moment both personally and professionally.

This simple image described something I already knew but wasn’t actually practicing accurately enough.

With a big fearful gulp we decided to restructure our entire business basing it off of this new knowledge and integrity.

It was time to accept being wrong but more importantly, it was time to know when we were wrong by learning how to assess our clients every move.

And, this simple idea became the cornerstone of our business and the reason why our clients have all of their success.

It’s a simple game but extremely deep with its variables.

Much deeper then we will ever understand.

Find the sweet spot and avoid diminishing returns or the harmful-dose.

The minimum effective dose is where the magic is.

Not a day goes by that I don’t say thank you for “the information.”

It’s the simple things…

Taylor Kruse_5 reebokAbout the Author:

Taylor Kruse is dedicated to empowering you with the truth and tools for improved health and performance.

His inspiration stems from more than 10 years of education and coaching through systems like Zhealth Performance, The Burdenko Method, and various movement practices.

 

 

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