Is your back bothering you? Looking for a simple yet really effective technique to loosen and open your back muscles? Look no further than your nearest door! Ron walks us through a simple way to stretch out your back as long as you have access to a door.
If you can only do one stretch, what is the single best stretch you can do? While it may seem trite, all you need to do is touch your toes! Considering how basic and simple this stretch is, the truth is most people can't touch their toes despite the effectiveness of this stretch.
Performing daily work tasks with proper form is an easy way to add exercise into your regular work day. Learning how to pick up items correctly is very important for your health and fitness success. Be sure to use your body and legs to lift heavy objects from the ground.
Ron is back with another great Workplace Workout idea for you! Start working on toning your abs and core by simply holding yourself up! Follow along as Ron explains the simple exercise and the benefits behind it.
There are many ways to use steps to help get yourself in proper physical shape. Ron is here to share a fantastic workout that you can do anywhere with a set of stairs.
In our fast paced world, the message of "slow down" is something we all hear but likely do not follow. Taking time in your everyday to regain perspective and center your focus is very important to your overall health. Give your central nervous system a break and just relax.
We have all walked up and down steps before, but did you realize how great steps are for your health? In fact, you can even build workouts off using only steps as a fitness tool. The variety of ways in which you can move up and down the steps allows for numerous muscle regions to be worked out. Start stepping today!
For over 25 years, Ron Morris has provided transformational change to people of all walks of life, including teenagers, college students, SWAT team members, world explorers, entrepreneurs, and professionals.
The Parkinson's Project explores simple but effective ways to restore balance and coordination. Ron has helped students take back control and a semblance of function-ability in their daily lives. Ron continues to develop on-going workshops and is excited to share his success with individuals with Parkinson's.