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The bottom line from the research is that your posture is actually a major factor in determining how well your brain functions. So naturally, postural alignment is important. If you watch Naudi’s film, he appears to be in kyphosis, and that is what he emphasizes.
Naudi, there’s been a lot of high-quality research in the neuroscience field in the last 10 years about the link between posture and brain health, and how we can change our posture to better function. Read that article. We have movement dysfunctions, right? This BMJ paper addresses that.
Ive done my research on this man he might not have much money, but he has time, Im fully prepared for whatever is thrown at me, Naudis has released a silver bullet to all problems, People, I need advice on how to build the most powerful and change your life with the silver bullet of Naudis amazing invention. I was watching his videos yesterday for the first time for 6 months he reminded me of this fellow
I read the next part and felt bad for having to say this but Naudi is wrong. The reason we lift is to build strength and the reason we build strength is to be able to move more, lift more, and do more. He states in this article that it is smart to have a squat and deadlift program to complement a program that was designed for CrossFit. I dont care if he calls CrossFit a bunch of bullshit, but I take offense to the statement that it does not equip the muscle groups and power development for moving more and lifting more. I will give you my honest opinion, and it is this.
It’s also important to remember that although good posture is an ideal, you don’t have to be a \”perfect\” posture to be successful. If the most important thing you need to do is keep the center of mass between the feet, that can be achieved with good posture or bad posture. 86d5c3d5b0e5
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