Norman wrote:Hi folks,
I´m back again! Having gained a certain control over my health, I´m getting now deeper into the practice of Maxalding. I hope you all are doing well, I will report my momentary program sharing my results!
Here is my program:
Morning routine: H, J, B, W
Spread intervals: D, C
Evening session: X, G, AA, CC, Y, P, K and horizontal or vertical pulling movement, LB
A big hug to everyone, Norman
Norman wrote:My Maxalding diary part 2 Tuesday, 03.28.2017
The "no pain, no gain"-bias
It´s just a few days ago since I wrote my first entry here... As I´m travelling a little bit next week so here comes part 2. As I were starting to immerse into the magic of Maxalding I met an old friend of mine which seduced me to "work out" till I was tired. It was what I call the "no pain no gain" bias. When we train seriously a few years we learn from books or coaches or YT tutorials. What do we have out there? When we want to build mass we are told to crank out repetitions until failure. When we want to reduce body fat we are induced to train HIIT´s for the EPOC effect, the torch that burns fat. Very tiring indeed...
This leads to the expectation to feel tired and "powered out", as we say in Germany after training. No tiredness, no success. When we are not exhausted, we did not enough! No pain, no gain. Shock the muscle, Arnie says! Tear it down until it begs for mercy and a quick death.
So with this mindset to begin Maxalding is a bad idea. And that happened to me after some Maxalding sessions. I felt good, energized, calm and relaxed yet strong and awake. But...Stop! Can it be I did not enough? Shouldn´t I feel tired? Can I build muscle without killing my biceps? These were odd feelings and I realized that there was a strong bias dwelling within me... And that I had to let go of these ideas! Why? I knew that I would harm my health following the usual training methods. The Lyme-germs in my body would dance celebrating my defeat if I followed the common workout regimes...
Maxalding is something completely different! It is about energy conservation and distribution. It is about health and accumulation and storing of vital force! It is about feeling strong and relaxed after cultivating. Thats why I love this art. And.... I can promise to every one that commits him or herself to Maxalding that it will yield results! As long as he or she sticks carefully to the given instructions of course...
A nice week to every one and keep Maxalding,
with kind regards, Norman
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