Benefits Of 5 Minutes Daily Leopard Crawl Movements
Take prescription daily, take one sip at a time until medication has been completed! Your daily movement recommended exercise.
A great daily go-to for any Developer, I don’t need to preach about the benefits of being on the move, as a kick-start in morning or evening habit before, during or after sitting solitary for hours on end.
Make getting 5 minutes exercises stretch, yoga, or leopard crawl a habit. You thank yourself in the short and long term.
When it comes to exercise to squeeze in a 5 minutes workout, my go to is too leopard crawl. You may have a different degree of fitness attainment or requirements, but hey any form of crawling will do, baby, leopard, bear or crab crawl would suffice. Just stick at it, you know it’s great for your shoulders, abdo and leg muscle any moves improve posture and wellbeing.
Just find a quiet large enough office space, homely living room indoors or outdoors grassy pitch, tennis court, running track or park, to hit the ground for some crawling time.
No gain no pain, or is it no pain no gain! Whatever dude just move and move again switch the crawling technique for mind over matter and allow the interval timer to tick on…you will feel awesome even 1 or 2 minutes of crawling, and Enjoy have fun!
Even better in the sunshine and yeah it will reboot the magic necessary for brain power and body mindfulness, a connection into feeling good again.
Just 5 mins surely you can spare, so go on break free from the desk and reward yourself with a crawl.
Mindful that to passers by it can look a bit weird.
Therefore you can always pause and throw in a stretch or two or squat till they pass by. But hey they don’t phase me on my crawling exercise challenge or you either.
Awesome now go pat yourself on the back and make sure to factor more crawling in tomorrow. Enjoy the movements above all else, knowing you doing your body a favour, and it’s awesome for your postural health. Happy Hacking and crawling.
Go wisely and slowly, those who rush stumble and fall, Shakespeare.