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This is pretty vigorous activity, and invites enthusiastic movement back and forth. Heavy weight, soft muscles, and exuberant swinging, equals an almost guaranteed prescription for injury. Any way you slice it, no matter if you're in shape or out of shape, that much weight, in the form of solid iron, would simply devastate your foot, or leg, or knee, if you somehow lost control and it fell on you.
Not to even mention what it might do to your back, which would be even worse. I don't even like to think about it. And what if you're doing a press with a 35 lb.
Keeping your balance becomes more of a concern as we get older, just under everyday circumstances, so losing your balance while throwing around a 60 lb. I could just see myself ricocheting off of the wall, and reeling around like I was shot out of a slingshot - like a boxer who's just received a knockout shot to the jaw, who's staggering around trying to stay on his feet, just prior to falling on his face.
I don't need it. If you get all carried away while vigorously swinging a 35 lb. The more I think about it, the scarier it seems, and the more convinced I am that I don't need any of these problems. I can assure you: I'll never buy a 60 lb. Call me a coward, but I want to get myself in some kind of physical shape, not endanger my health, and be in constant pain. If you do happen to injure yourself, and continue to fling kettlebells around with abandon, what's to keep it from happening again?
And again? To place yourself in a situation of routinely handling extremely heavy weights, added to being in a weakened physical condition, is virtually an engraved invitation to severely injure yourself.
From what I have seen just in my very brief foray into the kettlebell scenario, I predict that the injuries which have been caused by lifting conventional weights will be but a small blip on the screen, and will pale in comparison to the injuries which will invariably be incurred by kettlebell swinging.
It's not absolutely guaranteed to happen, Mary Stood Weeping - John W. Peterson - It Took A Miracle (Vinyl almost more likely to happen than not to. Swinging a 35 pound kettlebell around is actually an act of barely-controlled violence. For an out-of-shape senior to undertake to do so would be much like climbing into the ring with a professional boxer. You need a strong dose of macho, with equal amounts of throw caution to the winds and devil-may-care, to get in any kind of shape with kettlebells.
A serious case of stupid would definitely qualify. Since I've gotten into all this, I've just read too many instances of serious, long-lasting injuries that people have incurred by lifting heavy weights. It's just not worth it.
It's hard to imagine that anybody who lifts weights, or swings heavy kettlebells around, would ever be surprised when it happened. They talk about how they have lifted weights for years, but that now, years later, their shoulders are ruined, or they've had joints replaced, and they attribute it all to lifting weights. Plus, bodyweight exercises supposedly make you feel invigorated, instead of the constant aches and pains you invariably get from lifting weights.
That would seem to be the whole purpose of working out in the first place. It's hard to see how making yourself hurt all over would be a good thing. All of this was before I knew anything at all about resistance training, or knew that there was any alternative to either lifting weights, kettlebells, yoga, or vigorous exercise.
But the good news is that there definitely is an alternative, and the difference is like night and day. Which brings me to the Miracle Seven: I only just received my book, and did read pretty much all of it, and was very favorably impressed with many things it had to say.
Probably the main thing was just the logic of the whole concept - that lifting weights only means that you are lifting, say, 20 lbs, for example, to increase the force of gravity by that amount of weight, and that your muscles have to overcome 20 lbs to lift it.
Somebody figured out, a long time ago, that you could apply an equal amount of force against the muscles of your body, using your own muscles to achieve the same thing, and do it without any danger of hurting yourself. This made a lot of sense to me, plus the fact that you always have that capability with you - even as you may be out and about, at any particular time or place, and don't have to suit up and drive across town to a gym to lift weights.
The idea of the dynamic tension, which you apply yourself, means that you inject an infinite multiplier into the equation, and you can make this as intense as you sense the need for, at LP) particular moment. As radical as it seemed to me, when I first realized that you were actually expected to swing a kettlebell around that weighed 35 pounds, you can have the effect of handling that much weight, and even more, by the amount of tenseness you decide to utilize, at any given moment, on any move you may be doing, with dynamic tension.
Plus, you can move your muscles through various positions as you tense, and give yourself an instant "massage," as it were, even while standing still. Somehow this beats lifting a dumbbell back and forth for multiple reps, and is much more invigorating. Multiple reps with dumbbells equals boring, time consuming, and produces many aches and pains: Strong dynamic resistance for a few seconds equals invigorating.
Which one sounds more attractive? Plus, that 20 lb dumbbell is always going to weigh 20 lbs, and the 35 lb kettlebell will always weigh 35 lbs. But the arm you use to resist the other arm weighs nothing at all, until you decide to ramp up the resistance, and oppose the other arm, and increase the tension until you "feel the burn," which you do, pretty quick. As I read through the book, I discovered several very interesting things that I did not know.
One was that doing old-fashioned pushups was one of the very best exercises you can do, for virtually your whole body: Your arms, obviously, but also your chest and shoulders, as well as your abdomen. But possibly the most important thing is that it is fantastic for your core muscles - meaning your stomach, as well as back muscles that surround your mid-section. I am living proof that losing the stability of a solid core causes you to become unstable, wobbly, and almost certainly would be a big factor in losing your balance and falling, which is the bane of all seniors everywhere.
As a 16 year old kid in high school, I could do 50 pushups with ease. But that was a long time ago. Now, I struggle to do even one. That is very depressing, and even a little scary - to realize that you can't do a lousy pushup. What has really got me excited about this program is that I can see that it will allow me to strengthen my arms and shoulders enough to be able to do pushups again, and I vividly remember that once you get started doing pushups, it becomes progressively easier to increase the number you can do.
And he says that the pushup is probably the single best exercise we can do, that gives us the most benefit for almost every part of our body.
So as good as the other exercises might be - and I'm sure they are excellent - once I'm able to do at least 25 pushups again, I'll feel like I'm home free - or definitely on the right track. The idea of maintaining your balance seems to Mary Stood Weeping - John W. Peterson - It Took A Miracle (Vinyl of creep up on you, because until it happens to you for the first time, you don't really think of it as being a problem.
Even if you don't actually fall, just the jolt of feeling that it might happen, is alarming. But the loss of core strength is the cause of it, and building up your ability to do pushups would give you a method of "keeping score," as it were, to be able to gauge how good your balance was. What's so amazing about this whole situation is that even though we know we're getting older, LP) ramifications of it all don't really hit us until we have an eye-opening event, and realize, maybe for the first time, that we definitely are getting older, and that we are not immune to the negative effects it has on us, even though we don't like to admit it.
As I write this, and think about the whole subject of being out of shape in your declining years, which definitely describes me I think about the term "Miracle Seven," and realize that it really is a miracle. Just the idea that there is an alternative to the whole weight-lifting scene, and that you can actually achieve the goal of building up your physical strength and stamina by using resistance training, makes me realize that I will have almost without a doubt avoided doing serious harm to myself, especially if I had continued with the kettlebells.
Nobody ever expects an accident to happen to them, but accidents are just that: Accidents - and they happen in a split second, and it's over in an instant, and the damage is done. Except with heavy weights, whether it's a kettlebell or a dumbbell or barbell, the possibility always exists that it may not turn out to be just a small thing: You definitely can get hurt.
In fact, now that John has enlightened me about the down-side of lifting weights, I realize that having an accident while using heavy weights is only one part of the problem. Just the fact that you're overloading your body with all that weight is doing very negative things to your whole physiological makeup, and it's long lasting, and devastating, and permanent, and can't be repaired by nature.
Of course, weight-lifting in general has always been fraught with danger, and it appears that swinging a kettlebell may be even moreso. I just don't want to find out. I want to build up my strength, not cripple myself. That is why I am so grateful to have found this. Not only is lifting heavy weights an invitation to injure yourself, but just the idea, accepted for many years by everyone who has ever lifted weights, that you will hurt all over - all of the time - is part and parcel of the deal.
Every time you take a chance, and say to yourself, "Maybe just one more time," will probably be the time you make a mistake, and "drop the ball," or drop the dumbbell, or kettlebell and screw up your foot, or shoulder, or back. Well, let me just say that here it is only two days later, and I have no idea what I'm doing yet, but I have tried out a few of the moves, and there is absolutely no doubt that I have found what I intend to do to alleviate my lack of physical conditioning.
Just what little I've tried has already paid off in feeling infinitely better after having done them then I did before I did them. That tells me everything I need to know. I'm thrilled, and I can only expect that as I actually learn what I'm doing, I will be even more thrilled. Joseph J.
Truncale Top Contributor: Boxing. This fantastic page book The Miracle Seven by John Peterson and Wendie Pett is filled with practical advice and exercises for anyone seeking to achieve a strong and healthy body. This book is organized into seven chapters.
The remainder of this book demonstrates numerous excellent exercises to add to your fitness program. Even though this book is ten years old, the information is still relevant today. This is truly a complete fitness program which is simple and effective. I really liked this book and its approach to total strength, power and fitness.
If you are seeking a unique approach to fitness you should check out this book Rating: 5 Stars. I am 64 years old with rheumatoid arthritis. I have been doing the 7 Tiger moves for 3 months now and the results are nothing short of astonishing.
It has totally changed the way I look and feel. I have the appearance of a trained gymnast and feel like I am 30 years younger. Would not have believed the claims the writer made if I had not taken the leap of faith.
I thank God every day that I discovered the work of John Peterson and his teachings. I feel that he has provided me the key to the fountain of youth literally. John is a true gift from God and I will continue to be a cheerleader for him for the rest of my life. I can really feel my muscles responding and growing stronger. It does take some effort to learn from descriptions, instructions and pictures in a book.
Many souls are in danger on life's stormy sea. Many things here would hide thy beauty. Men's hearts today are failing. Message all glorious, wonderful to tell. Meu bom Pastor, sabias que me perdi. My faith is not a fabled thing. My heart is running over with the joy of the Lord. My heart is thrilled whenever I think of heaven's glory fair.
Names of kings and rulers we honor. Near to thy heart, O Christ divine. No more I'll wander in the dreadful night of sin and shame. No more will I be wandering in the darkness.
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Sinner friend look away from your failure and loss. Sinner, now pause for a moment I pray. Soldiers of the cross arise and press. Some day life's journey will be over. Some day the clouds will be parted. Some day we'll leave this world of sin. Some day when the toils of life are over. Some day you'll hear God's final call to you. Someday when this age has run the course that God intended. Someone to love me I longed so to meet. Sometime soon all toiling will be past.
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The future veiled before us lies. The heavens will be ringing with our joyous singing. The Holy Spirit came at Pentecost. The love of friend and lover is often sweetly sung. The Savior died a world to save. The Savior was once but a stranger to me. The Savior took hold of my hand one day.
The Spirit is speaking to someone, I know. The week is made of seven days. There are souls adrift from Jesus. There are two ways built for little feet. There never was a truer friend than Jesus. There will never be a sweeter story. There'll be a glad, glad tomorrow. There's a book I've always treasured. There's a melody of gladness that is ringing in my heart.
There's a message in the word I love. There's a new song in my heart. There's a place where sin's forgiven. There's a stairway that winds up to heaven. She was still weeping, when she stooped down. But Mary stood at the tomb weeping without. As therefore she wept, she stooped down into the tomb. Now Mary was standing outside at the tomb, weeping. Then as she was weeping, she stooped-to-look into the tomb. But Mary stood at the sepulchre without, weeping.
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