We are not made the same way; while some diets work for people, they don’t work for others. In the same way, we all have different body types. If you know your body type, you can use this knowledge to improve your fitness regime and create an exercise routine that works best for your composition.
If you find regular workouts too strenuous, Low Pressure Fitness might be a good option for you. It is the type of workout that will help you make the most of your body type – whichever category it might fall into – and target the areas you would like to work on.
The Endomorph Body Type
A person with the endomorph body type has a low metabolism and is often curvier than others. You might hear the phrase “big-boned”, but this doesn’t mean that they are overweight. People with the endomorph body type are more inclined to put on weight. They often have a different distribution of body fat, more focused on the stomach, hips and thighs. High Impact Training with Low Pressure Fitness can be used to target these specific areas and improve body shape. Through the breathing and postural techniques you will be able to strengthen your core and get the most out of your posture.
The Mesomorph Body Type
People with the mesomorph body type are naturally more compact and muscular. Genetics has a lot to do with this. In general, they find it easier to lose or gain weight. They are often more athletic and have narrower waists and thinner joints than other body types. Low Pressure Fitness training program which includes hypopressives and stretching poses can strengthen core fitness and help people with a mesomorph body type to retain a good fitness level, breathing, and posture.
The Ectomorph Body Type
People with the ectomorph body type are naturally very slender and thin. They have a lower proportion of body fat and less muscle bulk. They have long limbs and thinner bodies. People with this body type often find it difficult to build up muscles through workout and weight lifting. However they generally have a fast metabolism and can eat more without putting on weight. The Low Pressure Fitness low intensity program can help achieve more elasticity and toned core for this body type. The focus on myofascial stretching, posture and breathing will help to gradually build up a strong fitness foundation with no impact or high intensity training.
No matter your body type, Low Pressure Fitness is an ideal low intensity program to combine with your fitness routine. Its your perfect partner. The breathing and myofascial stretching exercises are of benefit to everyone. Less pressure, more life with Low Pressure Fitness.
Post written by Jane Sandwood , by Total Shape.