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But experienced exercisers also benefit from slowing down. It’s a principle called time under tension, which refers to how long your muscles are under tension during an exercise. The slower you move, the harder your muscle fibers have to work to control the motion, which leads to muscle growth, McCall explains. Here are four reasons why slowing down can actually help you accelerate your success, enjoy a deeper sense of fulfillment, and create the life you want.
If you’re erratic and hustling all the time, anger will get the best of you, and you’ll act on it. The adverse effects can undo your progress and keep you from the success you want. Slowing down helps you channel emotions into actions that serve you well and lead to success.
8 Ways to Slow Down (and Get Better Results) Physically slow down. Changing your physical body is a great way to shift your psychology. Start by sitting still.
Put your devices away. Breathe deeply for a few minutes. Sit in meditation. Or, go for a walk outside. Anywhere from 5-20 minutes can create a profound shift.
by Justin Standfield Where do you have your best ideas? Where are you and what are you doing when those moments of clarity come, and you manage to answer those questions that have been niggling you for weeks? I’m going to make some bold predictions here. I’m willing to bet that they will be when you are: Making dinner, probably whilst chopping vegetables and listening to your children moan.
Whether we’re stressed, anxious, or trying to work out how best to achieve what we want, the less we have on our mind, the better life gets. So if we are learning to move away from thinking our way to solutions, what do we do instead? We slow down. We take away.
Being a slow speaker can also make you a good listener, something that might improve with age. Slowing down can also make you more aware of the simple dangers of walking and falling. Enjoy the time that you have. Don’t get caught up in doing nothing but work, trying to make a living, no matter how important this is.
Its equally important to simply enjoy the benefits of slowing down. Sometimes work is better and life is richer when we take the time to slow down. Why? Because those great designers take time with concept after concept and revision after revision before they share what they’re working on. They understand that to produce a quality product means taking the time to stop, drop the project for a minute and then roll back with fresh eyes and new ideas.
5. Slow builds resilience. The lyrics “It’s better to die on your feet than live on your knees” might ring true, but I’m betting you’d still like to be around for a long life. Slow is about building legacy, and along the way, resilience.
That can only be won through endurance.
List of related literature:
|from Advances in Motivation in Sport and Exercise|
|from Optimal Control Theory: An Introduction|
|from Smart Trust|
|from Triathlon Science|
|from Biomechanics of Sport and Exercise|
|from Concurrent Aerobic and Strength Training: Scientific Basics and Practical Applications|
|from Motor Learning and Performance: From Principles to Application|
|from Coaching Children in Sport|
|from Mini Habits for Weight Loss: Stop Dieting. Form New Habits. Change Your Lifestyle Without Suffering.|
|from Psychology of Learning and Motivation|