Only the constant drip wears away the stone
Yes, also granite!
This phrase can already be found among the Romans. In ancient scripts one reads in Latin: “Gutta cavat lapidem” – Constant dripping wears away the stone. In the course of time one finds the idiom a little longer: “The drop wears away the stone not through force, but through constant falling.” (In Latin: Gutta cavat lapidem non vi sed saepe cadendo.)
It means that perseverance leads to the goal. A drop of water alone cannot harm a stone. However, a steady drop over a longer period of time on a rock gradually creates a hollow.
The same goes for our body. Twice a week is the average that most people can bring themselves to integrate some sport into everyday life .
Better than nothing!
But would you think of only brushing your teeth twice a week ?! I think you brush your teeth at least twice a day – only this regular signal will keep your dental hygiene and oral flora healthy.
Again, exercising twice a week is better than nothing, but 15 minutes a day is far more effective than 3 hours twice a week!
If you give your body a signal every day – at a similar time – for example with 3 minutes of skipping, a couple of push-ups and two stretches.
15 minutes every day should be feasible, right?
Just turn your time around and you will become younger with me – from day to day, from exercise to exercise – I will be happy to accompany you on this journey with certainty.
No matter what age you are, your body aligns itself with the signals you give it.
Preferably with a physiotherapeutically valuable device such as a Bellicon. If we give your body a signal every day – at a similar time – for example with 3 minutes on the Bellicon hops, a couple of push-ups and two stretches, and then something would change! Very quickly, you just have to do it and get used to it! Imagine HERE your own Bellicon together.
Try it out and book a large piece of health and quality of life for yourself or your employees.
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