FloWalking [http://www.flowalking.com/] has become a career dedication for me. I have personally witnessed such outstanding positive effects from individuals who have adopted this completely innovative way of walking that I am committed to do everything within my power to spread the word so that as many people as possible around the world will be able to enjoy its considerable benefits.
Some of the latest medical research has demonstrated a link between the posture and poses you adopt in your everyday life. This is an hitherto unsuspected link to hormonal balance in your body based on your physical actions. I’ve just written a post at [www.flowalking.com/2011/11/a-simple-secret-to-walking-longer-faster-and-harder] discussing these important clinical studies.
Researchers have proven that persons and animals judged to be physically stronger and more powerful than their peers are found to have higher levels of testosterone and lower levels of cortisol in their body. Consider testosterone Popeye’s Spinach and cortisol Superman’s Kryptonite and you’re starting to catch the drift.
…If we can have high testosterone and low cortisol not only could we delay or better endure the pain of muscle fatigue and thereby walk further, faster and harder, but we would likely boost our immune system, prevent high blood pressure and improve our memory.
Check out that post and let me know what you think. The prospect that posture has hormonal benefits is certainly an astounding new development in medical science and one that promises future breakthroughs in the field.