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Move or Die: How the sedentary life is killing us and how movement not exercise can save us
Sitt, Tim
Self-Counsel Press / Softcover / 2017-01-01 / 1770402810
Wellness & Chronic Health Issues
price: $19.95 (may be subject to change)
200 pages
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Being sedentary represents years of habitual restrictions placed on our bodies. It is a subtle oppression of our limbs that eventually results in widespread stagnation in many areas of our lives. Most of us have learned to ignore the signals of our bodies and quietly accept feelings pain or discomfort. This is particularly true in the office setting where we spend most of our time locked in chairs behind desks.

Move or Die introduces movement as a mindset that focuses on the skills of becoming aware of rigid and unhealthy patterns, exploring choices and moving towards healthier possibilities.

The freedom to move our bodies is central to the experience of optimal health. Movement is the key to accessing resources, creativity and innovation that can otherwise be trapped when our bodies and our minds are locked in the sitting position for hours on end. Move or Die offers the key to a healthy future.

The download kit includes:

• Written exercises to get you thinking about moving
• A ThinkMOVE journal you can use to track your progress
• Web resources, further reading, and more!

About the Author:

Tim Sitt is the creator of the MOVE program. Initially, he developed MOVE in his efforts to heal his chronic back pain, and found after a month his back pain was gone never to return. He started to incorporate bits of exercise throughout his day and lost 20 pounds of his “office” fat- while he was at it. Not only did he find that MOVE improved his physical well- being, he also found significant improvements in his mood, energy, and focus. He is embarking on an adventurous journey to change the prominent sedentary culture to help businesses have happier and healthier employees. Tim’s background as a Personal Trainer and Child and Family Therapist makes him well suited for creating the MOVE program that integrates physical and mental health.

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