Elliptical Machine (Trainer) – A Great Learner (Alexander Technique, Posture, Pain, Strain, Injuries)(Albuquerque)

by ethankind on May 16, 2018

This ebook, An Alexander Technique Approach to Using the Elliptical Trainer, is published on this website in a PDF format. It is very detailed and practical, and it will give you the physical tools you need to take the limits off of your ability to create an effortless elliptical technique.
This ebook is also for sale on all AMAZON websites in a KINDLE format.
Located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A.

DO NOT BECOME ATTACHED TO YOUR TECHNIQUE WHEN YOU YOU RUN OR GOLF OR PLAY AN INSTRUMENT ETC. BE COMMITTED TO YOUR TECHNIQUE, BUT NOT ATTACHED. What do I mean?

When you adopt a technique to master an activity, I assume you are choosing the best technique available to you at the time, from the best instructor you can find. So, definitely commit to mastering the technique and doing your best.

But what if a few months or years down the line you discover a better way to run or play golf or play your instrument, then what?

Will it be fairly easy for you to adopt the new better technique? It will if you haven’t become attached to the first technique. Let me define attached to a technique. It means you are so heavily invested in the technique, that to change it creates emotional difficulty. This means that even if you can see that the new technique is superior, you struggle to adopt it, because the old technique seemed the best possible way to do what you’re doing.

It was my experience as a classical guitarist that as I got better and better on the guitar and studied with better and better teachers, I was being shown a better and better guitar technique by each guitar teacher. I STRUGGLED like mad to learn the new technique as quickly as I could.

STRUGGLED is the important concept here. I had been so sure that each time I revamped my guitar technique that I had found the best final way to play the guitar, that when I was shown a better way, it was tough on me. So, I went into a depression, feeling I had wasted so much time with an inadequate technique.

Since I wanted to be a great guitarist, I put a lid on my depression and forced myself to master the new technique as quickly as I could. I put in endless hours mastering the new technique.

I WAS A SLOW LEARNER. What do I mean?

If I was truly open to a new improved way to play the guitar, I would not have gotten depressed and quickly learned the new way without endless hours of practice.

Is there a way where you can be open to an effortless way to learn quickly to evolve your running, golfing, or playing a musical instrument technique? YES!

Find an Alexander Technique teacher, and let the Alexander teacher teach you the principles of the technique, and how to apply them to whatever activity you want to master.

The Alexander Technique teacher will teach principles of great posture and movement in such a way, that you can apply them to all specialized and non-specialized activities. This will allow you to have one heck of a good time dismantling everything you’ve been taught about how you do what you’re doing, and create a way to run, golf, play a musical instrument, without straining your body and to excel at the activity.

You will become a great learner, because you will be taught how to be your own great teacher, by using the Alexander Technique principles of great body use to effortlessly master and evolve your technique in whatever activity.

The Alexander Technique recognizes that in mastering an activity that you are always in movement, and that rigidly defined positions will create pain and limitation in whatever the activity.

FIND AN ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE TEACHER AND LEARN TO BE A GREAT LEARNER!

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