If you want to burn calories, and get an upper and lower body workout, you can benefit from this “exercise snack” (especially if you are short on time and want to work your whole body).
“Jumping Jacks” might seem too simple to make a difference, but they might just change your life if you try them, and do them well!
Warning: Jumping Jacks are one of the most misunderstood exercises and when not done well can be dangerous and degenerative.
Why plan your day around exercise when you can integrate Intermittent Movement right into your daily life? The Akira Concept’s Stack Conditioning is the answer. Research has shown that if we are less sedentary and move more, we live longer. The genius of this workout? We utilize “exercise snacks” (simple moves done correctly with purpose) … bursts of easy-to-remember movements focusing on form and connection are “stacked” right into your day. It won’t take much for you to start realizing the benefits and seeing results from this way of working out without the need for a structured training program. Best of all, it’s convenient … from your office to your kitchen, it can be done anywhere.
Know Your Why
to boost cardio
to build mobility in your shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles
to improve your Wellness Intelligence
When should I do these?
A few times a week in rotation with other cardio exercise snacks … at any time of day … especially when you want to release stress and get a dopamine hit!
How do I do these?
Join our Stack Conditioning Studio in The Wellness Intelligence Collective and get a weekly Exercise Snack plus the motivation and accountability that come along with being part of our community. Incorporate a minute or more of this Exercise Snack into your day in addition to your other multi-dimensional movements for Stack Conditioning success. We also invite you to take the Stack Conditioning Learning Lab and work with us interactively online to learn and understand the what, how and why of getting Stacked!
Our personal result?
We feel reset, stronger, and pain-free.
*not all movement patterns affect everyone the same way … it’s should always be about the way you feel … find the ones that work for you every week.