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When the mind begins to wobble, adjust your balance
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Bollywood’s Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, the Indian news media tells us, is training to shed her post-pregnancy weight. Now that her daughter Aaradhya has turned one, Ash, as she is known, is gearing for a comeback.

I have a few recommendations for the Indian film beauty (and it’s not a new diet or exercise regimen; nothing physical, in fact). What I am recommending has to do with the mind: she must work to improve her neural networks to be precise.

In my eternal quest for self-improvement without too much work, I have developed quite an arsenal of tips and tricks that offer maximum weight-loss for the, ahem, weights. The latest addition to my repertoire is the wobble board, and through it, I hope to get washboard abs.

A wobble board is a circular platform with a ball underneath. You stand on it and wobble. Physical therapists use it to improve balance, core strength, stability and proprioception – a Latin word implying the connections between various body parts. Standing on the wobble board, the thinking goes, connects your feet to your brain and helps focus the mind.

Although that particular theory sounds, well, wobbly, it has precedent. Lots of geniuses have relied on movement for inspiration and focus. Apple’s cofounder Steve Jobs famously took a walk to discuss ideas. Mark Twain paced while dictating his stories. Beethoven walked along the Danube River and through the woods for inspiration. Taming the body’s nervous energy can, it seems, focus the mind. Perhaps there is a psychobiological element to creativity; and since mine can use all the help it can get, I decided to try this technique.

Source: Muscle Flexing

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