If you work out, or you’re active, you’re one of two types of people-those who you can see struggling, and those you can’t. The problem is that those who can’t perceive those who can as show-offs, pretentious people who care about the way exercise looks. They partly don’t copy this method because they’re afraid others will perceive them this way, and partly because the simple task of doing so is quite difficult. So they continue to struggle, as others they see try their best to keep their bodies “quiet,” not realizing that the constant struggle destroys the form of their movements, and causes the exercise to work against them. This may cause uneven and unwanted muscle growth, and even worse, lead to injury that prevents them from wanting or being able to exercise.
The truth about exercise and it’s long processes is that it becomes a series of long processes through a daily understanding of forms, and this is the only way it truly works in the ways we’d all like. In short, making your movements look better are the first and main step in making your exercise more effective. Most exercise should be done in a mirror, only because examining the form, building muscle memory and connective tissue, and connecting sight, to breath, to movement is the only way a person can get the full understanding of the job they’re about to do for their bodies.
Remember to keep your body quiet as you exercise. Meaning, limit your movements other than the ones you’re doing to actually exercise. Limit all of your movements, you’ll see how much more you get done, and how much time you will save.