This exercise is effective for the prevention of shrinkage of the body height caused by ageing, and it is one of the most effective anti-ageing exercises. 

 A tree with branches near the ground is an ideal object for this exercise.
Stand under the branch and the distance from the branch and your head should be between one to two inches.
Put both your hands with the palms facing the branch on top of the head than rise up on your toes till you touch the branch with your palm, and try to push the branch with your hands and head for about a second long.

Repeat this action two or three times.

Immediately after performing this activity, you will have a felling of an overall better wellbeing.

For the time of doing this exercise, each and every particle of the body is exposed to the force of gravity that is stronger than 1G. As the stronger we are pushing the object, the more we are exposing the body to the force of simulated pull of gravity that is above 1G (simulated hyper gravity).

By doing this exercise, we are generating strength that is able to resist the pull of gravity above 1G, and that will have the consequence that we will be able, with more ease to resist the force of gravity that is 1G. By doing normal daily activity, we will be able to support and to carry our own body weight with more ease.

As we are able to support and to carry our own body weight with more ease, we will be able to maintain a correct body posture with more ease.

This exercise is in the same time a weight bearing exercise which is involving the whole body, and the resistance exercise involves each particle of the body.

Improvement of the postural strength and the postural stability will enable us to support and to carry our own body weight with more ease and that will positively affect physical and mental wellbeing.

We are taller in the morning than in the evening because of the constant downward pull of the Earths gravity and on each particle in our body.

Deterioration of postural strength has for the consequence of bigger differences between the morning body height and the evening body height. Increased differences between morning and evening body height have the consequences of increased loss in the body height over a period of time. Increasing postural strength is effective and the only way to prevent and to counteract the loss of body height.
“Pushing an object in the direction opposite to the pull of gravity” is one of the exercises which is not necessary to do on a regular basis. How long and how often to do this exercise should depend on the balance between these two rules. The first rule is; “the more you exercise the fitter you will be” and the second rules is; “everything should be done in moderation”. Occasionally practicing this exercise will positively affect postural strength and stability. (The more you practicing this exercise, the more you will be fitter to support and to carry your own body weight.)

“Pushing an object in the direction opposite to the pull of gravity” is a highly effective exercise for the loss of excessive fat mass.

Please note! You will not lose body fat mass by doing this or any other physical activity because by doing physical activity, the body spends more energy. Theories about weight gain and weight loss like “because of burning calories body is losing weight” and “weight gain happens because of positive and weight loss happen because of negative energy balance” are based on a misunderstanding of the biological basis (underlining mechanism) of fat mass formation. (On the one side, those theories are based on a misunderstanding of the progression of the body fat mass and on the other side, on a misunderstanding of the fat mass regression.)
The biological basis and underlining mechanism of the regression of the fat mass, bone mass and muscle mass is explained in the first part of this book.

The underlining mechanism of weight loss that will be produced by doing postural and motor skill exercise is: this physical activity will enhance your strength and mobility and that will have the consequence of enhanced ability to support and to carry your own body weight and it will enhance the gait pattern and body posture, and that will result in the enhanced efficiency of supporting and carrying your own body weight.

The enhanced efficiency of supporting and carrying your own body weight will cause the absence of mechanical stimulation on the fat tissues. The absence of mechanical stimulations (on the fat tissues) will cause fat mass regression.

Being fit doesn’t mean having normally developed or overdeveloped muscles, but it means having the ability to support and to carry own body weight with some degree of ease.

The fitness level is determined by the easiness degree of supporting and carrying own body weight.

The improved ability to support and to carry own body weight will cause weight loss (fat mass loss).

 Biomechanics and Weight Loss – B/W Edition

Biomechanics and Weight Loss – Colour Edition

 

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