The Cure for Workout Boredom

Late nights at the office coupled with family obligations and attempting to still have a social life can all make working out feel like a pipe dream. Who has time for hours logged on the elliptical and hundreds of squats? Not to mention, those old moves aren’t exactly inspiring us to bump fitness to the top of our to-do list.

Shake up your routine with these tips from AntiGravity® Fitness Founder, Christopher Harrison. As a world-class athlete, Broadway dancer, and award-winning aerial choreographer, Mr. Harrison helps us turn the repetitive into an exciting new regime with these mind-stimulating, benefit maximizing techniques:

1. Get in Sync Consciously synchronize your breath with your movement. Not only does it oxygenate your blood, bringing fresh nutrients throughout your body, but it also quiets the mind and nurtures focus (and who doesn’t need more focus in our busy world).

2. Include an Inversion When you send fresh blood to the brain it tickles the hypothalamus to release neurotransmitters that help regulate the body. During an inversion the pituitary gland alone will release nine hormones (serotonin, endorphins, oxytocin etc.) that keep your metabolism in check.

3. Try Something NewTake a new fitness class to activate different muscle groups and get past a plateau. The new AntiGravity® AIRbarre class takes the traditional barre method to the sky to

4. Engage Your Brain“When I do any long distance training is when I study new languages,” says Mr. Harrison. There are terrific downloads you can listen and repeat. You’ll be surprised how much you will grasp after a short amount of time.

Christopher Harrison is a world-class athlete, a Broadway dancer and an award-winning Aerial Choreographer to the stars. P!nk and Gwyneth Paltrow are among his clients. Please visit http://www.anti-gravity.com/

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