Micro-dosing exercise involves breaking down workouts into bite-sized, manageable increments of time and intensity. By focusing on short, intense bursts of exercise strategically placed throughout the day, we can tap into the body's natural response to stimulus, unlocking the potential for remarkable fitness gains.
Micro dosing is the practice of taking a larger exercise dose and breaking it into smaller parts that can be done throughout the day. It is being studied to see how effective it is in promoting long-term health.
Microdosing exercise is a way of breaking up an amount of exercise that would normally be prescribed into smaller amounts and completing them throughout the day. This allows for more frequent and shorter workouts that can be more easily fit into a person's schedule, allowing them to become healthier and better prepared for activities they love.
Micro dosing exercise and movement throughout the day can help to reduce stress on the spine, increase circulation, and ultimately improve long-term health.
Incorporate microdosing and movement into your daily routine by attaching the purpose to something you love doing, taking smaller doses more frequently throughout the day, and picking an exercise and environment that is conducive to microdosing.
I introduced microdosing to my business partner's grandma in order to help her prepare for gardening. This inspired us to create our company, Seven Movements, which uses microdosing to help people improve their cardiorespiratory fitness and reduce the risk of cancer. We are also researching its effects on type two diabetes and Parkinson's disease.