Meditation and Exercise: Qi ‘Gong and High-Intensity Interval Training – Benefits
Qi’ Gong incorporates deep breathing with good standing or sitting posture to give you all sorts of relief. Qi’ Gong is designed to relieve stress, balance hormones, improve organ function, improve the effects of dietary changes, contribute to the detoxification process, and create healing space within the body. As Dr. Oz says, Qi’Gong is a great way to tap into our natural energy and, in turn, combat the aging process. And there’so chanting.
High-Intensity Interval Training, or HIIT, is more beneficial than repetitive motion movement. HIIT promotes cardiovascular health, helps with weight loss goals, and restores strength. Each routine takes only a few minutes, which makes HIIT easy to incorporate into your busy day. And, best of all, it can be done in the comfort of your own home.
Used together, Qi’Gong meditation and High-Intensity Interval Training help you exercise smarter and with a clearer mindset.
Supporting the Five Pillars of Health
Qi ‘Gong and High-Intensity Interval Training fit into the Fitness Pillar, but both services support and encourage results in the Nutrition Pillar, especially when practiced as part of your tailored wellness plan.
See what weMED’s founder has to say about it!
Dr. Bing You has practiced Qi’ Gong, Tai Chi, and Martial Arts for over 28 years. He believes that a healer has to be strong and healthy mentally and physically to help others.
Dr. You teaches his clients to use a combination of Qi’ Gong and High-Intensity Interval Training to:
- Address emotional disturbances
- Assist in pain management
- Correct energy fluctuations
- Improve sleep
- Increase range of motion
- Reduce stress
- Support weight loss