Productivity: A Beginners Guide on How to Boost Your Productivity and Get Motivated by Vlado Martinson

(269b) A Beginners Guide on How to Boost Your Productivity and Get Motivated

Productivity: a beginners guide on how to boost your productivity and get motivated


This book provides readers with an easy-to-understand treatment of all aspects of Operations Management and explains the expanded coverage of the role of Operations Management in the organization. Manufacturing and service operations are given equal treatment.

This book will help you understand the true meaning of productivity and some habits you need to develop to help you increase your productivity at work and in life.

The trunk of the tree is training yourself to feel positive emotions, managing your focus and practicing mindfulness. The fruits of all these actions will be extraordinary productivity that will enable you to put your goals into action and feel fulfilled.

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Secondary Genre: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General

Language: English

Keywords: time management, time management for busy people, time management for women, small business, time management system, procrastination, productivity

Word Count: 8226

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Stretching is an important and powerful part of any exercise program, including walking. Most aerobic and strength training exercises, such as walking, inherently cause muscles to contract and tighten, causing sore and aching muscles. Stretching your muscles after your walking routine is important to prevent them from becoming stiff and sore.

Stretching your muscles after your walk will help improve the range of motion in your joints, increase blood circulation and help to prevent sore muscles.

As in most things, it is necessary to know and become familiar with certain rules so that you gain the most from your new walking routine. To begin with, it is important to remember to never stretch cold muscles. The best time to stretch your muscles is after your walk or during your walk, once you have warmed up. However, if you know you have problem areas in your body, these areas can be stretched prior to beginning your walk.

The best warm-up exercise for your walk is to start with a five (5) minute walking warm-up. Start by walking at a medium pace and then slowly increase your pace so that by the end of the five minutes, you can easily begin your walking routine by continuing into it.

Stretching your muscles after you exercise can help you to increase the range of motion in your joints. Remember to begin your stretch slowly and hold it gently. Only stretch to the point of feeling a gentle pull, but never to the point of pain. If you do feel pain, you have gone too far.  Forget “No Pain No Gain”; it does not apply to us in our walking routine.

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