The Tone-up Workout
Seven minutes - three
times a week
facet of life, from mental health to longevity, is affected by physical fitness.
People who are not fit are fatigued more often, are not as mentally efficient,
and succumb more frequently to colds and flu for longer lengths of time, than
those who stay in shape. This is particularly true of people in sedentary jobs
who believe they are too tired or too busy to exercise.
The physical benefits of exercise are readily apparent in
good muscle tone, a trim figure, increased stamina, and improved co-ordination.
Furthermore, exercise creates a feeling of well-being that enhances efficiency
and reduces stress. Generally, life feels better in a well-toned body, one that
is healthy, alert, and comfortable to bear.
The Tone-up workout stimulates the skeletal structure, the
muscles, and nervous system, as well as the major joints in the body. Begin with
the first reflex area listed below, working on your left hand. Then move to the
same reflex area on your right hand. Continue alternating the reflexes on the
left and right as you work them in the order listed below. Be sure to
co-ordinate the pressure with your breathing and visualize the body parts you
1. The Solar
Plexus Reflexes 2. The Adrenal Gland Reflexes. 3. The Arm and Shoulder Reflexes.
4. The Spine Reflexes. 5. The Hip, Thigh, and Leg Reflexes. 6. The Sciatic Nerve