Monthly Archives: October 2013
Circling – Shoulder mobilization.
Torqueblade evoke glyph – Circle Aft. This exercise acts as an elbow mobilizing and arm strengthening exercise. The shoulder girdle is again challenged as the chest and upper back are strengthened. There are several circling combinations including: … Continue reading
Physical Prescriptions of Torqueadian Physical Prowess
The Blades of Torque – The blade is not sharp; it is made of 1 inch deep, 3 inch wide and 24-inch long piece oak and weighs about 2lbs. The design is such that it will challenge grip and coordination, … Continue reading
The Art of Adaptability
Torqueblade defines wellness as the Art of Adaptability. Using real world physical and cognitive exercises, whilst embracing escapism of a Victorian aesthetic. The following quote based on Charles Darwin’s writings explains, “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor … Continue reading
The harvester is a crucial exercise in the art of adaptability and is one of the nine full body exercises. The attribute from this exercise is the ability to develop torsion. The benefits are strength, (core, legs, chest … Continue reading