How much attention do you pay to your health and fitness?
While we are physical beings, it’s surprising how little care we give to our physical health.
Instead of honoring the miracle that is our bodies, we neglect, shame, and disengage from what physically connects us to this world.
But there is a simple way to hack your health — and it comes down to the three pillars of health and fitness.
In this 25-minute video above, I pinpoint three key areas of health and fitness, many of which are full of misinformation: exercise, nutrition, and aging.
First of all, exercise is one of the most obvious — and yet often avoided — ways to get your health in check.
And exercise doesn’t have to be hard: techniques such as minimum effective dose training and Tabata provide the 80/20 of health and fitness, reaping great physical rewards in much less time than a dreaded hour spent at the gym.
Instead of spending thousands of dollars and hours on exercise, it only takes mere moments each morning.
The second pillar of health and fitness is nutrition. This is one of the most ethically fraught areas of our lifestyle — and the food manufacturing industry is to blame.
I’ll exactly why we need to read through the ingredients list of everything we eat, why simply focusing on calories isn’t going to achieve weight loss — and what you can do instead.
Lastly, I discuss the third pillar of health: aging. It’s scientific fact that our lifespans are extending — so that every year we live, we add an extra three months to our lifespan.
With this in mind, now is the time to start tapping into the simple lifestyle tweaks that would prepare us for a long, healthy life.
Check out the video above to discover my simple pieces of advice for maintaining your health and fitness, and slow down aging — in a realistic, and even enjoyable way.
We’ve been fed a lot of brules around health and fitness — but once you discard these, you’ll be able to approach your body and physical being in a whole new way.
Traditional goal-setting is dangerous. Extraordinary By Design unveils a fundamentally new way to think about your life, and your health and fitness.
When you look at your goals as tools to get the experiences that make you happy, healthy, grow rapidly, and contribute to the world — you can then break your life down into 12 distinct areas.
These 12 areas are so interconnected that when one is lacking, it will pull down the others. But when you elevate one, it with elevate your entire life.
How are your health and fitness levels aligning with your goals? What would you like to improve in this area? Share your thoughts in the comments below.