Did you catch the earlier parts?
Kettlebells – Part 1
Bodyweight Training – Part 2
Monster Strength and Conditioning – Part 3
Today lets talk about health and nutrition. Maybe I’m just seeing it more often now. But it seems like more and more people are finally realizing that different people need different things and thus get different results for diet.
A one size fits all approach does not exist.
Yet, there are commonalities even among very different yet healthy diets (such as a meat based diet versus veganism). By looking at these commonalities you can become healthier easily without the debate.
Because there are so many different eating plans there are not that many of these similarities. But once you have them safely stored in your brain it makes all dietary choices easier. And once you make them habits then health comes easily.
Since we know that different people get wide ranging results on different diets where should you start? Look at what others are doing and use that as a starting point for your experiments.
Now let’s talk about performance. How will getting healthier make you better at lifting weights or any sport?
What would happen if you were at 100% each day? If not 100, than how about 90% which is a much more achievable goal? And what happens when you expand the boundaries of the vitality you feel each day (Like making your old 100% only feel like 50% of how you feel today)?
With constant tweaks and improvements it is possible.
Let’s take getting sick for instance. No one enjoys that. When we’re talking about performance it means obviously you’ll have to take some time off or at the very least ease back. Well, getting sick is an option. If you keep your immune system strong it will not happen except in cases of extreme lifestyle distress. And even then you have to ask yourself what could I do to avoid this?
If you EVER get sick you are not as healthy as you can be. It’s a bold statement but one I believe in. Sickness is indicative of problems in the future, not just now.
Having more health is obviously better. And being able to perform better because of your greater health is a plus.
Once you have the foundation with 90% of the basics set then you can begin to play with the advanced stuff.
The fact is with our environment as toxic as it is, in the air, food, and water supply (not to mention nuclear radiation) these days you can’t always just rely on the basics. A few well-picked supplements and a watchful eye are necessary to maintain true radiant health.
We are getting less of what we need and using up even more of it. It’s no wonder there is so much disease everywhere you look.
I’ll be going into much more detail on these subjects at the Super Human Training Workshop. Telling you specific steps you can take to safeguard your health. Not only me, but Bud will be giving his take on health and nutrition too.
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