Health

Optimise Your Life For Health

Your health is one of your most important assets.

All the money and freedom in the world will be diminished if you don’t have your health.

Because of this, it is of utmost importance to optimise your life for health, both mentally and physically.

Optimise For Peak Physical Health

Want to know the secret to achieve the body of your dreams?

Dream your dream, not anyone else’s. Not society’s, not Instagram’s, not celeb magazine’s and not that guy/girl you idolised in your youth.

Nobody gets to tell you what your dream is.

You may want to have a body like Zac Efron or Alexandra Daddario. If that’s your dream, then go for it. But, if that’s not what you want, then don’t bust your ass every day try to live someone else’s dream.

It doesn’t matter what shape or size you are, as long as you are happy and healthy.

So, if you want to be a Crossfit athlete with biceps thicker than tree trunks, then go out there and grab the barbell and start working out.

But, if you just want to have enough energy to live your best life, then go for that.

Big muscles and toned abs don’t mean anything if you’re unhappy.

So, dream your own dream and then work to achieve it.

Remember, happy and healthy is all you need.

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Optimise Your Diet

I get asked quite often “what diets work best?”

Is it Keto or Paleo? Slow Carb or Bulletproof? Should you count calories or try intermittent fasting? Is the dirty bulk better or is the clean bulk superior?

Here’s the dirty secret: every diet and fad you can find on the Internet, TV or weekly “health” magazine works.

Every single one of them!

Well, kind of…

All of them work for somebody. But, what works for me might not work for you and vice versa.

I’ve personally found great results from limiting my daily meals to a combination of meat, vegetables and legumes. But, that might not work for you.

Other people have found great success from counting calories, but I’ve never been able to stick with that long-term.

So, if all diets and meal plans are equal, how do you optimise your life for health?

You find out what works best for you and then you stick with it.

Most people quit diets because they’re unhappy. And when they quit, they feel even worse.

Why would you stick with a diet that makes you unhappy? That’s not a viable long-term solution.

So, if you find that the Keto diet really works for you, then stick with it! If it’s the Bulletproof diet, the 5:2 diet, the Paleo diet or the Cabbage Soup diet, just stick with it for as long as it works and is making you happy.

The moment it stops making you happy or stops working, move on and find the next thing that works.

Building your ideal body doesn’t have to be hard and neither does finding your optimum diet.

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Optimise Your Fitness

I work out 5 days a week.

On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, I follow the Stronglifts 5×5 weightlifting program. On Saturdays and Sundays, I go for a 5km run first thing in the morning.

That works for me, but it might not work for you.

Some people are runners, others are Crossfit athletes. More still might be swimmers, yogis, weightlifters, HIITers, callisthenics fans, sports players and so much more…

There are endless opportunities and options with which to optimise your level of fitness.

Maybe you want to run an Ultramarathon or maybe you just want to be able to make it up the stairs at work without losing your breath.

Decide what your fitness goal will be and then optimise your life to achieve that goal.

For some, it may be hitting the gym three or four days a week or going for an early morning run. For others, it will be taking the stairs instead of the lift or going for an evening walk.

As with your diet, find out what works best for you in achieving your goal and then stick with it.

Optimise Your Mental Health

The term “mental health” has a bad reputation.

In reality, being mentally healthy should be a goal that we all strive towards.

When I talk about mental health, I’m not referring to depression, anxiety and stress. Instead, I’m talking about how to optimise your life for brain health.

Whether that is eliminating brain fog by cutting out certain foods or investing in a great brain training program or routine, we can all do more to achieve our peak mental potential.

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Want To Work With Me To Achieve Your Ultimate Health Goals?

Whether you want to achieve the body of your dreams, boost your mental abilities or find a way to boost your energy, we can work together to discover the best way to transform your life through optimising your health.

Contact me on my coaching page and arrange a consultation.