Fundamental healthy for the mind and body fit strong - As the 20th century continues to bombard us with activities to get into our hectic lifestyles, most of us are seeking the most effective simple methods in our quest to be healthy and strong.
And to enjoy life in a healthy and strong body, there are certain
basic principles that help establish a solid foundation for a life of
health and wellness.
are five solid fundamentals that are very reasonable to fight for the
way you look on the right track at the beginning of your quest for
health. When starting correctly there is a much better chance then enjoy the
process of building a healthy body, strong and fit for life.
1) Focus on what you want - a fairly simple concept, but many of us give the power of this concept. In fact, a lot of focus on that "do not want" instead of what we do. Many of our best coaches constantly repeated, "keep your eyes on the goal" or "keep your eye on the ball", etc.
A similar concept plays a key role in their health and their lives, because we focus tends to develop. So keep your eyes on your vision - what you really want? Focus on that.
2) Think long term - Build your body, your strength and fitness for life. This is an attitude that reminds me of the story of the three little pigs and the big bad wolf. You want to take the time to build a solid house with solid foundations that usually blow over when the stress comes.
Thinking long-term is a great way to go back and get your mindset to
focus on what you want to do, but also what to do for your body and your
life at this moment in time.
3) take small steps - You do not have to train like a professional athlete or an Olympic competitor. Shape for Life should not be difficult or intense and not have to start running! Just find some form of movement that you like.
This could be walking, hiking, dancing, Pilates, weightlifting, cycling, swimming, whatever. It does not really matter, as long as you just start moving. Remember, the movement should be fun, so start slowly, take small steps and slow.
After all, the movement is medicine and the human being ceases to exist without it. The best investment you can make is in your car, so start investing daily in small amounts of time to make small no movement. It will change your life forever.
Variety is the spice of life - lets face it, when it comes to your
training program or a movement, constantly repeating the same
mind-numbing enough. As your body adapts and your mind starts to get bored this is the perfect time to brighten up your program with time variety.
It really does not matter what you choose, as long as you find something new that you like, and get to it. A
walk, a bike ride or a new class once or twice a month may be enough to
keep your body stimulated by the variety and stay on track with your
This simple idea keeps you motivated while keeping your body guessing and stimulated to grow. Perfect.
5) Tune in and listen - One of my mentors Paul Chek say "Your body never lies," and this is very true. Age or what he does or says will not really matter. What is important is to learn to listen to the innate wisdom that your body tells you. Tuning how it feels and responds to this reality is the best way to stay healthy, strong and fit.
His life is in your hands. You can take specific steps to improve their health, strength, fitness and vitality of life measures. All you need is a decision to start and keep moving for life.
Hayden Rhodes coaches people around the world how to build your home's
health, focusing on helping others at the age of grace, energy and
uses scientific methods has shown to improve the function of the human
body as the basis for strengthening potential capacity against aging and
His methods include online personal training, individualized protocols
nourishments, diagnostic tests, hormonal balance and re basic
principles of ABC performance.
is passionate about global health, surfing and snowboarding and
educational advice to others how to age with strength and well-being
worldwide. Hayden worked with the CEO, celebrity, amateur and professional athletes and even rock stars.
By: Hayden Rhodes