- For some of us, it means having a ripped set of abs and a booty you could bounce a quarter off of.
- For others, it means dropping a few pounds and being able to climb a flight of stairs without passing out.
- For the jocks amongst us, health & fitness means maximizing athletic performance.
- And as we get older, most of us move away from running races & blasting up big bench presses and we become concerned about longevity and preventing disease.
And don’t even get me started about parents raising healthy kids, or fitness-phobes, or people with existing diseases trying to maintain the health they have.
Health & fitness is different for each of us.
And because of that, the path towards health & fitness should be different for each of us. One size does NOT fit all.
The health habits that work for you might not work for me.
- The supplements you take might be a waste of money for me
- The exercise program I use might be completely inappropriate for you.
- The diet that suits your lifestyle might frustrate me and send me running for the nearest pizza joint.
Unfortunately for all of us, the health & fitness industry is full of “magic bullet” solutions, sold by snakeoil salesmen, that completely ignore your individual health & fitness needs while promising to do everything for everybody.
Which as we all know, is a total crock of BS.
- Smart people doing cutting edge research on how to get healthier, stronger, leaner and live longer.
- Almost equally smart people, loaded with empathy, who care enough about their clients to judge their own professional success by the personal successes of their clients/patients/readers/etc
And when you combine the blinding intellect of the science nerds with the “real world” experience of the best health/fitness/nutrition/physical therapy professionals….you end up with a collection of health habits that you can plug in and out of your own uniquely-you lifestyle to help you become:
- Capable of handling stressful events
- Lean & fit
- Full of energy
- Powerful (however you define that)
- Able to balance home, work, friends, family in the 21st century…without going completely mental.
And that’s what we do at @healthhabits. We bring the nerds & the health/fitness pros together. Then we take all that awesome info and translate it into something that makes sense for non-health & fitness nerds.
How to navigate @healthhabits
Since there are over 1700 articles here at @healthhabits, and searching chronologically makes absolutely zero sense, I have organized the entire @healthhabits library via a series of category / sub-category pages.
If the category search doesn’t work for you, there is a search box at the top of the page and a dropdown list at the bottom of the page.
If that still doesn’t work, head over to my Twitter account and leave me a message.