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Life Performance Blog: Follow This Process for A Lifetime Of Good Health

Updated: Oct 21, 2022

Welcome to this week's Life Performance Blog. Each week I will share with you health articles, podcasts, workouts and the latest research when it comes to living a healthy life.

My aim is to help people become better informed, take action and move towards better health, a stronger body and mind, and take control back of their health and wellbeing.

This Week's Health Article: Follow This Process For A Lifetime Of Good Health

To achieve something of worth certain steps need to be followed and adhered to. You can’t just take random steps and hope you will arrive at the destination you want.

And your health is no different. In everything you eat or exercise you do there is always a result you will achieve. Common sense tells us that if you are not happy with the results you are achieving from what you are doing, then change what you are doing to achieve a different outcome.

So what is the right process you should follow if you want the outcome of a lifetime of good health?

This Weeks Health Podcast: The Comfort Crisis

This week's podcast is again from The Drive (yes, I know, that's now two weeks in a row, but they are very good). Peter Attia has a chat with Michael Easter, author of 'The Comfort Crisis'.

One of the striking things I encounter with clients who struggle to stick to change is their inability to put up with the discomfort that comes from change.

Discomfort is an unavoidable part of achieving goals. To achieve a goal (therefore change), you first must stop what you are doing and do something different. For the majority of us, that is very uncomfortable.

In this week's podcast, Peter and Michael discuss how to accept and get used to the necessary discomfort that comes from change. Which is needed if you want to become and stay healthy at 50 & beyond. Enjoy.

This Week’s Health Research: Strength Training For Older Adults

Ageing is associated with a number of physiologic and functional declines that can contribute to increased disability, frailty, and falls. Contributing factors are the loss of muscle mass and strength as age increases.

Current research has demonstrated that strength-training exercises have the ability to combat weakness and frailty and their debilitating consequences.

This Week's Workout Recommendation:

Each week I will recommend a workout that, if performed multiple times through the week, will help you increase strength, cardio fitness, mobility and mental confidence. Depending on your access to equipment, change the exercises to suit but keep the workout protocol the same.

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Chris, myHealthCoach

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