Life Performance Blog: Who Do You Have To Help?



Nothing worth doing can be done alone. Phil Caravaggio

Start looking for your "pit crew" — all the people who can support and help you in your journey around the track of health.

Start recruiting your supporters


The people around us — family, friends, co-workers, roommates, etc. — can influence what we do. Make that work in your favour.

This week try building your social support network by recruiting some cheerleaders and helpers for Team You. You don't have to dump all your friends and only find new ones at boot camp or Kalefest.

Rather, look for ways that you can incorporate health, fitness, and good nutrition into your daily interactions with the people you know and love.

Along the way, you might have to have some tough, honest conversations about what you need.

You might have to negotiate some changes in your household routines.

But you'll