“Your genes may load the gun, but your lifestyle pulls the trigger.”
~Julieanna Hever, MS, RD, CPT
The link between health and performance is unequivocal.
Carbohydrate is in the form of sugar, starch, and cellulose – and it is ubiquitous.
Though carbohydrate is your body’s preferred fuel source it is not the most efficient option.
Enter Metabolic Efficiency™.
“Knowing others is wisdom, knowing yourself is Enlightenment.”
The only limitations in your life are the ones you create to sabotage your growth.
We have the power to transform our lives and serve others only when we remain present in the moment.
When we fixate on creating a future prospect our quest to attain it will remain a future endeavor.
Limitless opportunities will become realities only when you allow them to become part of you today.
“If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be.
Now put the foundations under them.”
~Henry David Thoreau
Growth has no end point.
Your quality of life is linked to the value you place on each dimension of wellness. Lifestyle changes are psychological and physiological. Transcending your wellness and performance represents more than the absence of disease.
Sinew is a tough band of fibrous connective tissue that unites muscle to bone. It is capable of withstanding tension while efficiently storing and recovering energy so muscles can generate greater force.
The foundation of wellness is our innate drive to actualize our true potential. The key is understanding our desire to realize fulfillment is weak, habitual, and easily stifled by cultural pressure and egocentric desires.
Wellness is about accountability.
“Our deepest fears are like dragons guarding our deepest treasures.”
Nonfeasance –> Failure to perform an act that is required by law.
This post is not about tort law or legal liability.
It is about your duty to live an authentic life and serve others via Universal Law.
It is about the veritable chess match between your ego and your spirit.
Wellness encompasses many dimensions of our well-being. It is about possibilities not pathology. To become whole we must thank the inconveniences, difficulties, and joys on our journey and remember that growth has no end point.
The option to embrace or shirk accountability is constant.