“May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view.”
The current medical paradigm is not designed for anyone interested in attaining optimal health.
It even fails miserably as a system to treat symptoms.
How could it possibly be a prudent model for endurance athletes, fitness enthusiasts, or anyone committed to improving his/her well-being?
In order for a runner to become more efficient at mountain trail ascents; one must adapt his/her training cycle to accomplish said outcome. If you do not give a shit about your health; do not expect anyone else to care.
Optimal health – like improved sport performance – is our responsibility.
“Even if you fall flat on your face at least you are moving forward.”
Running is the noblest fitness discipline.
Running has many benefits whether you hit the pavement, trails, shred golf course greens [not recommended], or perform interval sessions with snowshoes in the blistering desert heat [highly recommended].
“Every man’s disease is his personal property.”
The current medical paradigm is ineffective.
Treating symptoms of preventable chronic and degenerative diseases is a losing proposition.
It is a profitable model for pharmaceutical companies, medical schools, linear-thinking practitioners, and the like…in exchange for your health.
Money talks no matter the price.
Optimal health is our responsibility. Wellness is a choice. The key is determining how much you value your health.
“Most men lead quiet lives of desperation and go to the grave with the song still in them.”
~Henry David Thoreau
To thrive on the wellness continuum requires authenticity. Consuming foods which you are biologically adapted to eat is paramount to vibrant health and effervescent living.
Nutrition is the cornerstone of all dimensions of wellness. Primary source nutrition has the profound and vastly underestimated ability to maintain health, prevent and reverse chronic and degenerative diseases, and enhance endurance sports performance.
Mindful nutritive habits have a profound impact on your life.
Most people fail to see the connection among nutrition, fitness, health, and wellness until they no longer have an option to make it a priority.