You can’t expect the current system to take care of you. How people are proactive about their health and fitness will not lead to what they think.
We’re told to:
- Just get out and move to be active for workouts
- See a practitioner when something happens to the body
- Get medical intervention when the practitioners don’t resolve the situation
But the biggest miss in this situation is the first. What they do as they move and workout can lead, or not lead, to them having to see practitioners and eventually medical intervention. Most practitioners and medical interventions are only designed to fix the symptom, not the cause.
Doing any activity is either wear and tear or helping you correct the wear and tear. And life and ALL activities and sports people do produce wear and tear. You lose strength, mobility, and posture with enough wear and tear. And all these lead to stiffness, pain, and a life that isn’t as full as you would like.
And so, as you go along this road thinking that doing the same thing over and over will somehow produce different results, your body continues to get worse and worse, and you are deceiving yourself that you are making progress because you are active.
You need to address the cause of your loss of strength, mobility, posture and the different aches and pains you have. And the longer you wait to be specific with what you need, the HARDER it becomes to correct it.
If you were having trouble with your bills and were racking up debt, your main specific issue would be to balance your budget first. This means being unable to do everything you were doing before and making it uncomfortable at the beginning. But it gets easier the more you work it, and eventually, your budget is balanced; you have no more debt, and the lessons you learned now propel you to a new way of working with your finances that you’ll keep for your lifetime.
But if you kept trying to take shortcuts or rely on others to fix it for you, your situation would get exponentially worse and harder to escape. And then you learned nothing and would, in some way, end up in the same situation.
That’s what the system leads to now, but you can take more control of it.
If you start to look at working out as a way to “give your body some love” and keep it as balanced, mobile, and strong as possible, then your likelihood of having to see a practitioner to fix you or medical intervention to make it go away dramatically decreases, and you become more empowered and your life stays full.
You’ll now use practitioners to SUPPORT the workouts you are doing and medical intervention ONLY if you need to.
This takes a Holistic, specific, and integrated program, not just “random acts of movement.” Everything you do should have a purpose and fit together. This means knowing how the body works together and working with your body’s fascia as it is the connecting link.
If this resonates with you, I would love to talk to you more about what a program like this looks like and if you are a good fit.
Use the “consultation” link below to find a time that works for you.
It’s not just working out. It’s building a foundation for a better life.
it’s not just working out, it’s building a foundation for a better life.
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