Episode 35: Fitness First: Fuel Your Mission
As men on a mission, we often neglect our bodies in our empire building pursuits. We lose sight that our power is sustainably ten-fold when we are in peak shape. We will never support a grand vision over the long run without pristine physical health. Fitness master Tyson Brown guides us to question our body image story and, with patience and discipline, follow a personalized plan to achieve lasting wellbeing.
- How to be in better relationship with our bodies
- Unhealthy messages and the culture of fitness industry have created a certain expectation and story.
- American machismo culture has spread around the globe
- Imposter syndrome and comparing ourselves to what we see on Instagram.
- “The Adonis Complex” – men striving to reach unrealistic body goals
- “Bigorexia” – inverse of anorexia, never having big enough muscles.
- How to be productive vs obsessive when it comes to eating clean and working out
- Forget blanket statements about protein, fats, or certain exercises. We all have unique body types and goals.
- Setting our goals based on what is right for us. Are six pack abs necessary for us?
- The first step in beginning any fitness plan is to take detailed measurements including tracking weight, progress, exercises, diet, and energy levels.
- Seems like a lot of work, and it is. Nothing major will change without this investment.
- Do the homework and get expert advice, don’t go out there and wing it with a Frankenstein plan.
- It takes more time in the beginning, once you are rolling with a program, less time is spent recording.
- Make short term goals along the way to give yourself dopamine hits and confidence boosters. Your long term goals should be a stretch but also realistic.
- Why we will never get anywhere near our dreams without being patient
- The importance of long lasting health to support a greater vision
- Small changes stack and over time, big moves are made
- Chasing happiness is an endless pursuit that is going to leave you less happy at the end of the day
- The benefits of intermittent fasting, including daily fasts and creating windows of times to eat
- Gives our bodies and minds the freedom to focus on endeavors besides food
- Our ancestors did not eat food evenly throughout the day/week.
- We won’t feel capable of our big vision without getting the physical aspect down first.
- Do you feel energized, alive, and physically fit and how is that impacting your life?
“Ditch The Diet” is Tyson’s new book on integrating health and fitness with your lifestyle. Read the first chapter at http://www.tysonbrown.com.au/ditchthediet
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