“A good hockey player plays where the puck is. A great hockey player plays where the puck is going to be.” Wayne Gretzky
How’s it going Biolayne Readers! Today we want to talk about the Evolution of Fitness and where we see things going in the future. This is part one of a two part series so make sure you are on the lookout for part two. Sit back, relax, take some notes, and enjoy the read.
We live in a society where we want instant gratification, quick fixes with minimal effort, and extraordinary results with just a “good” effort instead of a “great effort.”
This is applied in all areas of life such as health, wealth, love, and happiness.
When we say health, let’s keep this in the context of fitness for this 2 part series.
In fitness, we want instantaneous and un-realistic results with putting in a “good” not “great” effort at the gym and in the kitchen.
After working with over a thousand clients online and in person the past decade, having higher level coaches, mentors, self-education and experimentation, and higher level institute education… people’s fitness journeys never end up with instantaneous and un-realistic results with putting in a “good” not “great” effort at the gym and in the kitchen.
In this new era, we are in, with all the technology advancement, social media, and what we like to call “noise,” you should be “great” and play where the puck is going to be. In this case, the puck is heading towards six principles within the evolution of fitness, but for time’s sake and not to sound like a broken record with the same old training and nutrition content, we are going to bring you the other four principles that are going to enhance your overall fitness journey, fulfillment in life, and create a dynamic lifestyle!
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