What’s this about?
Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit. When one is free from physical disabilities and mental distractions, the gates of the soul open.
— B.K.S lyengar
People often fall into paralysis from the wealth of information there is about health and becoming your fittest self. It’s too complicated in today’s world. There’s little to no crossover between guidance and frameworks that help us achieve perfect health around our busy lifestyles. You have to see a nutritionist to find ways to eat healthfully, a personal trainer for personalised fitness, and a therapist for coping with stress and strain. But it’s hard to find all of this together in one place.
This is what health mastery is about. And this is what I’m here for.
It feels like most people forget about health because it’s too complicated to master. Butstraightforwardsimple. It’s about finding the best everyday healthy habits, coping mechanisms, and ways to care for ourselves and our environment—in a way that works for you.
To ensure good health; eat lightly, breathe deeply, live moderately, cultivate cheerfulness, and maintain an interest in life.
— William Londen
Good health isn’t something we can buy. It demands (and increasingly rewards) effort, consistency, patience, and positivity in knowing that putting your health above everything is the best thing you can do.
Health Mastery is a journal for you to have everything you need to know about all the facets of health, fitness, and everything in-between.
Why should you trust what I have to say? Well, you don’t have to. But here’s a little bit about me: I studied Sports Science and then Sports Performance at University. I’ve been personal training friends and family since I was in school. I’ve competed as a road cyclist since I was 16 and spent most of my school years doing athletics. I’m pretty obsessed with it all, basically.
Health Mastery is about choosing to be happy. Focusing on what you can control on the inside and not worrying about everything happening on the outside. Keeping your body healthy is a true expression of gratitude to yourself and the world around you, so why wait to master it?