Posts tagged fitness
What Stress are you Choosing to Experience?

Check this Health “Balance” Equation out (source):
Health “Balance” = Recovery - (Physical Stress + Psychological Stress)
                             = R - (E + S)

We all have the ability to control each of the variables in the Health “Balance” equation.

We all can choose to view and experience Stress in a more productive and even useful way in order to maintain Health “Balance.”

For Recovery (R), we can control how much and how well we sleep and eat (meats, vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch, and no sugar) as well as engaging in other Specific Recovery Practices like massage therapy, acupuncture, physical therapy, self-myofascial release, etc.

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Use your Fitness (outside)! Even when SHTF!

A perfect example of why improving our Fitness and Health is so important:

It was about 10 minutes before Spartan SGX class this past Tuesday and I was on the lawn putting away the hoses I use for irrigation.

I was in a t-shirt, shorts, socks, and a half-laced up pair of Belleville ABU Flight Boots.

While I was moving the hoses and pipes around, an exquisite-looking BMW with tinted windows and sweet rims drove by on the street and came to a rolling stop. 

When the BMW came to the rolling stop, I heard an audible "clink!"

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Hit it! Row, row, and row!

Yesterday I took the time to head up to Smiths Ferry, Idaho to visit with an awesome friend to raft the Payette River for the first time. He was our guide at the aft of his raft for the 4 of us forward of his position in the raft as we made our way down the 9.75 mile route on the river.

Since this was my first time, there was an element of the unknown that I had to deal with and conquer. But I knew that I could fully place my trust in my friend to lead us through, based on his years of experience doing this. 

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How Financially Fit are you? Does that mean you're also Physically Fit?

Just like you can figure out how physically fit you are by performing movements and exercises and physical tests, you can essentially figure out how financially fit you are by using your own Financial Statement, which includes both the Income Statement and Balance Sheet, based on what Robert Kiyosaki wrote in Rich Dad Poor Dad.

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