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Outsource Your Health?

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Outsource Your Health?

Many things in the modern world do not need our involvement.

Cooking - convenience food

Locomotion (cars etc)

Health - Pills etc

Sport - Professional sports people

Entertainment - netflix, cinema etc

We can outsource our cleaning, finance, interior design, building work, farming, dental health...

We can outsource many things. Sometimes it's important because we can't do everything.

Liz and I pay for someone to come and clean once a week. She's amazing and not only does a better job than us, but also takes the pressure off and reduces domestic disputes 😀😉

Whilst you can outsource your health.... it only goes so far.

Even with pills, medicines, physio etc. YOU have to own it. You have to take charge otherwise the results are partial or even non-existant.

For example, working with a PT like Martha Torres Stockdale or me is often a necessary step.

Why?

Because we plan the exercises, sets, reps, nutrition etc.

But it only goes so far. You have to take action.

I think this is one of the growing issues with the NHS. The advice given is good, it's peer reviewed. The drugs, physio, treatments work.

From the NY Times:

"There is an out-of-control epidemic in the United States that costs more and affects more people than any disease Americans currently worry about. It’s called nonadherence to prescribed medications, and it is — potentially, at least — 100 percent preventable by the very individuals it afflicts.

The numbers are staggering. “Studies have consistently shown that 20 percent to 30 percent of medication prescriptions are never filled, and that approximately 50 percent of medications for chronic disease are not taken as prescribed,” according to a review in Annals of Internal Medicine. People who do take prescription medications — whether it’s for a simple infection or a life-threatening condition — typically take only about half the prescribed doses.

https://www.nytimes.com/…/the-cost-of-not-taking-your-medic…

I'm sure the stats are similar in the UK.

Now imagine you train x2/3 per week and follow the nutritional advice for 3 months.

What's the worst that could happen?

Well.. either it didn't work and we gave the wrong advice or it works.... you lose weight, get strong and build a healthy lifestyle...


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