1. Health Commitment
Is what you are doing today contributing to your health commitment?
There are six necessary conditions for total commitment. You can’t have total commitment unless all necessary conditions are met.
Health is the first necessary condition on our commitment plan. If you don’t have your health, you are unable to reach your commitment goals on any of the other necessary conditions. It doesn’t matter how wealthy you are, or how much time you have, or how much you can learn if your life is cut short because you have bad health.
Keeping positive about your life and learning ways to make it better can improve your health.
FOCUS ON YOURSELF NOT OTHERS
Emphasize the importance of self-focus, resilience, and mental preparation in achieving success, embrace what comes hard, accept challenges, and fall in love with the process. It emphasizes the importance of having a made-up mind and being relentless in the pursuit of one’s goals.
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Title: You are strong – Inspiring Speech On Depression & Mental Health.
By the MulliganBrothers
- Summary: An inspiring speech encouraging those suffering from depression to seek help and affirming their strength.
- Keywords: Strength, Inspiration, Depression, Mental Health.
Mobility and health are intricately linked, with the feet playing a critical role in maintaining an active and fulfilling lifestyle. The feet serve as the foundation of our body, supporting our weight and enabling movement. Their health and proper functioning are essential for overall mobility and well-being.
Feet are a complex structure composed of bones, muscles, ligaments, and tendons. They provide stability, balance, and shock absorption, allowing us to walk, run, jump, and engage in various physical activities. When our feet are healthy, we can move with ease and efficiency, enhancing our overall mobility.
Maintaining optimal foot health is crucial for preventing mobility issues and promoting overall wellness. Common foot problems such as bunions, plantar fasciitis, corns, and calluses can significantly impact mobility and cause discomfort or pain. Regular foot care, including proper hygiene, wearing comfortable and supportive footwear, and addressing any foot-related issues promptly, is essential to ensure optimal mobility.
Furthermore, the feet are a window to our overall health. Certain systemic conditions, such as diabetes and arthritis, can manifest in foot problems. Regular foot examinations and proper management of these conditions can prevent complications and maintain mobility.
Regular exercise is vital for maintaining mobility and overall health, and the feet are integral to physical activity. Whether it’s jogging, dancing, or playing sports, our feet are constantly engaged, absorbing impact and providing propulsion. Strong and flexible feet contribute to better balance, coordination, and agility, enhancing our ability to move freely and actively.
Visit Neil Smith at The Foot Alignment Clinic
David Gillespie was 40kg overweight, lethargic, sleep-deprived and the father of four, with twins on the way. He knew he needed to lose weight fast, but he had run out of diets – all had failed.
After doing some reading on evolution (why weren’t our forebears fat?), David cut sugar – specifically fructose – from his diet. He immediately started to lose weight, and kept it off. Slim, trim and fired up, David set out to look at the connection between sugar, our soaring obesity rates and some of the more worrying diseases of the twenty-first century, and discovered some startling facts in the process.
Sugar was once such a rare resource that nature decided we didn’t need an off-switch – in other words, we can keep eating sugar without feeling full. In the space of 150 years, we have gone from eating no added sugar to more than a kilogram a week. You would need to run 7km every day of your life just to not put on weight as a result of eating that much sugar. Two decades ago 1 in 14 adult Australians were obese; that figure is now 1 in 5. The ‘natural’ sugar in one glass of unsweetened fruit juice per day for a year is enough to add just over 2.5kg your waistline. The more sugar we eat, the more we want. Food manufacturers exploit our sugar addiction by lacing it through ‘non-sweet’ products, such as bread, sauces, soups and cereals. Sweet Poison exposes one of the great health scourges of our time and offers a wealth of practical and accessible information on how to avoid fructose, increase your enjoyment of food and lose weight.