HOW TO BE IN OPTIMAL HEALTH FOR OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE

45 minutes · 2018

Listen to the full episode here::
http://www.dougmorneau.com/podcasts/86

Tips on how to be in optimal health for optimal performance by Erin Burch


• When you give up your power (when it comes to being healthy) to somebody that’s outside of you, you’ve just lost the game.
• What if you could set the radar for other kinds of sensations, and this becomes a skill set?
• In terms of getting your body to be in an optimal state, being in partnership (with your body) and having that communication and learning the language is really key.
• If tension is living where it doesn’t belong, it’s actually quite corrosive to the design, and that’s what we call aging.
• The more you’re able to move, you’re moving your parts and actually taking the glue out of where it doesn’t belong and putting it where it does belong, and you actually have bought yourself an unbelievable amount of time in terms of quality of life, not just quantity.
• Posture is huge and I define posture as the way you set up your body to do a certain task.

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
SHARE THIS EPISODE: HOW TO BE IN OPTIMAL HEALTH FOR OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE

[just click to tweet]

HOW TO BE IN OPTIMAL HEALTH FOR OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE

In terms of getting your body to be in an optimal state, being in partnership (with your body) and having that communication and learning the language is really key.

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Doug:Well, welcome back listeners to another episode of Real Marketing, Real Fast. Today, we’re going to talk about a topic that often doesn’t get discussed in the boardroom, or you don’t hear many of the well-known entrepreneurs on YouTube and social media platforms talking about, and that’s operating at your optimal peak performance, but doing that because you’ve looked after your health. In 2011, I was fat, I was out of shape, I was on six medications for hypertension, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and using a CPAP machine while I slept. Diabetes ran in my family, and my internal medicine doctor said that if I get diabetes, I was a walking dead man.

Well, in September 2011, I came down with double pneumonia, I was put on medications, steroids, and confined to bed by my doctor. Three months later, I slept 20 hours a day and I didn’t have the lung capacity to walk up and down a set of stairs from our bedroom without having a long rest followed by another rest once I got to the top or the bottom. It nearly killed me, and my doctor later admitted that it was the worst case she had seen and I should’ve been hospitalized. So, there you go. Three months off sick, and my attitude was, when I was running my business at that point, was I can sleep when I get old, I can sleep when I’m dead. I just simply didn’t look after my health.

Well, that’s not the case today. So, today, I am medication free. I am in the best shape of my life as I’m coming into my 55th year. I feel good, I’m more productive, I have much more clarity, and I’m operating at a much higher level than I was 10, 15, or even 20 years ago. So, to share with us today about health and wellness, and being in line with your body, and making sure that your body’s working well, and what the fountain of youth truly is, I’ve got joining us in studio Erin Burch.

Now, I met Erin at the New Media Summit in San Diego earlier this year, and she is a physiotherapist or a physical therapist. She is known by her clients as the body whisperer. She moved to

Genre: PODCASTING


Up next
  • Related Media


    Comments

    Add Comment

    This feature is only available to members (Sign In or Sign Up).