In such a fast paced society where instant gratification has become the norm, have we forgotten the value in doing something well?
I always say to create something great, takes time. I have had a long history with working with the human body and one thing that I know for sure is a healthy lifestyle takes discipline and consistency. I have had many encounters in which people are faced with possibly life threatening health situations and begin to panic and search for a quick fix. The reality is, there isn’t one. I by no means mean to sound harsh but the think about the amount of time it took for you to end up in that situation. It’s going to take that and possibly more to reverse it. Is it possible , yes but it will require discipline and consistency.
I believe the market has saturated fitness to become this one size fits all kind of industry in which we throw people of all levels into a class and offer modifications for those who may be struggling without really addressing personal issues. Someone may respond, that’s focusing on minor details but in my opinion, nothing about the human body is a minor detail and the attention to that detail is how I’ve been fortunate to rarely sustain injury. I think a more practical approach would be to begin teaching people how to listen what their bodies are saying. More to be revealed.
-how to get the ball rolling....
Start taking different classes and see what speaks to you. Follow your interests and desires, they are usually a great guide.