Watching these videos will inspire you to look at your health differently. Let the stories speak for themselves. Here we go;
1.Christopher McDougall: Are We Born to Run?
Starting from showing us the innate ability of who man really represents and what he was meant to do, Christopher McDougall showed us what man was naturally born to do using his knowledge of evolution. The anthropologist and author went on to explains the surprising ways that running helped early humans run their world. This video will inspire you to get on your feet ad be on the move.
2, A.J. Jacobs: How Healthy Living Nearly Killed Me
A.J Jacobs went on a thrilling journey of experiencing every piece of advice on health to show you how overwhelming the world of health and fitness advice is and how to keep perspective and hope on doing what’s best for you in the long run. Doing so whilst maintaining a sense of humor too!
3.Matt Cutts: Try Something New for 30 Days
Matt Cutts, an engineer at Google, explains how trying one thing each day created a new eye opening experience for him. He implemented the “try an new thing each day for 30 days. Basically learning or incorporating one form of habit each day and stick to it. A life changing experience.
4.Ben Saunders: Why Bother Leaving the House?
Ben Saunders is an extreme polar explorer, the youngest person ever to ski to the North Pole. In this talk, he explains why apps and living room workouts deprive us of the “meat of life,” found only in the great outdoors. His belief is that going out will do more for an individual mentally and physically if they just step away from the technologies and everything else that refuses us to lift a muscle. He wants one to see the joy of exercising outside and even be inspired by what meets the eye.
5.Derek Sivers: Keep Your Goals to Yourself
For most people who believe that sharing your fitness goals to numerous people hoping in the end that it will help you stay focus and cause you to work hard since most people will be betting on you seems unlikely for Derek Sivers, a professional musician, who argues the opposite. This video will explain the revelation of what Sivers means, why telling people your goals is would not be a good idea as it will decrease the chances of you attaining them.
6.John Wooden: The Difference Between Winning and Success
John Wooden a UCLA basketball coach who led his team to a winning spree for more than 40 years said; ” winning doesn’t necessarily mean success”. He used 3 basic strategies that had helped him through all his achievement including on the health font and they are Discipline, leadership and hard work. Implementing these 3 as an individual consistently helps you attain the goals you desire in all areas, including health wise.