Biohacking For Extreme Fitness
Biohacking For Extreme Fitness
When we talk of biohacking we consider exercises that improve the functioning and physical levels of the body as well as health. These days, many people are concerned about their health with so much emphasis on strict diets and constant cardio training. But there is something that you should know about all this. We are not talking about becoming a bodybuilder or some other strong athletic category. We are dealing with the ability to enhance our basic functions as well as the physical levels of the human body.
To become adept in the art of bio hacking means becoming adept at your own body. Of course, many of us are skeptical about such an idea. naively, we think that we are strong enough to withstand some of the stress of the bodybuilder, but the moment we add a proper diet regiment to our regimen, soon we realize that we are becoming messed up. To get the optimum benefits of the body, we need to consider a plan that serves not only our schedule, but our body, and not just any plan, but the kind of plan that we like to follow.
For instance, we need to have a plan that doesn’t focus on our horrible hours of our day (4th to 6thDivisions). That means no more of those “really boring” hours of work. Not that I’m suggesting that these hours aren’t boring, but the purpose of the post is to find a plan that works with or without the hours that are best for our habits, bodies, and emotions. When we’ve mastered these “best time zones”, then we move to zones 2 and 3.
Now, is it possible in this day and age that we can do what ever we want? Do we really have control of who we are? I’ve read many a articles that human resources’ newest employee training course, but I guess there is very little that I can do about it if the company I work for wants me to sit down and oxide, so I guess that will have to be done at home! I’ve only been in Singapore for a few short weeks, but already I already have my own mini fitness center. It was so easy to get back to the mindset of having a schedule that works, and that is so much more fun than having to do what I was doing for much of my life which was not so fun!! There always has to be a right balance between a demanding schedule and allowing time to rest, as there is no way that we can have both.
To help you achieve your own form of fitness, it is important to look at what you are eating, and how much of it you are eating. Exercise is not the be all end all of our lives, and if there is no one else in the control room when we finish, where do we go? If you are good at crunching numbers, it is likely that you would rather push your palms into a computer screen or jump over the spouses every night than watching your favorite show and discuss it with your spouse. So, start to take measures to build your fitness mindset, your body and your life.
Whether it be the kids, or the job, or career, fitness must be in your life for at least 20% of your life to be truly happy. What is the other 80%? It doesn’t answer until you figure it out. However, there are some key measures you can take that will help you on the path to obtaining a higher level of control over your 80%.
Like anything else, we need to breathe. The only reason why we may be short in height is because of the disks between the bones in our spine. Height disks can be trimmed (scaled) with special exercises to further increase your height. Since we don’t sell segments, only spinal cord segments can be trained to be longer thereby adding inches to your spinal column.
While the idea of spinal cord surgery may be scary to many of us, we need to remember that it can be done conservatively as opposed to being open spine surgery. The thought of having your life changed forever by some surgical procedure should be enough to make us not want to go under the knife. But, sometimes, when the various aspects of life are utilized to their best, complimenting the work we already do and changing some aspects of our lifestyle makes us happier and healthier.
Perhaps one of the most important things we can strengthen is our patience. When one is faced with a long period of a medical illness or injury, it is normal to feel disheartened and even disappointed. When the invincibility of health and medicine is threatened, it is normal to ambitions to find a remedy to get well. Moreover, when the process to recover is long and arduous, we become aware of the stigmas against recovery and it makes all efforts seem futile.