Regardless of age, gender or life goals, who wouldn’t want to be fit, healthy and happy?
The problem is – answering to the many commitments in life – often results in opportunities being missed, or in abandoning the prospect of a healthy lifestyle altogether.
Unless you’re already “savvy” and organized in your approach, sustainable fitness is a huge challenge. And if you're currently out-of-shape, you’re most likely feeling exasperated.
myfitnessroad.com understands this language and aims to provide tangible solutions.
Like Al, you’re presently grappling with life’s challenges – but rest assured, you can surpass adversity in favor of lasting success!
I know, because I live that life. Let me walk you through how I help others get the same:
It’s not always easy to find (and then keep) your motivation. Much less maintaining your efforts and resources consistently-aligned with your life and wellness goals.
Nonetheless, it’s essential for sustained well-being that limiting beliefs are challenged and obstacles are cleared. Only this way can you devise an optimal success structure in line with your values and aspirations.
I work with clients seeking real results and lasting change by helping provide encouragement while we work on improving their situations.
I do this 1-on-1 and with small groups both locally and through online personal training/coaching (page under construction).
Although the end goal is common, each person’s journey and needs will vary. There are different options or “routes” we could follow, if you’d like to work with me.
The choice will largely depend on “where” you are vis-a-vis your current wellness – and your aspirations for the future “You” and state of well-being.
Feel free to reach out via the contact page and send me a question, or fill out a custom enquiry if you have a specific need you want to address.
Still unsure? Need more specific information to help you decide how to proceed? Hit the button below and organize an informal chat.
MyFitnessRoad.com offers free, honest and qualified content to help you, the busy middle-age pro:
Take stock of your condition in terms of “what” and “where” you are;
Assess and understand your unique fitness potential;
Understand the benefits of fitness;
Establish a realistic goal in following the Sensible Fitness Program, or in obtaining assistance with other/specific needs;
Devise practical strategies for becoming organized, staying the course – and achieving your goals.
I explore the typical and common wellness topics (relevant to my followers) here on MFR, Facebook, Instagram and in due course on YouTube.
My intention is to discuss and share valuable experiences and insights on lifestyle, fitness programs and related life issues, as well as to provide you with food-for-thought, support and practical solutions.
You, Al and I are short on time, but we still want that balance of looking and feeling good – while also enjoying a more engaging and fulfilling life.
Even with the “dread” of starting, the “tedium” with maintaining – not to mention all the confusion and dishonesty around – there’s so much potential “good” associated with fitness and healthy living.
I love arguing my case for why you can have a better life-situation, if you want it.
Because of my passion for helping, and the close association with health and wellness, I occasionally involve myself in workshops and consulting in:
The health and well-being of employees are essential aspects of the success of any organization – big or small. And since most working people spend the bulk of their day in the workplace (whether remotely or on-site), it follows that they should benefit from a sound employee wellness program.
The personal health of employees is best assured by promoting balance and healthy habits to reduce stress and prevent disease or chronic illness.
The benefits to employers who offer and promote corporate health and wellness programs in the workplace, are unquestionable. Aside from improved output and productivity, as well as decreased costs (where employees are concerned), the positive effects also extend to:
Increased job satisfaction
Higher employee retention
Enhanced morale and corporate culture
But to have all the benefits that come with corporate harmony, means actively devising and implementing policies and best practices that provide tangible incentives and advantages to both employer and employees.
Although organizations (particularly the larger ones like the United Nations) pay lip service to wellness, momentum is usually lost when it comes to championing and supporting such initiatives like balancing life with work commitments.
I know, because I work closely with Management and Human Resources in consulting and advising on such activities, as well as on organizational design and job roles.
Three of the most neglected aspects of youth wellness are sleep, nutrition and physical exercise.
Most teenagers in developed societies contend with insufficient sleep and physical activity, not to mention unbalanced nutrition – such that childhood obesity has become one of the most serious health epidemics facing our modern world.
Children of all ages are in the formative years of their lives – where the ideal opportunity exists to lay the groundwork for success later on. The best time to act is now!
Whatever they achieve, or fail to achieve in life – hinges on lifestyle. I collaborate with school counsellors in understanding and addressing the specific challenges impacting the well-being of scholars – and in providing appropriate support.
My voluntary workshops are designed, not to lecture, but to promote active participation to discuss balance, conscientiousness and healthy habits for both teachers and students.
My aim is to leave students with an enduring sense of awareness and a simple but effective framework of behaviors with which to work towards a successful and prosperous future.
If you’re keen to know more about these services, or have a wellness project in mind, feel free to reach out to me.
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