Optimal Performance; The Greatest of All Time.
The Greatest of All Time. Optimal Performance brings the best of people. Consistency plus a plan which values work, recovery, growth and release. Key factors for people to perform at such high levels are their programs and habits.
You can take your performance in health to the next level through a clean eating plan with proper nutrient support, mindset and lifestyle. It’s structured with a clear path and plan.
To be 43 years old and playing in peak performance shows what’s possible for any age with a plan that supports you physically mentally and emotionally. Trust me, there’s a lot which goes into it, beyond the field.
Optimal Performance takes the inner workings of you and organizes and structures your health, nutrition, fitness, mindset and lifestyle. This is not a gym, or personal training. A gym is a place you pay to rent and a personal trainer gives you exercises, spots and counts. A coach sees your potential, guides and coaches you to excellence. Their philosophy and skills bring more to you than just the physical.
When you decide your health and performance is a priority, take the steps to get involved in the right programs. You’re going to need to structure your day. You’ll need the right support systems. You’ll need to know where your fine line is….between anabolic and catabolic (that’s building and breakdown). With too much you’ll break down more than you’re building or stagnate your progress.
Your health and well-being, your performance is more feelings, emotions and mindset. Being present in your workouts. Being present in your mindset. Plus, your body’s function and production of hormones and neurotransmitters.
Are you willing to look at your overall health and well-being to uplevel, to grow?
Can you see the potential and possibilities you have for yourself?
How much productivity and focus will a coach bring to your career as an athlete or entrepreneur to organize and structure your health, nutrition and lifestyle?
Here are 3 steps to focus on your health today;
- Start your day with movement. Fitness, from weight training, yoga, running, cycling, are great ways to start your day with a practice and healthy habits.
- Include mindset. Keep your head clean, clear and focused on your vision and goals. This comes from affirmations, reading, writing, visualization, and practicing in your new level of focus and who you are becoming.
- Clean eating and vitamins. Foods rich in antioxidants, minerals and vitamins. Eating a plate of colorful foods, vitamins to support oxidative stress, enzymes to digest foods, probiotics to keep up with good bacteria, Zinc for health, and a personalized vitamin protocol for your own health.
Optimal Performance keeps you working at your potential and allows you to grow and gain strength internally and externally. You’re never to old, it’s never to late.