Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Best Dancer In The World?

Who is the best dancer of all, in the whole world? The one who inspires you most? The one who moves you most?

It's not me. Nor the guy in the video - though he's pretty good, don't you think? It's someone else who you know quite well.

Watch and see...

Did you figure it out? The best dancer in the world...

It's you! You can rock your own world (literally) any time you like, in simple ways like Sean shows you in the video.

Watching that makes me feel homesick for the jungle - we used to enjoy ourselves like that all day long.

Ah well... be sure to check out some amazing inspiration that you'll find on Sean Stephenson's website

Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Sleep - The Secret Sauce Of Successful Living

Sleep. Probably the number one thing we deprive ourselves of. Yet, it's also a number one essential for good health, youthful energy, good relationships, financial success... and even getting into shape (more so than working out at the gym).

For the full story on sleep, I highly recommend a new book from my friend, health and nutrition expert Shawn Stevenson. It's packed with thoroughly researched, clinically proven facts. And clearly presented as a very good read.

The subtitle says "21 Proven Tips". It's actually 21 whole chapters, each with two or three practical power tips.Everyone will find something to better understand and improve their all-important quality of vital sleep.

That's the beauty of this book. It's not a list of "musts". Rather, it presents a smorgasbord of delicious choices from which you can choose what will work best for you.

Get it from Amazon and you could be enjoying better sleep tonight.

Your body will love you for it.

Your life depends on it.

You can listen to Shawn talking about the contents of his book here...

The connection between sleep, sex, income and fat-loss

... where Shawn also shares a couple of extra tips not in the book.

Wednesday, 14 May 2014

How Will You Celebrate?

What do you think is going on in this picture? Has some poor guy fallen out of the boat into the river?

That guy in the river...

  • He was 70 years old at the time. 
  • He was celebrating his 70th birthday with a swim. 
  • Behind him there are 70 boats carrying 70 people. 
  • And yes, the swimmer is pulling all of them along.

Who is that guy?

That amazing guy is Jack LaLanne.

"The Godfather of Fitness".

He opened the very first modern style fitness club way back in 1936.

From the 1950's for over three decades he also presented a successful national TV show in America, spreading the message of healthy eating and exercise.

He even has his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, among many other awards.

Amazing transformations

Jack started out in life as a very sickly teenager who couldn't even make it to school. He once said...

"As a kid I was a sugarholic and junk food junkie. 
It made me weak and it made me mean and sick." 

Back then, in the 1930's, there was no internet and very little of the information that is common nowadays. So Jack had to figure things out for himself. A true pioneer.

You can read more about Jack here...

That article about Jack is by Shawn Stevenson, another amazing guy who transformed his own vitality through personally researching the facts on healthy eating and exercise - even repairing the "incurable" degeneration of his spine.

Shawn is now tirelessly working to help countless others regain their natural health (just as Jack LaLanne did throughout his lifetime).

Spend some time on Shawn's website, it's a goldmine of healthy information, delivered in Shawn's unique engaging style.

Why am I telling you all this?

Today is my birthday - my 60th.

I have another decade to build up to celebrating in the style Jack LaLanne did.

But I did learn to swim this year, which is a start.

And it's never too late to start reclaiming your natural health and vitality.

Nor is it ever too early.

How will you be celebrating your 70th?

Jack passed away in 2011,
but his book Live Young Forever
is still selling well on Amazon.
In it he teaches how you could be
still going strong at 95, just like
Jack was when he wrote it.