- Startling fact: many elite athletes is that they have lower life expectancy than the general population
- So how do you become fit while also being healthy? What are the consequences? After you watch the following video, you can read this PEERtrainer article on how to exercise in a way that is healthy for you. The article goes over Stu's advice in greater detail.
- This is the first of several videos where we are going to share with you. If you are new to PEERtrainer, it is important to communicate to you that what Stu is saying below is VERY different from what you will hear from your spinning instructor.
- We think his approach is both unique and very important, and relevant to ANYONE who is starting to become more active.
- Stu's view is that there ARE incorrect approaches to exercise and these can hurt you over the long term. The healthiest approach to exercise is the opposite of "no pain no gain."
- Stu also follows a diet that is similar to the ideas we outline in the new PEERtrainer Cheat System. It is a diet that is ideal for athletes, and you can download a PDF copy of the system from this link.
Nice video. Very valuable message. Thanks for sharing.
Posted by: Gina | September 28, 2010 at 08:23 AM
This video is very inspiring to the possibilities that the human body can do. Very interesting fact about professionals. I would like to learn more from Stu. Do you have any other information from Stu?
Posted by: John | September 27, 2010 at 10:37 PM
I'm sorry, I really did not understand the message of this video. And I was left wondering, what good is running hundreds of miles a week for anyone? Does this contribute in a positive way to society or to others?
Posted by: Anonymous | September 27, 2010 at 10:58 AM
This is a good message for everyone, especially the average person who pushes their self too hard. The payoff may not be worth it.
Posted by: Renee | September 25, 2010 at 03:17 PM