You have visible body fat so you must be “out of shape” right? I mean it’s right in the wording – shape!

This is unfortunate because it means your judgement is based heavily on how you look. This is a mistake, how your body performs with regards to strength and stamina as well as range of motion is more important.

At our studio we have worked with countless people who may look less athletic than another client yet found their fitness to be significantly higher. In fact, we have seen as many serious health issues arise in thin, formally athletic individuals as those who carry unneeded body fat!

It seems counterintuitive but strength comes first. You may be thin but your engines may also be small thus weak. In the long run you are not well protected from disease and aging. On the other hand you may be heavy set but have plenty of muscle to protect your organs and skeletal structure.

It is high time that the medical community get on board and encourage people not to judge a book by its cover. Doctors need to encourage strength and range of motion testing to establish basic fitness and better assess susceptibility to disease and age related decay.

See our free and easy to follow home workout on our home page:

Be well, be strong

Andrew and Tierney

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