Take your health seriously

Take your health seriously. I cannot stress this enough. Take your health seriously, because your two biggest assets are your time and your health. If you lose either of those, you have serious problems.

How to take your health seriously

That’s actually a pretty good question. A lot of people don’t know this because almost everything they teach you is wrong. Plus, if everyone was healthy, the insurance industry and also the drug industry would have a serious problem.

First of all, you need to eat right. A carnivorous diet is vastly underrated. The health industry is finally admitting meat is good for you.

Remember only ten years ago, red meat was the worst thing you can possibly eat? I remember telling everyone who told me that that they’re a fucking idiot. I wasn’t even nice about it. For the record, I’m not a nice guy. I tell the truth, and people are too chickenshit to accept the truth because they only like to be told what they want to hear.

Anyways, second, you need other nutrients. Juice and eat salads. Limit your carbs, and reduce processed food to nil. You also might want to try intermittent fasting. It has done wonders for me.

Finally, lift weights. All exercise is good, but some exercises are better than others. Like if you’re a woman and you want a nice ass, there’s a saying that women who look good in yoga pants do more squats than yoga. There’s a reason for that. Stretching isn’t a complete exercise. Lifting weights is.

Should you run long distance?

I don’t run long distance and I don’t recommend it. Out here in San Francisco, we have all these marathon runners and their bodies look like shit. I mean, really shit. I don’t want to see any of them naked. None of them will be doing any nude modeling for me any time soon.

When I boxed and wrestled, I did wind sprints because they were over fast. Wind sprints will build endurance and help you fight in a ring. Running long distance will just prematurely age you.

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Roman is an artist, composer, writer, and travel junkie, and he can still throw a football

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