Optimal Functioning: Part 1
In my last post, I explained why health is our number one asset and defined it as optimal functioning of our bodies. In my opinion, optimal functioning can be broken down into four different parts and in the following posts I will explain each of the parts.
Let’s start with the first one. The first part I will address is having optimal mechanical function of your body. Optimal mechanical functioning means that your body is moving in its proper way - meaning you are able to perform your intended bodily movements the right way. This can range from simple tasks like being able to sit up in the morning when you get out of bed (you’d be surprised how many people suffer with this task alone), being able to comb your hair or brush your teeth to more complex bodily movements like walking, running or swimming etc. Your body needs to have optimal mechanical functioning in order to complete all these activities and more with relative ease. But the question I want to leave with you and in the next three blogs as I lay out the different parts of optimal functioning is this: What controls and directs your body to be able to optimally move properly? Some of you may already know this answer and that’s awesome. Think about it and as you read my next few blogs you’ll see where I’m going with this.
In the meantime, keep moving and keep healthy.
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