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How to Be Proactive About Your Health

prevention Apr 08, 2024
How to Be Proactive About Your Health | Arangio

When it comes to your health, there are two kinds of people in the world.

Proactive and reactive.

Proactive folks choose a priority-one goal, deadline to achieve the goal, and follow a proven action plan.

Proactive folks choose to have either a good or great day.

They focus on the positive opportunities in life and the freedom we enjoy.

Proactive people enjoy healthy bodyfat, boundless energy, and minimal disease risk.

On the other hand, reactive people struggle with being overfat, overtired, and sick.

They may lack a clear goal.

Or they get caught up planning, planning, planning.

Unfortunately they never take action.

Deadline? What's that?

Reactive folks focus on the negative things.

Bad drivers, inclement weather, and mouthy politicians.

They get pleasure criticizing, condemning, and complaining about most everything.

The glass is always half empty and they will bend the ear of anyone willing to listen to their grouchiness.

(Read to the bottom to learn why complaining is pointless.)

They spend half of their lives rewinding "mistakes" from the past, not realizing that these "mistakes" teach amazing lessons.

The other half of life is spent anxious, worrying about the future.

But it doesn't need to be this way.

How to Be Proactive About Your Health

My most successful clients solve a problem before it has occurred.

They act in advance of a future situation, rather than reacting.

Truth is, being proactive can change your life.

To get something you've never had, you must do something you've never done.

Surround yourself with people that are smarter than you, fitter than you, kinder than you.

Be around folks who make you play up a level in life.

Maybe you are struggling with getting workouts in right now.

Perhaps you have good discipline with your nutrition, until about 7:00 PM when the urge to snack overwhelms you.

And then mindless eating begins.

Good news is you have the ability to get past all of this.

You can do it because you likely already have your basic needs met.

You have clean water and a flush toilet.

You have access to medical care.

You have a roof over your head.

Now imagine the less fortunate who do not have basic food, clothing and shelter.

Imagine having a child who is battling cancer.

Doesn't that put your life and current struggles into perspective?

If you want to lead by example and get in the absolute best shape of your life do the following:

  • Follow a portion-controlled nutrition plan
  • Train hard three hours per week (four 45-minute sessions weekly)
  • Manage stress and get eight hours of quality sleep nightly
  • Be thankful

I'm not handing you an M1 rifle and asking you to storm the beaches of Normandy on D-Day June, 6 1944. 

Bullets are not whizzing over your head and mortally wounding the soldier next to you.

Please, please be thankful for all of the good things in your life.

Be thankful that someone actually cares enough about you to share this lesson.

Get reborn. Get rejuvenated.

I'm here for you.

To your success,

Coach Joe



Joseph Arangio helps 40+ men and women get leaner, stronger, and happier. He's delivered over 100,000 transformation programs to satisfied clients around the globe. If you want to lose weight from home, with the best online age-management personal trainer, or you want to visit the best longevity personal trainer in the Lehigh Valley, you can take a free 14-day trial.

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