During 2016 and looking for a way to boost my general health and wellbeing, I began reading the Primal Blueprint and started to follow its principles, which includes dietary, lifestyle and exercise advice. Within a month I could notice the benefits: improved sleep, greater productivity, feeling stronger, improved physical health, feeling more upbeat, and generally feeling more content with life.
Such changes inspired me to become a Primal Health Coach. Following an extensive course, I qualified in 2017 and began working with my first clients later that year. At the start of this year I launched my own health and wellbeing business with Primal Health Coaching an integral service.
Many training programs involve struggle and sacrifice – diets and strenuous exercise plans that are unrealistic and hard to maintain. The Primal Health approach is refreshingly different. Based on contemporary and evolving scientific findings, a Primal Health plan emphasises tasty food, occasional indulgences, moderate and accessible physical activities and, most importantly – fun.
Fitness goals can be achieved in less time with high intensity exercise sessions. Regular, brief, strength training sessions and occasional all-out sprints promote optimal gene expression and broad athletic competency. So participants can experience more benefits in a fraction of the time spent doing the time-consuming chronic exercise advocated by conventional wisdom.
And with 80% of your body shape determined by how you eat, making dietary improvements a key part of any primal health plan. Many modern foods (even ones you thought were healthy) can cause you to gain weight, accelerate ageing and increase disease risk.
If following a primal health plan is of interest to you, look at this launch offer, which includes your own bespoke plan regardless of if you commit to any further sessions.
Written by Matthew Carlton