Functional Training For The Mind

As an active author, my sole objective with every subsequent story is to create captivating content that is of immense benefit to the consumer. Last year, while pondering over potential new material, and with the aforementioned aim roaming around my mind like a graceful gazelle in a hot, dry desert, I decided that my next literary product would be centered around an activity that I adore. One that, if routinely focused on, can do wonders for your physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

The act, of course being fitness, has been tirelessly analyzed over the years, yet, the obesity rate in America continues to increase at an alarming rate. Now, how could that be? How could a culture with access to a surplus of positive material surrounding the importance of physical exercise be so collectively inept when it comes to putting the quality matter to use?

As I focused on these questions with a heightened concentration that was merely similar to a determined golfer on the tee box as he gets ready for his swing, I quickly realized that, as a writer, the only way to attack these impeding inquires is to script the physical health data in unique fashion so that it can be directly applied to one’s everyday life.

With this notion in mind, I penned Functional Training For The Mind, a fitness-based book that solely focuses on illustrating the value in physical training as it relates to one’s personal journey. For example, rather than telling the reader to habitually partake in a specific aerobic activity because of its obvious benefits, I vowed to highlight how just 20-minutes of cardio can enhance the physical size of their hippocampus, boost their heart rate, increase their circulation, and multiply their serotonin production, while always tying in why all of this matters when it comes to bettering their human experience.

Physical exercise, as an independent act, comes with so many under-appreciated mental and emotional perks that, because of the physical nature within the endeavor, are wrongfully overlooked, which is why I felt the responsibility to illuminate the neglected benefits for the betterment of society. Through fitness, if we can effectively understand how to remodel our minds, while also being in a prime position to maintain full control over our emotional status, then how can we lose?

If interested in learning how exactly the brain reacts when ‘on fitness’, check out my latest book.