Be Super Fit:
What does super fit mean to you?
If someone was able to do almost anything and yet they did almost nothing; and someone else who was considered less abled, unfit and unhealthy did more than most people – then how do you compare or quantify their health and fitness; especially in relation to the meaning or purpose of life?
Please pause and think about this before reading further – consider your response . . .
Fit for purpose is a common phrase. A sumo wrestler and a cyclist will both have a different perspective on what fitness and exercise is. Similarly, a depressed or traumatised individual will not be as focused as a Tai Chi Instructor regarding mental clarity, focused discipline and the strict avoidance of negative stressors.
To be super fit requires ‘harmony’ between your thoughts, feelings and your actions. This harmony can be measured in a simple and effective manner – known as Heart Rate Variability (HRV).
The greater your HRV the greater your ‘optimum arousal zone’ and the greater your ability to experience ‘flow / bliss’.
Be Super Ltd consider Super Health as experiencing flow and bliss most of the time:
How do you become super healthy