Health Care – I think it’s time that we redefine what these two words mean.  These two words used together have been misused and misrepresented for some time now and the irony is that it should be defined for you, by you.

 You can start by asking yourself a few questions.  For example: What is necessary for you to own your health?  Are you happy with where your current level of health is?  How would you know when you got there?  These are just a few, maybe not so, simple questions and the goal is to answer them for yourself.

 For me, the answers are as follows:  First, to name a few, I need my ‘training time’ each day, my H20, daily nutrients, and thousands of smiles from the people I am fortunate enough to have in my life.  Second, I am content with where my level of health is, however, I am more content to always look on improving it.  Lastly, honestly I may never get there, yet I have found comfort in the journey to find it and the fact I continue to strive toward it shows I have just the right amount that I need for today.

In closing, I think the most important thing to take from all of this is you’ll have more success if you fill your environment with the tools and the makings to either find or keep your personal level of health.  When you take the time to do that, the ‘other’ things that are keeping you from it tend to just slip away.  Or in other words, get your health and keep your sanity.

A Sanity approach to fitness,
Daniel J Sanidad