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7 Simple Ways Of Relieving Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain and more specifically, relieving lower back pain is probably one of the biggest problems I deal with. Sedentary lifestyles and too much time spent sitting have wreaked havoc with the structure of our spines. So if you you suffer with pain in the lumbar region

This article is for you!

Now I’m not an osteopath or a physio. In my role as a Personal Trainer I often see people after they’ve been with these guys for a while. But when I’ve got my other hat on, as a Performance Coach and Nutritionalist. I try my best to ensure my clients never have to see these guys in the first place.

To do that I focus much more on what is going on inside the body. 

Why?

A lot of lower back pain is aggravated by inflammation. 

Let’s say you’ve got problems in your lower back. Often caused by poor posture due to sitting too much. Whether this is muscular or skeletal, it often causes the muscles to tighten up. A lot. This makes it harder for essential nutrients to get in and for waste products to be taken out of the muscles. It makes the muscles have to work harder to achieve the same result. It also means there just isn’t enough physical space for the muscles and organs anymore. 

Relief from lower back pain

The end result…inflammation. 

So if we can reduce this inflammation we can start to make it easier for the circulatory system and the lymphatic system to do their jobs. As well as relieving pressure on the organs and allowing the muscles to work properly again. 

At best this can start a chain reaction which leads to a massive lessening of pain and a return of function. At the least it means when you do go to the Osteopath or Physio, it’s MUCH easier for them to actually get into the muscles and manipulate them…

Without giving themselves a hernia. 

Meaning you get great results, much faster.

Now I’ve seen a lot of cases of lower back pain clear up just doing what I’m going to suggest next. When you combine these methods with with a good osteopath you often see stellar results.

So Where To Start?

Well some of these are so simple its silly:

  1. Water: Drink at least 2.5 litres of filtered water a day, preferably with good electrolytes
  2. Red light: These is a huge amount of research being done into the healing benefits of red light. For more information on this see my friends over at Red Light Rising
  3. Foam rolling: All over the body. It’s common to see lower back problems being more to do with the glutes an hamstrings (the most powerful muscles in the body) than with the back itself. So by getting rid of any knots in these places you can make a huge difference to your lower back pain
  4. Systemic enzymes: These little guys are naturally produced by the body, unfortunately after the age of 25 our body really slows down production. Which is a shame as these guys play a great role in reducing inflammation, promoting recovery and breaking down scar tissue in the body. Which you’re likely to have a lot of around your lower back if it’s causing you pain.
  5. Collagen: this is more a restorative thing, but mort of our diets are hugely lacking in Collagen, which is one of the bodies main building blocks for ligaments, and connective tissue.
  6. Omega 3, Turmeric, garlic, ginger are all great at reducing inflammation in general so include them as much as you can in your food.
  7. Another thing I found really helped me is a really innocuous device called a SHOFT, these things are so simple but I’ve found they really do help to correct my posture whilst driving. If you drive a lot it’s something I’d definitely consider.

Now this isn’t a complete list and I go into this in much more depth in my latest book. It’s called “Secrets of Peak Performance in a Connected World” and you can grab your FREE copy here >>

Of course, all of this will do nothing…

If you’re going out and eating a load of junk and causing a load of systemic inflammation with your diet. So the basis of this is, of course, a low inflammatory diet. Eat foods with one ingredient..an egg is an egg. 

Look at your latest TV meal from the supermarket and see how many ingredients there are and how many you’ve never heard of before. This is not food(not for humans at least) and is making your pain worse.

Once you’ve done this for a month, you should start noticing your pain decreasing.

If you combine what I talk about above with deep tissue massage and manipulation from an expert you can really see things fly and suffer much less from aches and pains and crippling back pain.

Sam
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We Need To Talk About Porn (It’s Probably Ruining Your Life)

Well I never thought I’d find myself writing that title, but the simple fact is yes, if you regularly use porn it’s probably destroying your life in more ways than you can imagine.

Before we go into how, I need to clear one thing up, I’m talking about porn here…not masturbation or sex. These things are very different and there are some specific reasons why porn is potentially harmful… so let’s not get the 2 confused.

Now before we get into this I need to talk about dopamine…or the molecule of more.

Dopamine is the molecule which in many ways makes life worth living. It’s that buzz we get when we experience something new. It drives us towards novelty and growth…to seek more in life 

Now the dopamine system is designed to trigger occasionally when you do something really awesome (as its highly addictive). It’s primary job is to give you the motivation to keep moving. 

In ancestral terms, it rewards you when you getup off your ass and go find a new cave, or a new herd of antelope to hunt, or a new mate.

In modern terms it’s what gives you the buzz when you land a new trick in your favourite extreme sport, when your team scores a goal…it’s what makes you seek novelty and makes you want more. 

Ok so what does this have to do with porn?

Well dopamine is also responsible for driving us to seek sexual partners. Once we find one and actually do the deed we get a dopamine reward to ensure we want to repeat this activity. As it’s obviously advantageous to the propagation of the species that we do more of it!

When you watch porn you get the same dopamine response as you do when you have sex. The brain literally thinks you’re having sex with the person on the screen. 

The problem with porn is that you’re only a click away from watching a different person having sex. So in one porn watching session your brain thinks it’s having sex with a load of different  people…

….and rewards you with a dopamine hit for each different one.

This totally overrides the brains natural safety system, as I doubt there’s many people in the world who have had real sex with 20+ people in 30 mins, and floods the brain with dopamine. (Which also changes the structure of your brain to make it more addicted to dopamine)

This much dopamine causes the dopamine receptors to de-sensitise. So now it takes more and more stimulation (dopamine) to provoke the same response. Not just in porn but in life in general. How do you get more stimulation? 

More novelty…

So now the next time you sit down in front of your computer tissues in hand, rather than just watching normal porn videos you have to seek more novelty to get off. This escalates and escalates and before you know it you’re watching someone getting off with a donkey. Despite the fact that you have zero interest in real life donkeys.

Now this desensitisation of your dopamine receptors means nothing in life excites you anymore. Unless it releases a huge amount of dopamine…

This puts you into a state where you are totally apathetic about EVERYTHING and literally don’t want to do anything. You have no energy and no lust for life, it literally sucks the juice out of life for you (open intended!). As nothing now gives you that dopamine high.

What’s this got to do with you? 

Well most adventurous souls are by default dopamine junkies. It’s why we’re into adventurous stuff in the first place as it releases a tonne of Dopamine every time we head out on our next adventure. This tends to mean we seek dopamine in many other aspects of life. Which leaves us particularly vulnerable to porn addiction and it’s massive dopamine highs.

Secondly, despite the fact that our adventures trigger a release of dopamine, they don’t come anywhere near to the dopamine rush of having sex with 20+ people in 30 mins. So if your receptors have been dulled by a lot of porn use you simply stop getting any sort of rush from almost anything else. 

No buzz = No motivation.

So you stop doing it or certainly don’t do it with anywhere near the amount of passion and drive as you should be.

So if you’re struggling to find the motivation you once had maybe ask yourself some tough questions. The good news is simply by giving up you can ofter see a reversal of these symptoms in a few weeks or months. Leaving you suddenly wondering where all this energy and lust for life came from.

If you want to discover more secrets of peak performance especially for those of you who are stuck in the office all day grab a free copy of my latest book here >>

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Recover From Exercise MUCH Faster After 40

Recover from kitesurfing

Recover from exercise faster, even when you’re over 40, so you can go all day…and then do it again and again and again.

“Leave me alone…just 5 minutes more…” he groaned from under the sheets.

I couldn’t believe it, this was the same man who just 2 days ago had been dragging me down to the beach at 8am. 8am when there was absolutely NO wind and no forecast of wind for another 5 hours, but he wanted to be there anyway, “just in case.”  

Today at 11 am it was windy and I couldn’t get him out of bed!

It was something we’d see all the time back when I ran kitesurfing camps…

People would work their ass off to save up for the holiday, blow a load of cash getting here and would generally have been looking forward to kitesurfing their ass off for the last few months.

They’d rock up at the beach like a kid in a sweet shop, take in all the sunkist bodies, the kites in the sky, the wind gently teasing them…

They’d rig up in seconds…often getting their wetsuit on backwards in their haste. And RUN down to the waterline to get started.

Fast forward 3 days…

That same person was now having to be dragged out of bed in the morning. When we told them it was windy a kind of terror crossed their face.

When we finally got to the beach they’d take ages to rig up, have forgotten 100 things in the car, need to buy water and a sandwich before they started. Once they finally did hit the water they’d be back and sunbathing in 30 mins…

What caused this incredible turn around in their attitude?

Recover from exercise faster

I’m sure you’ve guessed it. Kitesurfing, like any other exercise, causes stress on the body. Time and time again we’d see our clients bodies were simply unable to to bounce back from that stress.

THE PROBLEM

People tend to split exercise preparation, exercise and then recovery into separate and distinct activities…

BUT…effective recovery starts way before we ever start to exercise.

Think of your ability to deal with stress as a cup.

  • The bigger the cup the more ability you have to tolerate stress.
  • The faster you can drain liquid from the cup the quicker you can recover from stress.
  • The more liquid you have in the cup the more stressed you are.

Now exercise is a stress…so when you’re exercising you’re adding liquid to the cup.

So if you can ensure, before you ever start to exercise that your cup is the size of a trophy and as empty of liquid as it can. Whilst having great systems in place to empty liquid out when it accumulates. You’re going to do a lot better on your next activity holiday or just the next time you hit the gym.

Here’s the key…it takes time to set these things in place. You cannot increase the size of the cup overnight, or empty the cup in a few hours. So by the time you rock up on your next activity holiday, if you don’t already have them in place…it’s too late!

So we want to be doing things ALL THE TIME to increase the size of the cup and drain liquid out of it effectively.

What Are Those Things?

Well I’m sure you’ve heard them before…

  • Low inflammatory, high nutrient diet
  • Young muscles which can receive oxygen and remove waste
  • Great sleep
  • Cold water
  • Fasting
  • Systemic enzymes
  • Hydrate
  • Omega 3 fatty acids
  • Collagen
  • Daylight
  • Movement

Really we’re talking about one thing, I call it the Secret Sauce:

Lowering stress of ALL kinds: So in addition to all the above, do a load of whatever works for you to lower your general stress levels. For some that might be meditation, for others a walk on the beach, laughing lots or hugging. 


THE CEO’s DILEMMA

For a lot of you high driver types, your chosen form of stress relief is exercise…exercise which (in the short term at least) adds more liquid to your cup making you more stressed! 

So I would suggest finding something to de stress which isn’t exercise!

Now exercise is without a doubt one of the best de stressors there it, but it’s also placing more stress on your body and forcing it to recover even more…

This is why super stressed CEO’s, who’s only stress release is to go to the gym, end up digging themselves in to a hole they just can’t CLIMB OUT OF.


It’s important we don’t focus on recovery as a separate activity, distinct from the pre exercise preparation and the exercise itself. Why? Because after exercise, there’s actually not a lot can do (at least if we don’t want to spend lots of money or need fancy equipment).

So What We Can Do:

  • Compression garments
  • Magnesium
  • Hot/Cold (there’s a reason athletes spend so long in the jacuzzi)
  • MOVEMENT
  • Massage
  • Red light
  • Branch Chain Amino Acids (BCAA’s)
  • L-Glutamine
  • Ashwagandha

But to be honest even if you’re doing all these things but don’t do the PRE work…you won’t notice a huge difference…

Recovery is a lifestyle…its about prepping your body to perform at its best so it can recover at its best…consistently.

I go into this deep in my latest book, “Post 40 Secrets.” Your underground playbook for performing like you’re 20 when you’re 40, 50 or 60+. Grab your FREE copy here >>

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Staying Fit After 40 – The Big Secret

Staying Fit After 40

Staying fit after 40 has nothing to do with a specific way of eating or training. There are endless theories and strategies that different people follow.

It has nothing to do with genetics. Your body needs at least 3 years to show anything close to its genetic potential. The truth is, you have absolutely no idea what your body is capable of until you give it a chance to show you.

It’s something much more fundamental than those things. Those are surface level. Training and nutritional strategies are what I like to call methods.

If you want to truly get results AND maintain them, you need something better than methods…

You need principles.

Staying Fit After 40

Principles are the underlying knowledge and rational behind the methods.

When you understand the principles, you’re able to create your own methods.

An example…

You just got home from a long day at work and look in the refrigerator to see a leftover slice of cake. It looks enticing, but you know it’s bad for you. You know the method: don’t eat cake.

But you don’t know the principle. You don’t really know exactly why it’s bad, just that it is. So now it’s down to your discipline. Except that you’re faced with situations like this almost daily, and discipline isn’t all-powerful.

Now let’s introduce the principle.

The sugar in the cake digests very quickly and spikes your blood sugar (glucose) levels. When this happens, your body releases Insulin, a hormone that triggers your cells to open and absorb the glucose. This is either to be stored for later in a form called glycogen or to be metabolised in the cell and used for energy immediately.

But this isn’t the only thing that Insulin does. It also makes you more prone to fat storage, so now all the fat in that cake is immediately making its way into your fat cells.

And, if you expose your cells to too much Insulin (cough, cough, people who drink pop all the time), they build a tolerance. This is called Insulin Resistance and ultimately leads to Type II Diabetes.

So now that you know this, does that slice of cake look quite as appealing?

I’m guessing you’ll choose to pass next time you’re in this predicament.

And now you see why understanding the principles behind the methods is the key to making better choices.

Because at the end of the day, the only thing standing between you and your goals is your choices.

If you want to discover more principles like this…

…and a load of the uncommon sense behind health and fitness I’m running a 5 day training (for free!).

Aimed specifically at externe sports enthusiasts over 40 it’ll give you the Principles to improve your health, your fitness and your overall performance massively in just 5 days. 

First up I give you the Principles in a 30 minute training and then help you develop the Methods which will work for you and get results fast.

(Last time I ran this the average result participants got was losing 2 kilos of fat and gaining a kilo of muscle in just 5 days!)

It starts soon and you can join me here >> 

Sam.

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Perform Better After 40 Than You Did At 20

When I first started getting serious about optimal human performance and wanted to ensure I could perform better after 40 than I currently did, I had no idea where to start.

So the first place I went was my doctors, after all, who knows more about health? 

I asked him ”Doc, I feel ok, but I want to feel amazing, can you help?”

My doctor looked at me and said, “Ok great, what symptoms do you have?” 

“Hmmm…nothing really I guess”

“Well I’m afraid I can’t help you young man.” 

(I was 25 at the time!)

I must have looked pretty disappointed as he went on to tell me something which has stuck with me all these years. 

”As doctors we are only trained to cure sickness, you get ill, you come to us, we fix you. But if you’re not sick there’s nothing we can do.

We have a model of what is called health care when in fact it’s sickness care. Health care would be ensuring people never got sick in the first place! How’s this relevant? Well…

Most of us peak in our natural performance between the ages of 15 – 25. Some of us, the athletes and those who look after themselves or win the genetic lottery manage to stay there a bit longer, maybe up to 30.

After which it’s generally a long, slow decline towards death…”

“Cheery thought huh?”

“What most people don’t realise is, this isn’t inevitable. In fact there are some people who seem to totally avoid this decline altogether. It can certainly be prolonged long after what is currently considered natural.”

I thought of the various athletes I knew who were considered outliers as they were considerably older than the norm and still dominating their game.

Tom Brady the 43 year old star quarterback and superstar of the NFL being a prime example.

perform better after 40

“You see, declining performance in ALL areas is a process of death by 1000 cuts. We eat crap, we neglect sleep, we work too hard and for too long, we party too much, we don’t exercise or over exercise, we spend too much time being stressed or don’t apply the right kinds of stress to the body.

In short we abuse our bodies which slowly, slowly, slowly get worn down as a result.

So by the time most of us reach 30, we are operating at 50% of our full potential, at most.”

Then he flashed a grin at me and said…“That’s where I come in,

It’s at about this stage people start coming to see me, lack of energy, can’t sleep, gaining weight, feeling tired, depression. If they’re unlucky it might be some industrial disease, CFS, IBS or something else with a name. It might be simpler, just not being as fit as they feel they should be or not being able to bring it like they used to.

There’s still not a lot we can do as doctors at this stage as they generally don’t have any medical symptoms for us to work with.

So they start to self medicate.

They drink coffee to wake them up in the morning, alcohol to knock themselves out in the evening and energy drinks to get through the day.

They throw down painkillers, start doing crash diets which, although they may provide temporary relief, actually throw the body into greater chaos. Further reducing their long term performance by adding a few more cuts to those 1000 we talked about earlier.

The insidious problem here is, all their friends are showing similar symptoms as well. So they think their complaints are normal and chalk it up to old age.

One of the major problems in the western world today is the belief symptoms are normal and simply a sign of growing old. I’m telling you after 30 years as a doctor, symptoms are common in our western world…they are NEVER normal. It’s just, we pretty much ALL suffer from them and so believe they are.”

“Wow,” I thought this is interesting. So I asked, 

“Ok, now you come to mention it, I’ve been noticing I’m not as energetic as I used to be. I struggle more at the gym and on the water. I don’t sleep as well, I get bloated after eating and I’m starting to put on a few pounds. Do you think this means I’m not performing as well as I could be?”

“Young man…” he said, looking me up and down, “I believe you are currently operating at somewhere around 50% of your true potential…”

“Holy Cow!”

I was the healthiest person I knew!

He continued, “Right now you have 2 choices. You can carry on as you are and continue this inevitable, slow decline into death or do something about it and take your performance back up to 100%.”

“Is that even possible?” I said.

“Oh God yes…

Think of your body like a car, a high performance sports car.

If you take this car and put crappy fuel in it, drive it like a maniac, crash it a few times and never take it for a service or to see a mechanic, in 20 years it’ll be ready for the scrap heap.

But if you take this car and put a new engine in, replace all the parts with new ones and lovingly restore the body work, you can restore it to its former glory. What’s more because technology has advanced in those 20 years, it can actually be rebuilt better.

Biology works in exactly the same way, but it’s easier because it does all the work for you. You just have to give it the inputs it needs to do its job…which is actually a lot simpler than people think.”

I go over those inputs and walk you through exactly how you can use them to rejuvenate your biology, knocking years off your biological age in my latest book “Post 40 Secrets”

You can grab your free copy here >>

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How Giving Up Booze Nearly Killed Me…

Giving up booze is often touted as the miracle cure, for me it turned into something quite different…

A Journey Into One Mans Dysfunction.

I hadn’t drunk alcohol in 6 months…

and I felt terrible for it.

Sure I hadn’t suffered the hangovers, but I’d developed something much worse… 

Before I gave up the bottle I was working 16 hour days and doing the work of 6 people. 

I thought my ability to do this consistently was a sign of my high performance lifestyle. I was eating well, exercising plenty, taking handfuls of supplements and following the advise of a bunch of Peak Performance gurus, I thought I was Bulletproof.

Now the fact that I was sleeping for around 4 hours a night, waking up with my stomach in knots and my mind racing only forced to reinforce this fact in my misguided mind. 

I was resilient and could take it.

I knew however, I still had one crutch. I’d go out most weeks, get absolutely smashed and then spend the next few days feeling terrible. I realised if I wanted to be truly high performance this habit had to go. So I gave up.

Giving Up Booze

Suddenly I started falling asleep the instant my head hit the pillow, didn’t suffer the apathy and depression of hangovers and had a TONNE of energy…

Well that all sounds great Sam, well done…

And that’s exactly what I thought, but…

Let’s Explore The True Depths Of My Dysfunctionality.

What did I use this new found energy for?

  • Did I go kitesurfing and set out on crazy adventures like I really wanted to? 
  • Did I use it to spend more time with friends? 
  • Did I maybe just use it to read more and feed my brain? 

Of course not…

I used it to work even harder!

I was now doing the work of 8 people…not only was I a high performance human being I was now a high performance human being who didn’t drink…how incredible was I? Just look at me you mere mortals as I run around from 4 am to 12 am and never stop…

What a perfect example of a High Performance Human Being….

What An Idiot!

The short story is giving up booze drove me towards burnout even faster….it gave me the energy to bugger myself up properly! 

And for that I am actually grateful. Had my journey towards burnout been slower I’d still most likely be living that way now.

Now funnily enough the message I want you to take from this post isn’t that giving up booze is bad, when I actually sorted my life out this proved to be one of the most empowering steps I’ve ever taken, but instead to highlight my fundamental problem with the world of high performance at the moment.

Nootropics, bio hacks, handfuls of supplements…all these are great if you have the fundamental foundations to build on…ie a healthy biology and a healthy lifestyle which supports high performance. 

Mainly one which combines ample recovery time in-between your bouts of high performance.

If you don’t have these you’re just…

Putting Rocket Fuel In A Skoda.

And can just sit back and watch as the poor vehicle shakes itself apart when you put your foot on the gas.

The key here is to build a lifestyle of high performance first. And that doesn’t mean running out and ordering all the latest nootropics. The most important aspect of high performance isn’t high performance itself is how you recover from and prepare for your next bout of high performance. 

Just like a top class athlete knows the time between training sessions is where the magic happens (as this is where your muscles grow and your brain lays down new neural pathways) so the same is true of high performance. We must learn to recover effectively, to prepare the body for its next bout of high performance.

And the way we do that? By switching off, powering down, chilling out and giving our body time to do the heavy lifting it needs.

I’ve written a book called “Post 40 Secrets” where I walk you through how to upgrade yourself so you can perform like your 20 when you’re 40, 50 or 60 +, it’s free and you can grab your copy here >>

Sam
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🌊 My Hopeless Day Of Surfing With No Waves

No Wave Surfing

What the hell were we doing? 

Here I was, lying on my kite board, on a totally flat ocean, freezing my ass off, attempting to surf.

And it was the best morning I’d spent for months!

There was absolutely no chance of me catching a wave but it was a windless, crystal clear day on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world and I was chatting to a mate.

I realised life doesn’t get much better than this.

One of the things we were talking about was how we had this all this on our door step, yet we barely if ever did it.

It had taken 2 months of lockdown for us to actually get off our ass and go “surfing,” or as it’s more commonly known sitting on a board, on an endless ocean, chatting shit whilst shivering our balls off, (well I was, he had a bit more “insulation” than I did!).

We got to talking about why this was?

We realised that as we’d got older our priorities had subtly shifted, we both had good jobs which we enjoyed but which also took up a lot of our time.

In my friends case he’d started sleeping less and less and as a result was working out less and less and even when he had the time he simply had less energy to do the things he really wanted to do.

So the thought of getting up at the crack of dawn to go surfing wasn’t something he’d ever really considered.



Unfortunately it’s something I see again and again. As people get older they make less and less time for the things they love. This happens naturally enough at first, job, kids, life just get in the way.

By the time they know it they’re 40, a bit chubbier, a bit more out of shape, and while they LOVE the idea of heading out and indulging their passions…

They just can’t seem to find the motivation, the time or the energy to do so…beside they’d better get in shape first, after all, they don’t want to get injured.

The tragic thing, which we we discovered that waveless day…

These sports, these things you love, once you do start doing them again they provide their own intrinsic motivation.

They become the reason to get fit, to lose those pounds, to feel awesome and perform better.

So if you’d like to kickstart your passion every week in our free online community “The Pack” I run a masterclass where I dive deep into how you can get fit, lose weight, feel amazing and have more energy to do the sports you love (without EVER counting calories, going hungry or packing yourself into a gym) I’d love to see you there.

>>Join The Pack Here >>

Sam.

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Owner of Tantrum & Creator of The NTX System

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My Hopeless Day Of Surfing With No Waves

What the hell were we doing? 

Here I was lying on my kite board on a totally flat ocean, freezing my ass off, attempting to surf.

It was the best morning I’d spent for months.

There was absolutely no chance of me catching a wave but it was a windless, crystal clear day on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world and I was chatting to a mate.

I realised life doesn’t get much better than this.

One of the things we were talking about was how we had this all this on our door step, yet we barely if ever did it. It had taken 2 months of lockdown for us to actually get off our ass and go “surfing,” or as it’s more commonly known sitting on a board, on an endless ocean chatting shit whilst shivering our balls off, (well I was he had a bit more “insulation” than I did!).

We got to talking about why this was?

We realised that as we’d got older our priorities had subtly shifted, we both had good jobs which we enjoyed but which also took up a lot of our time, in my friends case he’d started sleeping less and less and so was working out less and less and just had less energy to do the things he really wanted to do.So the thought of getting up at the crack of dawn to go surfing wasn’t something he’d ever really considered.

Unfortunately it’s something I see again and again. As people get older they make less and less time for the things they love. This happens naturally enough at first, job, kids, life just get in the way. By the time they know it they’re 40 and are now a bit chubbier, a bit more out of shape than they were and while they LOVE the idea of heading out and indulging their passions, they just can’t seem to find the motivation, the time or the energy to do so…beside they’d better get in shape first, don’t want to get injured.

The tragic thing which we we discovered that waveless day…once you do start these sports they provide their own intrinsic motivation. They become the reason to get fit, to lose those pounds, to feel awesome and perform better.

So if you’d like to kickstart your passion every week in our community “The Pack” I run a masterclass where I dive deep into how you can get fit, lose weight, feel amazing and have more energy to do the things you really LOVE (without counting calories, going hungry or packing yourself into a gym) I’d love to see you there.

You can join the group and reserve your seat for the masterclass here >>