What is our potential?
Over the past 3 decades we have seen exponential improvements in understanding what we are capable of as humans. Records have been broken and seem to be broken every year in the Olympics and professional sports – sometimes with controversy. Athletes are willing to go to incredible lengths to push their body’s to new heights and it has fuelled our industry to find better, safer and sport-approved methods of unlocking our maximum capabilities.
Peak Physical Performance refers to an individual who has reached the maximum or near maximum capability of the human body when it comes to health and physical fitness. This can be very sport, skill or ability-specific, but it means much more than raw strength alone and is truly achieved in combination with mental toughness, intelligence, stamina, agility and speed.
Achieving Peak Physical Performance for the average person who is not solely dedicating their life to this pursuit can be challenging, however, we can all learn from these elite athletes and their achievements in order to become stronger, faster and mentally tougher.
This post is the first in our series of a topic we are exploring called “Biohacking,” and we will cover how we can all achieve our own Peak Physical Condition through:
To help your body deal with the large volume of training you’ll need to do to reach peak physical performance, your diet will need to be dialed in. There should be a dietary focus on foods high in protein and healthy fats, whereas processed, sugary, and junk foods should for the most part be avoided.
Training will take center-stage in the journey towards peak human condition. Most of those in peak human condition have a background in sports for a reason: many sports such as basketball, sprinting, triathlon or soccer require vast amounts of cardio performance which can vary from low-to-medium intensity all the way up to high intensity.
Training hard each week will take its toll on the body, which is why most high-level athletes will regularly get remedial massages, stretch or follow a yoga routine.
The running theme of this article is that peak physical performance isn’t built on brawn alone. The mind can both promote or limit your performance depending on your mindset.
Today, we want to help you biohack your mental toughness by thinking about the following key points and supplements to support you:
- Being confident – compete with yourself. This means believing in yourself and your goals, and consistently trying to be better than the person you were yesterday. This being said, confidence means accepting that growth doesn’t always happen exponentially- setbacks may occur but remain confident and collective enough to not doubt yourself or naysayers.
- Concentrating – being in the now makes a huge difference in being able to get the most out of your training time. Not only because you avoid wasting time, but you also focus on your form, movements and rhythm more acutely. This will help you avoid injury, but also focus on training more efficiently.
- Having goals in mind – use visualization techniques, and implement goal planning from larger to smaller day to day goals
- Discipline and perseverance – working out even when you don’t want to or when you don’t see results
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