How Biohacking Changed My Life
Self Improving - The Smart Way
Well, I thought I was fit and healthy...
Bodybuilding was my life. I loved lifting weights, being big 255 pounds (115 KG) and lean I was on top of the world but there was a problem - I was always sick.
I thought I was doing everything right. 6 small meals per day, hard workouts, lots of vegetables and grains. Oats and high fiber meals. On paper, it was the perfect regimen.
Problem was, all this information I'd spent years accumulating was built on trust, not my own due diligence. When I started investigating thoroughly, I developed a far more attuned sense of what was ACTUALLY healthy and what was grounded in little evidence.
Turns out, many people are healthy in spite of bad advice but can be far healthier when they get the very best information available.
That's what I did.
I started intermittent fasting, my first Biohack and wow. That's all I can say. Wow.
Okay, so, I can say a lot more... Which I"m gonna.
I started to question everything. Food, nutrition, lifestyle - Even my favorite pastime: Karate.
I came to a realization that everything could be done better so I set out on a biohacking journey.
Now, 2 years in I have not been sick once. Not once. Not a single cold, flu or ailment of any kind.
I'm mentally sharper and my memory is fantastic. My speed and flexibility are that of someone half my age and I appear to be aging slower than people my age (I'm 43).
I know a lot of biohackers who talk about slowing down the aging process and it's varying degrees of success as far as I can tell. I'm more than happy with how I'm aging but you can judge for yourself.
I've become hugely interested in the Horvath Clock. The concept that your biological age differs from your chronological age. In other words, your age number may not reflect your cellular age.
Anyway, I don't have to try and convince you biohacking works.
I'm not selling anything and I feel good, and other people seem to think I look alright so are you calling them liars?
Why Listen To This Guy?
Do or don't as you see fit. Personally, I'm not a big fan of gurus.
Biohacking has been a really fun lifestyle for me. I like what I eat. Love the benefits of being fit, lean, sharp, and happy. What's not to like?
I come from a background in computing but have a diploma in exercise science and also one in psychology as well. I'm a 3rd degree black belt with with experience in Kyokushin, Goju Ryu, Seido Karate as well as Tae Kwon Do.
You can find me on Linkedin if you want to connect there: AJJAMES
Between those three areas of expertise, I've developed what I think is a pretty good grasp of methodological efficacy and the understanding of what is actually effective.
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