Chronic The Hedgehog 2

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Pretty much this time last year I wrote a blog about the new Sonic The Hedgehog film.

This bad boy –>

In it I talked about food choices.

And how we can only really eat unhealthily in a chronic way.

No one bit of food or meal or even a day can be acutely unhealthy.

And how thinking it can be often causes to eat chronically unhealthy.

There are many things in life that we, perhaps, get the old chronic-acute thing not quite right in.

Or, at least, not in the way that serves us best.

Our energy levels is another one.

We train ourselves to be really good at acutely raising our energy levels.

Often by sticking things into our body.

Often sugary and or caffeinated things that cause that spike in energy.

But a corresponding dip later.

When we feel the need to repeat the process.

Energy levels up and down throughout the day and week.

We know it’s not ideal.

We’re not daft.

But it can be hard to see a way out.

And it’s tempting to think without these things we’ll be lower in energy.

We won’t be able to get through our day and everything we need to do.

To think that reducing these things will lead to less energy overall.

When, chronically, the opposite is true.

Rather than being drastically up and down………..

It can become marginally up and down………..

But around a higher level.

Fluctuating between and 8 and 10 (for an average of 9) …………

Rather than between a 2 and 9 (for an average of 5.5).

It’s that instant benefit that can make it hard to see.

The chocolate bar or coffee makes us feel better in seconds.

Unlike the better food choices, improved sleep, lifestyle practices, exercise, etc.

But they lead to more energy overall longer term.

And when we see those shorter term decisions are actually going to do the exact opposite of what we want them to do…………

It can become an easier decision.

Much love,

Jon ‘Knuckles’ Hall

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Jon Hall

When not helping people to transform their lives and bodies, Jon can usually be found either playing with his kids or taxi-ing them around. If you'd like to find out more about what we do at RISE then enter your details in the box to the right or bottom of this page or at - this is the same way every single one of the hundreds who've described this as "one of the best decisions I've ever made" took their first step.