A top immune system for the Business Professional
by Eduard Schaepman, on 14 Jan 2021
Last week I already announced my plans for this year: we are going on a positive and especially a healthy tour together. Over the years I have gained so much experience that I now want to share it with you. With blogs and vlogs, in which I will dive into the world of health together with an athlete/expert/doctor/institute/health fanatic every week. A kind of Nomads all over the World Health edition, shall we say. Not a trip to the tribes this time, but a journey to a healthier life.
Healthy at the office
Because you can also become healthy when you have an office job. I have experienced myself how difficult it can be to keep all the balls in the air: maintaining social contacts, exercising, eating healthy, sleeping enough, all important factors that can sometimes slip away with a busy job. Yet it is really possible.
Fatter but aware
And since we all got a bit fatter last year and started exercising less, it's time to pick up the pace again. A lot more people are doing it, with trial and error perhaps, but we are becoming more aware of the impact of our lifestyle on our body, and therefore our health.
10 questions for my guests
In the upcoming series 'Healthy at the Office', I will be speaking to a lot of people about the influence of sports, nutrition and sleep, and how to deal with this even with an office job. A short walk after a long day, for example, is incredibly effective (and yes, you can also take that walk during a lunch break). For each episode, I have a very nice guest. For example, we have already recorded with two Olympic players, and a head coach of a great team, with supplements, Bike Fit, and others are planned! All my guests have one thing in common: they are very inspiring. I will ask each guest 10 questions about healthy lifestyles, and I will end with the questions 'what grade do you give yourself in terms of health?', and then I will ask them what grade they would give their happiness. It is already striking that the higher the score for health people give themselves, the higher the score for happiness. Well, it's not said and proven for nothing: those who are healthy, who feel good about themselves, really do feel better.
A tip for every episode
And we end every episode with a great tip for the office worker of my guests. I'll give you one now: if you don't feel like reading every Thursday morning, you can also wait until Thursday afternoon, when we'll put the vlog online. All you have to do is subscribe to my YouTube channel and you will be notified when the next video is online!
PS: Are you an athlete, coach, nutritionist, doctor, or other authority on health and would you like to collaborate? Let me know!