I’ve written about the four dimensions of health in an earlier post.
The four dimensions, or things to explore for better health, are:
- Fitness Training
- Diet & Nutrition
- Tensegrity & Posture
- Mental Clarity
Each dimension has its own unique set of challenges:
- Fitness Training – Understanding physiology and how to use tension to induce physical change.
- Diet & Nutrition – Understanding the role of hormones in fat storage/burning and sensing the effect of food on the body.
- Tensegrity & Posture – Understanding how the tensegrity model applies to human bones and tissues and governs posture.
- Mental Clarity – Understanding how clutter collects in the mind and how to avoid it.
When these challenges are met with intelligence and responsibility, it is a simple task to achieve success in each.
Even when you succeed in all four dimensions, what happens next?
- In terms of the four dimensions of health, each needs constant care and work to maintain, they are not one-time achievements.
- In terms of living life in general? Nothing fundamental changes.
A solid definition of success:
- Success is the progressive realization of a worthy goal or ideal – Earl Nightingale
The four dimensions of health all play a role in a worthy ideal – that ideal being good health and fitness.
There are other worthy ideals to achieve. Yes, worthy is subjective, but we can assume that a worthy ideal is beneficial to oneself without harming others.
One can then imagine success in health, finance, societal, and so on – none of which offer a conclusion or fulfillment of life.
There is no answer of what exactly to do after all the success.
Hovhannes Mkhitaryan from The LA Trainer