People come to me with everything from chronic pain to sports performance. If we want to see change in our body, we have to change our behaviours. In order to change our behaviours, we have to change our belief system. The hardest client to work with our firstly:

  1. Ourselves
  2. Spouse or partner
  3. Family
  4. Extended family
  5. Friends
  6. Acquaintance’s

After a frustrating 12 months of gyms, exercise facilities inside and outside activity being closed on and off. It has finally been acknowledged too late, the many benefits of exercise. Our values are hierarchy specific; we filter our perceptions. Our values will predict our destiny. They are fingerprint specific. We filter what’s valuable to us and procrastinate what is low in value away. Exercise and movement are essential for our telomeres too. The ancient Greeks called this end in the mind. 5 ways to encourage telomere lengthening and delay shortening.

  1. Maintain a healthy weight. Research has found obesity as an indicator of shorter telomeres. …
  2. Exercise regularly. …
  3. Manage chronic stress. …
  4. Eat a telomere-protective diet. …
  5. Incorporate supplements.

Levelling up Health, which was published last week and shows the pandemic has exposed huge health inequalities in society in the UK, with 90 per cent of those who’ve died with COVID-19 having significant prior poor health. “Shockingly, the report shows there would have been 40,000 fewer deaths in the UK to date if the national COVID mortality rate had been as low as the least deprived places in the UK and the health and fitness sector must do everything it can to help address these devastating health inequalities.” Huw, CEO of ukactive, said: “The reopening of gyms, pools and leisure facilities is vital for our nation’s physical and mental recovery after such a challenging year. “These places play such an important role in our nation’s social fabric and in supporting the NHS, providing an essential service for millions of people, across every community.”

Our schools, religions and governments are responsible for our basic education 

Our perception, decision and actions are always based on our belief system. Some of the questions I throw to my clients are:

1). What can you do now to make yourself feel and look how you want to?

2). Let’s focus on what we can do rather than what we cannot do…….

3) What are you doing that is preventing you form resolving this?

4) Fair enough, if you don’t want to change your diet and lifestyle , what are you willing to change?

People always tell me what wrong with life, job, business, relationship or body but very few are willing to make change. By making change, we put ourselves in a state of the unknown. It’s in the unknown that most growth occurs. Ask yourself when have you learnt the most in pain or pleasure?? I can only extend invitations through questions. Everyone wants to change but no one wants to change. If we do the same, we stay the same. We don’t need to be a cheerleader. We need a reality check to change our life. What we focus on is what we get in life. Our life is a reflection on the way we feel and a product of the way we handle our emotions. We have to have goals, mission targets and legacy to aim for. You’ve got to want to put in the time to see the results. No one will ever save us, there will always be an excuse or problem to hold us back. We all have the life we are willing to put up with. When you are no longer willing to put up with the situation that’s when things will change. Life should never be a comfort centric experience, but a growth centre of expansion. Everything else is your perception and imagination.

Repetition is the mother of all skill, get yourself booked in today and change your story.

Only your moves and thoughts will change your life…….Grab it and go…..


Paul Mort

‘The stress solution” – Dr.Chattergee