The fitness expert said that he had already worked out that his body was more suited to power and strength training than endurance. The main revelation for Tim was his increased injury risk.
“This is something that I have denied in myself. I have had plenty of injuries. Knowing that [I have an increased risk] has really made me say this is 100% something I need to do, I need to warm up every time, and it needs to be a good warm up.”
I really believe that this can help kick a lot of us into gear and encourage you to take a good look at your environment and be honest as to whether it is helping you live to your full genetic potential… life’s too short not to!
Model and Foodie Natalie Roser shared her experience of eating a low fat Omega-3 rich diet.
“I’ve paired up my new eating plan with #mydnalife and I’m really enjoying it! I’m listening to my body better than ever before.”
The positive body image advocate Fiona Falkiner found out that power training and HIIT training should suit her best, based on her genetics.
“I love this type of training and can feel even better when I’m doing it now, knowing that is perfect for me.”