The Square Curve
Face it, adulting is hard. Between the stress of work, raising a family, or managing a household, the demands of the modern lifestyle leave little time to focus on health and wellness. By the age of 30, many US adults have already begun to experience the declining quality of life (QOL) associated with aging as a result of these demands on our time.
However, this decline, or "CURVE", is not inevitable. In fact, recently published scientific data has shown that cardiorespiratory fitness/CRF (i.e., the bodies ability to harness oxygen to perform work) and QOL are very closely linked.
The authors noted, “CRF is inversely associated with long-term mortality with no observed upper limit of benefit.”** In layman's terms, the higher your fitness (defined by oxygen consumption), the greater your quality of life.
Thus, deliberately training to improve CRF can delay, repair, and/or “SQUARE THE CURVE” of adulting, resulting in improved longevity, health, and well-being...or as we like to say, helping you live your #bestlife.