Having played soccer from an early age, all around the globe, I had always enjoyed a high level of fitness and athleticism. Having stepped away from playing competitively, I noticed a gradual decline in his strength and flexibility. My doctor’s assessment of “well, it’s just an inevitable result of aging,” didn’t wash and I decided to do something about it.
A fortuitous meeting with a local fitness instructor in Denver introduced me to old-school Russian kettlebells — at the time, not the omnipresent, mainstream fitness ‘accessory’ they were destined to become. In addition to the iron cannonballs with handles, an integral part of the class was something called Z-Health. This was both an eye opener and a game-changer, offering a unique, neuro-centric approach to health and fitness. It really helped me get back on the right track and is something that continues to be part of my daily routine.
Fast forward a dozen or so years, and despite being in my fifties, I enjoy a level of fitness and general health that would have delighted me well over a decade before. My mission is to help others say the same.