The biggest challenge writing about fitness is keeping away the fitness princesses, and no I am not talking about women. Once you write about fitness the comment section turns into gossip about who has bigger calves and how so-and-so has small triceps or looks bloated. Fitness attracts highly insecure men with big egos.
How can I write about a topic I enjoy without attracting the wrong audience?
Invite a neurosurgeon into the room.
Allow me to introduce you to Dr. Brett Osborn. Dr. Osborn is an NYU-trained Board-Certified Neurological Surgeon (ABNS) with a secondary certification in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine (A4M). He has also earned the CSCS honorarium from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). In addition to spending the last ten-plus post-residency years performing over 1,500 brain and spine operations, he has counseled an equal number of patients on the roles of sound nutrition and exercise in their quest for total body health. Dr. Osborn practices in Jupiter, FL.
How’s that for a resume?!
We are going to talk health and fitness from a mindset and anti-aging perspective. Yes, Dr. Osborn has an incredible physique. Yes, he has abs. But his approach to health and fitness is not based in vanity.
Dr. Osborn wants to live a long and healthy life, and he wants the same for his patients and for you.
A bonus interview with Dr. Osborn appears in Gorilla Mindset. I had to get him on board when I read his book Get Serious. Nearly every point I made (primarily about the link between the heart and mental and cognitive function) had been made in Get Serious. In Gorilla Mindset I recommended aspirin as a top supplement to take. In Get Serious, Dr. Osborn made the same recommendation. The overlap was startling.
Dr. Osborn will be discussing anti-aging strategies, cognitive performance, and other high-level subjects you won’t see covered elsewhere.
There are thousands of places to talk about the latest ab workout. This is an actual neurosurgeon and anti-aging doctor willing to take on questions.
Ask anything about anti-aging, nootropics, or anything dealing with the body-mind connection.
As questions come in, I’ll work with Dr. Osborn to get them answered comprehensively.
I also recommend you buy Get Serious (Amzn) which is the best book on the link between physical activity and overall health I’ve ever seen.
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