In this episode, Corbin and Dr. Armstrong discuss the five dimensions of wellness—what Dr. Armstrong refers to as “well-centered fitness.” The hosts discuss the importance of incorporating Spiritual, Physical, Intellectual, Emotional, and Social wellness in our daily lives.
“Fitness” refers to something that one improves over time and can be defined as a state of physical and mental well-being that allows an individual to perform daily activities with vigor and without undue fatigue. “Well-centered fitness” is discussed as a mindset and a continuous journey requiring regular physical activity, healthy lifestyle choices, and a positive mindset to achieve and maintain optimal health and wellness and to… age well.
In this episode, Dr. Armstrong refers to InSideOut Coaching by Joe Ehrmann. This is a book about “transformational” v. “transactional” coaching, but it is equally relevant for those of us who are “self-coaching” and seek to… age well.
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