Depending on where you go, how you travel and how open minded you go through this world, travelling can be a soul & health booster in many ways. To be honest : what’s healing your soul, is often also healing your health, and I don’t mean by eating kilos of chocolate every day, but to have some chocolate every now and then, because it’s the balance that makes us healthy or unhealthy. Same goes for travelling. You can go to an All-Inclusive Hotel and feast by mindlessly eating and sipping on dozens of Piña Coladas while toasting yourself in the burning sun or you can go to a country, discover or explore it, get in touch with local people, eat local food, do awesome hikes while being in touch with nature. There are many ways to boost or destroy your health while going on a vacation.
Here are five quick tips how travelling can have a positive impact on your health :
Dairy is bad- you hear that all over the place, especially from the vegan community. But is that really true? As with everything in life, there is no right and wrong, it’s a question that can only be answered in context and that’s why I dislike people or articles especially in the fitness industry that put out bullshit just to either boost their marketing or simply are not able to put information into context. Or what I love most: they cherry-pick studies to support their biased belief. With this in background they go out and misinform people and make them buy their story.
Well, let me first tell you this: I’m not here to preach what you should or should not do. You are always the captain of your own ship, the master and commander, the general, the emperor or the king of the world. Yeah, just like Leo was screaming it loudly from the bow of the Titanic. Remember? Of course you do.
Michael is the founder of Coach Michael. Michael is a well-established and renowned longtime personal coach from Zurich / Uitikon (Communications FH/BSc) and specializes in executives, entrepreneurs and top managers and their health concerns. His specialization is based on a holistic approach, but includes in particular performance enhancement, psychology of success, muscle and strength building, fat loss and improved health.