Today is the age of Big Data. Imagine this situation. You’re at the gym and you just got off the treadmill to make your way to the elliptical. Per your trainer’s instructions, you spend five minutes on the elliptical, 7 burpees, and then 90 seconds of jump roping. You complete this process five times over. You may be wondering why you’re doing this and if it is at all effective. Well, if your trainer is a serious health professional, he is most likely utilizing Big Data to discover the most efficient and effective workout routines. The problem, however, lies in the fact that the vast majority of health programs and personal trainers don’t understand how to properly leverage the ample data that exists to their favor. With the recent technological advances in digital and wireless, it is incredibly easy to track all sorts of metrics in nearly any aspect of life.
The data revolution has first commenced in the 1990’s and was largely introduced to mainstream America with the release of the book Moneyball. This book authored by the legendary Michael Lewis investigates the strategy of the Billy-Beane led Oakland Athletics at the turn of millennium. Beane was on the forefront of this revolution where he examined the number behind the show rather than simply relying on his imperfect gut judgments. The results speak for themselves as the Oakland Athletics dominated the Major Leagues for several years with their contemporarily unconventional approach. Now, it is time to apply the Moneyball approach to the world of health. Just because you think something works is no longer enough. You now need the statistical evidence that backs up your gut feeling, and you will they often, but not always, align.
Companies such as FitBit, JawBone, Garmin and even the tech behemoth Apple have all begun to use the power of data to improve its users health. Additionally, the success of these wearable tech companies have been astounding as FitBit recently had their Initial Public Offering and their share price surging since. Their products are popular for a reason, simply because they work. They equip the customer with enough data to educate, inform, and motivate them to aggressively pursue a healthier lifestyle. These devices vary in function, but the majority of them do track calories burned, steps, distance traveled, and heart rate. Several link up to a high-tech scale that can measure and keep track of more health indicators such as weight and body fat percentage. Again, these are great tools because they are educating the consumer. The data is right in front of you and is unavoidable. If it is in your budget, we at BNXH091 highly recommend purchasing one these devices to better equip you with the necessary information to make the right choices.
The next step for these tech companies, if they do in fact want to change the way we treat our bodies every single day, is to collect, combine, and analyze the data they have tracked through their millions of users. Imagine, the billions of hours of specific and precise data they have at their hands. They can use this to determine how we function when we are trying to lose weight or when we are overworked or in any situation whatsoever. They could leverage the power of big data to help pinpoint what is the most effective way of losing weight if your are x pounds. Perhaps more importantly, they could utilize this data to help make us more satisfied and happier as human beings. Big data is incredibly powerful, and with power comes responsibility. Data can be easy to manipulate so we have to be sure that the findings are published on behalf of the customers and not the corporations.
Smoothies are a vital aspect of this program if they are, in fact, made in accordance with the BNXH091 official recipes. Not only are they filling and incredibly nutritional (they contain extraordinary high levels of protein and essential daily vitamins), they serve as a metaphor for the essence of Body Nutrition Xtreme Health 0-91 Days. This is so because it is a seamless and unobtrusive way to incorporate healthier decisions into your life. Furthermore, just as a smoothie is composed of a number of ingredients, our program is made up of a carefully calculated hodgepodge of health, nutrition, and philosophies. To add further to this sentiment, just as people enjoy all different types of smoothie flavors, you can more heavily feature one aspect of our program in your personal health regimen. For example, Jamie, a long-time disciple of our health philosophies, was lacking confidence and was overweight. He was constantly lethargic because diet and terrible attitude. But then, Jamie discovered our program and it changed his life. Although, there was a problem as Jamie hated long-distance running, a staple of the fitness chapters. However, just as you could add more kale or more mango to a smoothie, Jamie compensated for the lack of long-distance running with a particularly strict diet ironically featuring mango-kale smoothies. To supplement his strict diet, he also committed to doing 5 extra sets of Burpees a day. Jamie transformed his body, but more importantly his attitude.
Pauline from Moscow, Idaho has another great story that relates to the smoothie metaphor. When Pauline, unlike Jamie, joined the program, she was in fantastic shape, but she did not have enough to spend with friends and family. Fitness and nutrition were dominating her life leaving exhausted mentally and physically. Just like smoothies, BNXH091 takes a holistic approach to health, targeting all aspects of your body and your brain. The program does not over take over your life but is integrated within your life allowing you to spend time doing the things you truly enjoy. For Pauline, this meant spending more time with her children and in the garden cultivating homegrown tomatoes.
You may be wondering why we spent this post discussing comparing our program to a smoothie and explaining the power behind utilizing big data. Well, we at BNXH091 wanted to show you, the user, that our program is carefully thought out and is appropriate for a wide variety of people regardless of your current lifestyle, health, or income level.