Aimee Mullins was born without fibular bones. She had both of her legs amputated below the knee when she was an infant.
Meet “the cheetah woman” who fights concepts of normality at Olympic championships, on fashion-magazine covers and in the art world’s innermost circles.
Aimee learned to walk on prosthetic legs, then to run -- competing at national and international levels as a sprinter. Aimee set world records at the 1996 Paralympics in Atlanta. In Georgetown, where she double majored in history & diplomacy, Aimee became the first double amputee to compete in NCAA Division 1 track & field.
Mindset is a key and basic fundamental in most things in life.
There are resources available that can help you answer a potential lingering question: How to Believe in Yourself and other questions we ask of ourselves; not always out-loud but the proverbial inner dialog that can stifle or plague our own personal growth.
Here are some great profound videos from Ted Talks, Anthony Robbins, Gary Vaynerchuck, Aimee Mullins, Carol Dweck and others.
Some are inspiring, insightful, motivational, empowering, enlightening and all educational.
Are you doing some basics to stay in peak state? Do you know how to change your state at any given moment? Physical Health, Mental Health, Emotional Health; overall wellness mindset. Acidity, Alkalinity; Simple Water Hydration & Common Sense cures.
Many have heard of Tony "Anthony" Robbins and some have not. We have included a few of his videos for insight & reference some from his extensive seminars others from Ted Talks.
Dr. Oz TV episode from March of 2017 includes Tony Robbins working with the studio audience.
Many things go into a "Feel Great" Well-being; mindset physiology & physicality, along with nutritional needs.
Here is a few clues for state change & peak state for starters. What part of the earths surface is covered by water? What percentage of the human body is composed of water?
We have also included a great videos by Dan Buettner for his ongoing work on the Blue Zones. Dan Buettner and team study the world's "Blue Zones," communities whose elders live to record-setting ages.Dan shares 9 common diet and lifestyle habits that keep them these vibrant elders living well past age 100.
Sure we are all human. We have highs & lows as part of the natural emotional state. Kind of like the ebb & flow of the ocean tides; seasons of Mother Nature. Energy is in constantly in flux; through wind, water, air, and the forces typically naked to the eye.
We can still do our best to help our body to help us.