Yesterday, we introduced you to the health and wellness entrepreneur Alex Fergus. Alex is back on today’s episode to share his insights on biohacking, making lifestyle changes, and the methods he uses in his coaching program to help clients around the world learn and understand the various aspects of getting healthy, staying in shape, and taking steps to improve your sleep, fitness level, and food choices.
“It calories or the number of times you go to the gym do not matter. What matters is the 23 hours outside of the gym. They will have more of an impact on your health and wellness.” – Alex Fergus
In This Episode, You Will Learn:
- What biohacking and lifestyle choices Alex incorporates into his daily life.
- His daily routine.
- Alex’s coaching business
- Why he strongly believes training very early in the morning isn’t necessary for good health.
- How his coaching course differs from other training programs.
- What he monitors with his coaching clients.
- What protocol does his course follow and what will you learn from it?
- What is on the horizon for Alex, both in business and in health?
Mentioned in This Episode:
Never settle. Never stop learning. Keep an open mind and make changes – try things out for yourself.
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