Most people think growing older and losing their edge is inevitable. But the truth is, the way in which you grow older is entirely malleable. Just because your chronological age is rising doesn’t mean your biological age has to as well.
It’s time for a new paradigm.
You can turn the clock back and stay at the top of your game at 40, 50, 60, and well beyond through precision performance longevity.
My guest is Julian Hayes II, an executive health consultant & epigenetic atelier, and the host of Optimal Health for Busy Entrepreneurs.
His journey began in his pursuit of becoming a doctor. However, he left school after one year to pursue a bigger dream. Now, he’s the founder of The Art of Fitness and Life. This bespoke concierge health & performance advisory firm helps entrepreneurs, and executives live longer, richer, and healthier lives. This is accomplished through leveraging their unique DNA, data-driven health metrics, personalized bio-specific programming, a “performance team,” and high-tech toys. On an organizational level, the firm helps companies elevate their bottom line through precision performance longevity.
Julian has also written nearly 200 columns at Inc, along with frequently being published over at Entrepreneur, SUCCESS, Chief Executive, CEO World, Business Insider, Bodybuilding.com, and many more of the world’s largest publications. He also is the author of the book Body Architect: A Real-World Guide to Ignite Your Fitness, Look Awesome Naked, Quiet the Inner Voices of Self-Doubt, & Design a Lifestyle on Your Own Terms.
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