Jan 22, 2019
The more you immerse yourself in certain transformative activities, the easier it is for you to go from altered states to altered traits. Whether it's exercise, breathwork, plant medicine or traveling, they can really make you come alive, turn on your brain, and give you a whole new perspective on everything. - Ted Ryce
How can you get out of your "box life" to enter an altered state of mind, really come alive, and explore what you truly want in 2019?
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In Wellness Force Radio episode 255, Personal Trainer, Peak Performance Coach, Host of the Legendary Life Podcast, and 4-time guest, Ted Ryce, joins Josh Trent in Thailand to discuss the differences between being selfish and self-serving, how different states and tools from float tanks to plant medicine can help you achieve clarity.
Discover how you can grow on your own terms, find perspective, and live a legendary life by taking what resonates with you and leaving the rest behind.
Discover the 5 step process that Ted's busy clients over 40 are using to build a leaner, stronger, and healthier body 3x faster than traditional programs without boot camps, CrossFit, Pilates, going keto or quick fixes that don't work.
In This Masterclass, You're Going To Discover:
"It's hard to quantify emotions with scientific instruments and it's subjective but the most important thing you can do is to intuitively check-in with yourself and know that something is right." - Ted Ryce
Learn more about how to create and live a Legendary Life with Ted Ryce by taking part in either:
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With Ted, get ready to discover a revolutionary fat loss method you can use to burn fat, build muscle, and get the lean body of your dreams 3x faster than traditional methods.
Plus, learn why “cookie cutter” one-size-fits-all diet and exercise programs only lead to failure (and how you can customize a plan that’s tailor-made for your age, gender, and activity level).
"When we are truly being authentic, we are not seeking attention, likes, or status. You won't see a state change in others if you're being inauthentic. Being selfish is one thing, being self-serving is another." - Ted Ryce
"There's no need to quantify our emotions but for those who are searching for a way to do it, science can be something that leads them to a stage in life where they have more evidence showing the effectiveness of an emotional intelligence practice." - Ted Ryce
"We try to use the power of our minds as we look for transformation through a book or a podcast. Sometimes a personal transformation can happen but far too often, even if we find clarity in someone's message, it still won't be a big enough state change because everyday life will eventually pull us out of it. Rather than taking that approach, I intuitively sought out certain activities that changed my state and the more I did them, the better I felt and the more they changed me as a person." - Ted Ryce
“When we’re truly being authentic on social media, we’re not seeking attention, likes, or status; we’re sharing so that other people get something from it. If you check-in and feel like what you’re sharing is making a difference, you will also see a state change in other people. If you don’t, then maybe you shared it from an inauthentic place. Being selfish is one thing, being self-serving is another.” - Ted Ryce
"We all need to find what works for us and check-in internally rather than use research, randomized controlled studies, or a guru telling us what to do. We need to check in internally because only we have the answer and no one else. Everyone else is just a guide or giving some suggestions that could be good or bad but only you have the true answer." - Ted Ryce
Personal trainer, peak performance coach, and podcaster, Ted Ryce, has overcome a tremendous amount in his quest to live a legendary life.
Ryce has worked with Fortune 500 CEOs, busy professionals, and celebrities, including Richard Branson, Ricky Martin and Robert Downey Jr. He helps his clients develop and stick with high-performance habits that help them manage stress and adversity and lead more successful lives.
His philosophy is that being a high-performance person, one who chases and achieves their biggest goals isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity to survive and thrive in the modern world.