Holistic health is actually an approach to life. Rather than focusing on illness or specific parts of the body, this ancient approach to health considers the whole person and how we interact with our environment. It emphasizes the connection of mind, body, and spirit.
Tony LaPrino helps you become an empowered version of yourself: A creator of whole health living.
In this episode, we chat about:
- How to rise back up when you’ve hit rock bottom
- Accepting what is & making the most of the present moment
- Powerful habits to turn adversity into opportunity
- How to set sustainable & fundamental goals and habits
- The art of conscious eating
- How to use visualization to help you make shifts & live a purposeful life
About Tony Le Prino
He specializes in helping men who lack focus, energy, and power, have lost their sense of who they are and feel broken and alone and want to get back to what it feels like to win again.
He spent the first part of his career as an entrepreneur in the health and wellness space as a personal trainer and health coach guiding people towards eating better, getting active and living a healthy lifestyle. Tony then transitioned out of the industry for a period to pursue coaching and other entrepreneurial experiences in leadership, sales, and financial services.
Tony then shifted his focus to work with men who want to reach optimal health and fitness and refuse to compromise with circumstances they don’t like.
He’s now proud to lead the most trailblazing online high-performance coaching platform “The Journey To Become Elite” for men. Tony is the head coach at OnAscent and host of the podcast, OnAscent Radio.
Loves: Being a dad of two daughters, husband, learner, a caring, compassionate, valued driven man, fitness lover, and creator of whole health living. He lives in the woods with his family in northern Maine.
You can follow his journey on Facebook, Instagram @tonylaprino.
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