Naturopathy goals 2016

Naturopathy goals 2016

My Goals for 2016
Hello and good morning to all!  I hope you are all having a wonderful  many great things happened, as well as a few minor set-backs.  After such an amazing 2012 that included getting married to my wife as the best moment, I had a gut feeling that some challenges might present themselves in 2015.
On the positive end I saw my hip continue to heal, regain strength and mobility post-FAI surgery.  I am now squatting 225lbs for reps and maxed out at 265lbs on Thursday.  Unfortunately a nagging grade 1 hamstring tear refuses to heal despite not deadlifting or kettlebell swinging to any appreciable degree.Seeing a Calgary Naturopathic doctor regualry is tops on my list
Our families continue to grow stronger in connection through our marriage as my wife and I traveled to Florida where my sister’s and aunt’s families shared the holiday season at my mother’s house.
Goals for 2016
Graduate from Bastyr with a Residency or another position ready to go.Squat 315 lbs.  After said weight, I believe I will stop adding weight to the bar and focus on reps because with my hip the risk to benefit ratio gets greater and greater.Prepare more high quality foods at home so I am not left eating crap on the run.  Failing to prepare is not an excuse.  Many times over the past 6 months I was left eating just nuts for lunch.  While the healthy fats can sustain my body quite well, I am looking to thrive with my nutritional choices, not sustain.  To me being a Doctor is all about walking the walk, being congruent, and teaching my patients about a healthy lifestyle.  From my perspective, when I make a choice that is not in line with my health, it steals energy from my dream of helping others with their health.15 minutes of mindfulness meditation for 30 consecutive daysand help with my calgary weight loss program .  Re-evaluate when achieved.Write the book that is in my head and be in the process of getting it published with-in the next 18 months.Spend at least 1 week-end every month with my Grandparents.  My Grandfather is 91 and while I know he’s still vital, I have the opportunity to be spend more time with him now than at any other time in my life.Explore Washington with my wife.  We both love Hiking and I know her desire to explore our back woods has been growing stronger and stronger during 2013.  Anyone want to share their favorite WA hike?getting healthy with a great diets setup by my local Naturopath at acive back to health
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