12. September 2015 · Comments Off on Can You Scratch Your Way To Health? · Categories: Uncategorized
Is This Scratch Health?

Is This Scratch Health?

Well, can you? Most people wouldn’t know how to respond to that question, because it really doesn’t make any sense. Until you check out Nicolas Roman’s Scratch Health website, at www.scratchhealth.com, that is. This guy seemed like a flake when I first got on the site, until I did some digging, and began learning more about him, and his ideas on health.

I definitely wouldn’t bring him around the people I work out with. I don’t think they would be able to deal with the approach he’s taking, but I think the message he has, and the people he wants to get that message out, makes a while lot of sense.

His whole approach is about gradually taking someone from couch potato to being able to perform some of the intense workouts that are available today. His thought is that programs like P90X, and Insanity, are too much for the average Joe or Jane; and I think he’s right in his assessment. The reason he claims that is because he has many people online complaining about how hard the program is, and the vast majority of people who buy the program, end up shelving it only a few weeks into the process.

I’ve seen it at the gym I work out at. I’ve seen people walk into the gym, and they have a look in their eye that screams, “Well, joining up seemed like a good idea at the time,” When they’re face-to-face with reality, they slink away, hoping no one noticed them. I think that can be the case for many programs people invest their time, energy, and money into. It seemed like a good idea at the time, until they realize that the exercises aren’t going to do themselves.

The Scratch Health name made absolutely no sense to me, even as I searched through the website. However, when I bought his book, (don’t ask me why) and started reading, I was intrigued pretty quickly. The first part of the name “SCRATCH” is an acronym. It stands for Systematic Consistent Results Achievable Through Correct Habits. I know, kinda lame, but still intriguing. Then I learned that the “HEALTH” part was an acrostic. It stands for Health, Energy, Air, Load Factor, Trophic Dynamics, and Herculean Power.

Now for me to go into all of these is definitely not going to happen, but after reading the book, I have to tell you – the guy made a whole lot of sense. I’m not sure which segment of the market he’s going after, but I think  he’s talking to anyone who basically lives a sedentary lifestyle; which is most of America.

If you get a chance, I suggest you stop by his site, and even buy the book. Not really for you, because we all know that people who read this blog are in the best shapes of their lives; but for our friends and family. Seriously, we need to give our family more opportunities to get themselves off the couch. The problem is when we ride them too much. Like the old saying goes, “you cannot be a prophet in your own land.” So rather than try to be, just let Nicolas, and his wacky title, make up the difference.

On another note, let’s talk about the folks over at Tooth Implant Pros; which is a networking group for dental service providers. This company is made up of marketers and dental implant specialists, who have teamed up to provide implant treatments in the cities they work out of.

The reason I took a huge left turn, and started mentioning these guys in this post is because they asked me to. Rather than buy ad space on the blog, they decided to buy ad space in the blog post. To be honest, I never had anyone ask me to write about their brand, or service, before, and I had no desire to – until I saw the check they offered. So here I am shucking and jiving for the man 🙂

They have several offices in New York City, and they are opening up a new one in Colorado Springs. You can visit them at www.toothimplantcoloradosprings.com, or call 719-299-3564 directly, to set up a time to speak with the head Pro in charge. If you are in the market for a dental implant, might as well go see the Tooth Implant Pros.